Northern Ireland Summit

We are excited to announce our first Northern Ireland summit!

The summit is a day of gathering, connecting, inspiring and equipping Christians who are passionate about adoption and fostering.

It is an opportunity to bring along friends, family and leaders within the Church community who want to learn how to better support those welcoming vulnerable children into their homes.

Saturday 23 September 2017
10.00am-4.30pm (Registration from 9.15am)
Glenabbey Church, Ballycraigy Road, Newtownabbey, BT36 5ZZ
To register click here

The summit will be open to all, with a programme for children (P1-P7) and youth (years 8-10). There will also be a crèche area for under 4s full of activities. The crèche will be unsupervised but with a link to mainstage so parents/carers can be involved in the programme whilst looking after their young children.

Scroll through the menu on the left to see more information about the day.

We hope you can come and join with us – we look forward to meeting you and connecting together!

Here’s what some of our guests said about the summit in England last year:

I didn't expect to feel SO inspired!

Meeting other adoptive parents to talk and pray together was very special.

It was excellent and inclusive! Thank you! The chance to meet others at the same stage of the journey was great.

Thank you for support in what my future might look like.

The Sizers

Damion and Anya adopted in 2013. Their eldest two, Hope and Barney, describe what it was like welcoming a new little brother.

Phil and Helenor's Story

When Phil’s wife suggested to him that they should considering fostering, he was “due a midlife crisis”.

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