Video - Churches unite to bring Gospel to every home in City of Culture

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The leaders of Derry’s four main churches have come together to announce details of a joint initiative that will see the Gospel of St Luke delivered to every home in the city.

The initiative - coinciding with the Derry’s City of Culture year - will be officially launched in Foyleside next Monday (January 21).

Leaders of the 4 main churches pictured at a pre launch for the Gospel of St Luke, which will be launched at Foyleside Shopping Centre on Monday and delivered to every home in Derry during the City of Culture year. Included, are Rev Dr Robert Buick, Rev Ken Food Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, Monsignor Eamon Martin, and Rev Peter Murray. (1701Sl10)

Leaders of the 4 main churches pictured at a pre launch for the Gospel of St Luke, which will be launched at Foyleside Shopping Centre on Monday and delivered to every home in Derry during the City of Culture year. Included, are Rev Dr Robert Buick, Rev Ken Food Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, Monsignor Eamon Martin, and Rev Peter Murray. (1701Sl10)

Bishop Ken Good (Church of Ireland Bishop of Derry and Raphoe), Monsignor Eamon Martin (Catholic Diocesan Administrator for Derry diocese), Rev Robert Buick (from the local Presbytery) and Rev Peter Murray (leader of the Methodist Church in the district) today briefed the press on the joint initiative.

Watch our video to learn more.