Jesuit priest working in earthquake-ravaged Syria appeals for support

February 19, 2024

“Syria has been forgotten. It is like Gaza without the headlines”

In an interview with The Tablet, Fr Tony O'Riordan SJ, a Jesuit priest working for the Jesuit Refugee Service in Syria, explains just how forgotten the people of Syria are following a decade of civil war and a devastating earthquake last year which killed more than 50,000 people and injured 100,000 others. JRS funding for those being helped on the ground is due to run out in May this year. To read the interview (which is free to read), please click here.

The Young Adults Christmas Choir sing their hearts out at Farm Street Church!

December 22, 2023

In this blog, Ian Peres Da Costa gives his take on the Young Adult Ministries choir

The Tim Hetherington Film Club at Farm Street returns!

September 10, 2021

The film club returns with a screening of 'Inigo - the Knight Who Fell to his Knees'.

Mary Bailey is presented with the Campion Medal

June 4, 2022

Some people want to make the square mile around them better

The Ignatian Year - what is it and how can you get involved?

October 1, 2021

Check out our new webpage dedicated to Ignatian Year events.