Organization Description: 

The Corrymeela Centre on the N. Antrim coast seeks to be a place of welcome for all people, an open Christian community which is safe space for all. Annually over 7000 guests come to Corrymeela for day programs and residentials. Groups (youth, schools, family, community, other) are provided with planned programmes according to their needs and goals. Founded in 1965, Corrymeela has an international reputation for its work in peacemaking and reconciliation through the 30+ years of conflict in N. Ireland. It continues to build peace and break down barriers between people through its 6 main programme areas: family, community interface, youth, schools, faith & life, and international work.

44 028 2076 2626
Organizational Email:
44 028 2076 2770
5 Drumaroan Rd
Ballycastle, BT54 6QU
Mission Statement: 

The Corrymeela Community is a Christian community of reconciliation drawn from many traditions who, individually and together, are committed to reconciliation throught the healing of social, religious and political divisions that exist in Northern Ireland and throughout the world.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

We are a community of Christians drawn from many traditions who AFFIRM our faith in the reconciling power of God in Jesus Christ; CONFESS our own responsibility for the destructive conflicts in our society; BELIEVE that we have been called to seek a deeper understanding of our faith; SURRENDER ourselves to the spirit of Jesus to overcome our divisions and make ourselves instruments of his peace; COMMIT ourselves to work for a society whose priorities are justice, mutual respect, the participation of all, concern for the vulnerable and the stranger, stewardship of resources, and care for Creation; AGREE to pray regularly for each other, to join in the worship of the community, to give time to the life and work of the community, to care for and support each other, to live out our commitment in our daily lives, to give, according to our ability, to the funds of the community; and WISH, through the power of the Spirit, to walk the way of the Gospel together.

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