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Click here for the latest Intro to Inspire leaflet:  Introduction to Inspire Leaflet

Click here for the latest training flyer:  Training in Ireland 2016-17

Click here for details of our teaching retreats in Mitchelstown.

Inspire Learning Communities in 2016-17

Training for this year will be largely delivered in the form of learning communities.

Click here for details about how learning communities work.

See below for more details about the locations of our learning communities, and the training on offer.

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Details of Training in Ireland 2016-17

Click here for details of the exploring discipleship communities.

Click here for details of the missional community training.

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Inspire Missioners in Ireland

We have a number of Missioners in Ireland who may be able to help you Introduce Inspire in your local church and connect you with the training.

Click here for details of all our Irish Missioners, what they have to say about Inspire, and how to be in contact with them.

Giving to Inspire

We are working in partnership with the Methodist Church in Ireland, through the Home Mission Department, to bring encouragement, resources and training for discipleship in both the North and South. The financial commitment of the Home Mission Department means that we are able to offer Inspire training in Ireland at no direct cost to you. However, Inspire is a self-supporting not-for-profit movement relying entirely upon donations, and the financial commitment of our participants and partner organisations. Please prayerfully consider sowing financially into Inspire with a regular gift or a donation.

Click here for details of how to give to Inspire.

Introducing Inspire


“I feel more confident in who I am as a Christian but also as a leader in Christian ministry.”

“Thanks so much for the teaching sessions this year. I found them inspirational and I love the discussion format – it really engages those present, and we learn so much more than listening to a talk. It is one of the few places that ministers get “fed” and so is very valuable to us”

“No matter how tired I have been going to these sessions I have always come away spiritually encouraged, refreshed and enthused to continue on in God’s mission wherever I am.”

“Using this format (fellowship band), and the ideas from Inspire has been the most formative and indeed inspiring ‘thing’ for want of a better word, that I have been part of for years.”


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