iConnect | ASC International Students

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All Saints Church offers international students a warm welcome into the homes and lives of locals – a great way to experience local hospitality and build friendships!

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iConnect: Social Events (Sundays 5:00pm-7:15pm) 

Meet locals, visit families, make friends and enjoy delicious food. We organise a regular programme of open homes, hospitality and other social events. Starts with Open Home, hosted by a family from our Church on 2nd October, for further events see our facebook page for more information.
We meet at 5pm outside Queens McClay Library (we will be wearing iConnect t-shirts).

To help us arrange food and transport please sign up on: www.facebook.com/iConnectBelfast or email: iconnectbelfast@yahoo.com


iConnect: International Student Fellowship 

On Wednesday evenings during term time (from 28th September), we meet together from 7:00pm-9:00pm for dinner and Bible study. Everyone is very welcome, whether you have never studied the Bible before or you are already a Christian, please come and join us.

We have a beginners group for those who are new to looking at the Bible who will be exploring what Christianity is about, we have a group for Christians too.

Meet us at 6:45pm outside Queens McClay Library (we will be wearing iConnect t-shirts) or at 7:00pm at All Saints Church Halls (entrance Canterbury Street, off University Street). We will make sure you get back safely to your accommodation. Email us for more information:
iconnectbelfast@yahoo.com


This Terms Dates 

2nd Oct: Open Home (5pm-7.15pm)

16th Oct: Open Home (5pm-7.15pm)

30th Oct: Open Home (5pm-7.15pm)

11-13th Nov: Weekend away – North Coast (ask team for more details)

27th Nov: Open Home (5pm-7.15pm)

11th Dec: Open Home Carol Service (5pm-8.30pm)


iConnect is organised by volunteers from All Saints Church, Belfast in partnership with Friends International. Internationals students are always welcome to join us at our Sunday services (11am and 7pm). We are located on the junction of University Street and Canterbury Street.

“Great opportunity to make friends and learn about Christianity. The people are always very welcoming and willing to share their stories… plus we get fed delicious food.”
– Ted from Malaysia

“Unforgettable hospitality from local homes. It is valuable, worthy for you to try.”
– Kate from China

“I am so grateful for the cultural experiences I gained and the lovely people that I met”
– Kelsa from America