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Adullam Christian Ministries

Registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC105258



Adullam Christian Ministries was established to benefit local and neighbouring communities to bring people together, help develop shared futures, build capacity and alleviate various measures of disadvantage and deprivation and bring reconciliation between divided communities.  This Charity carries out various work within the community including cross-community conferences for men and women, cross-community day trips and weekends away for single mums and their children and other projects related to working with those in need within our Communities.  Furthermore Adullam Christian Ministries operate a ‘Listening Clinic’ helping people with a wide range of problems and issues affectin their lives (please see listening clinic tab on this web site for further information).   Adullam Christian Ministries is a Registered Charity with HM Revenue & Customs and we are registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
In 2016 we had our 6th cross-community You’re Beautiful Conference in the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Belfast.  Please see a short video review below of this event:

Planned Future Events:

We plan to carry out various projects during 2016/2017 subject to funding, including:
–  Our next You’re Beautiful Cross-Community (date to be arranged) @ Ramada Plaza Hotel, Belfast, up to 600 delegates/volunteers
–  Two You’re Beautiful Weekend away for children and their mums 2016/2017
–  Our First Men’s Empowerment Cross-Community Conference in November 2016


Volunteer Opportunities:

Adullam Christian Ministries would not be able to do this work without the much appreciated help from many church volunteers, who come together from a wide variety of denominations.   If you are interested in helping with this work,  please e-mail us on our contact page above.


Aims & Objectives of Group

Adullam Christian Ministries are currently in the process of becoming a Charity Registered with the Charities Commission and our main aims and objectives are as follows:

(a)        To promote the participation of all people in good relations initiatives, in Ireland particularly Northern Ireland (North of Ireland), by
             providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for the development of positive relationships and meaningful dialogue, within
 (b)       To provide and assist in providing facilities for dialogue, interaction and engagement for those who have need for such facilities by
              reason of their age, sex, poverty or social or economic circumstances or other disadvantage or in the interests of social welfare and with
              the object of improving their conditions of life.
 (c)        To advance community development by promoting co-operation and joint activities between people in Northern Ireland/North of
              Ireland and from all sections of the community.
 (d)       To engage in and to co-operate with all organizations involved in cross-community work and inter-face community work in Northern
              Ireland/North of Ireland.
  (e)       To develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community in Northern Ireland in such
              a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society.
(f)        To advance in life and help people through:
              –      The provision of recreational and leisure time activities (including holidays) provided in the interest of social welfare, for people
                      living in the area of Northern Ireland, communities who have need by reasons of their youth, age, infirmity or disability, poverty or
                      social and economic circumstances with a view to improving the conditions of life of such persons;
                –    Providing support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as
                      mature and responsible individuals;
(g)       To provide relief of financial hardship among people living or working in Northern Ireland by providing such persons with goods/services 
             which they could not otherwise afford through lack of means.
(h)       To prevent or relief of poverty in Northern Ireland by providing: grants, items and services to individuals in need and/or charities, or other
             organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.         
 (i)        To provide or pay for items, services and facilities to ease the suffering or assist the recovery of people who are sick, convalescent,
             disabled or infirm.
(j)        To set up and administer a series of centres throughout Ireland providing pastoral care, counselling and practical help to all persons in
            difficulties and in need, regardless of race, religion or gender.
(j)        To work towards promoting and establishing rehabilitation centres for persons with drug and alcohol dependency throughout Northern
(k)       To promote such other charitable purposes as may from time to time be determined.
(l)        To meet the above objects within the remit of Christian principals, bringing love, kindness and assistance to the most poor, needy and disadvantaged within our Society, helping to bring about reconciliation between divided communities  and provide services to those in need through the ‘Love of Christ’.


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