Claire McCollum introduces music and inspirational stories from across Ireland and joins a voyage bringing together teenagers from both sides of the border.
Claire McCollum is in Dungannon, County Tyrone, as she introduces music and inspirational stories of faith from across Ireland. She takes to the sea on a tall ship for a voyage designed to bring together teenagers from both sides of the border.
Sean Fletcher discovers more about the devastating Irish famine 170 years ago and how a small group of Quakers launched an enormous relief effort. And there's a special performance from Northern Irish singer-songwriter Nathan Jess.
- Be Thou My Vision from St Patrick's Church, Dungannon
- I, the Lord of Sea and Sky from St Patrick's Church, Dungannon
- No Limit To Your Love performed by Nathan Jess
- Hearts of the Fathers performed by Nathan Jess
- When I Survey The Wondrous Cross from St Patrick's Church, Dungannon
- Lift High The Name of Jesus performed by Keith and Kristyn Getty
- In Christ Alone from St Patrick's Church, Dungannon
On the 170th anniversary Sean Fletcher looks back at one of the worst European peacetime disasters; the Irish famine. Quaker Historian Rob Goodbody tells how the small Quaker community in Ireland offered their fellow countrymen and women a lifeline.
Claire McCollum meets youths from both sides of the Irish border who are working together to crew a tall ship. She discovers the determination of some of the young generation onboard to put the past behind them and cultivate a peaceful future.
Claire McCollum meets singer, songwriter and worship leader Nathan Jess and learns about what inspires his music and how his faith fuels his creativity.
From Faith to Fashion
Former fashion model Patience Bradley tells Claire McCollum about her colourful and glamorous life and how it lead her to faith.
|Executive Producer||Emyr Afan|
|Executive Producer||Cat Lewis|
|Series Producer||Matthew Napier|
|Production Company||Avanti Media|