Feature - LENTFEST

Lentfest is a community festival run by AGAP since 2007, to encourage reflection on faith ideas through the creative and performing arts during a season of renewal and reparation. It has attracted the support and participation of people from a variety of faith backgrounds, including those of no particular denomination...so wherever you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here!

Lentfest takes place during the liturgical season of Lent, which precedes Easter. Events take place across the geographical area which is served by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow. This area is divided into nine deaneries which, in addition to central Glasgow, include areas such as Cumbernauld in the East, Clydebank in the West, and Castlemilk in the South. Usually, these events take place in property owned by the Archdiocese (halls and churches) but there are sometimes events in secular venues too and in buildings owned by other religious denominations. Events usually take place at community level to ensure accessibility and affordability.

The programme has now been confirmed for LENTFEST 2017. Click here for full details and ticket information.