Regular contributors

Pat Fitzgerald was born and raised in Dublin with his three brothers. He came to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ in 1992.  He studied Theology & Biblical studies in Continental Theological Seminary, Brussels. In 1999 he married Siân Ware, the daughter of an Apostolic Pastor, David Ware.  Together they have three daughters, live in Dublin and oversee the Peoples Churches, Ireland.
Pat & Siân have a deep sense of the call of God on their lives for the Nation of Ireland. They carry a vision to see churches planted, lives touched and communities impacted across the country.
They have ministered in Dublin for over 17 years and also established The David Ware Trust in India almost 5 years ago, following an eleven year ongoing ministry that has touched many lives in India

You can listen to Pat Fitzgerald on UCB Ireland each weekday in the mid-morning show.

John and Joanna Ahern are the Pastors of All Nations Church in Smithfield, Dublin. They have been happily married since 1999 and have 5 children - 3 boys and 2 girls who keep them busy! They have been involved in a variety of different ministries over the years, even before they were married: youth pastoring, evangelism, worship, children & teens.

All Nations Church started in Smithfield Square, Dublin 7 in October 2007 after several years of prayer and preparation. We love what we do, our heart is for people to see them grow in their relationship with God and in turn to reach out to others. We are a young, vibrant church and have people attending from over 40 different nations.

You can listen to John Ahern weekdays with Re:Discover Life and on Sundays for Recharge


Jean Watson is not a rock star. She is a worship leader. Or a contemporary psalmist. Or whatever label you want to wrap around a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who crafts ethereal, soul-capturing contemporary hymns that can inhabit the playlist of a world music radio station as easily as a Sunday morning worship service

 “Galatians 2:20. That’s what I’m learning,” the soft-spoken Watson explains. “I am crucified with Christ. The ministry begins the moment my eyes open in the morning. Ministry is not just when I’m on stage or in the recording studio. Ministry happens on buses, on trains, on street corners. It’s 24-7. It’s about being available to be used whenever the Lord decides the time is right. It’s about learning to live a lifestyle of worship.”

Join Jean weekdays on UCB Ireland Radio

Berni Dymet shares - Well, here’s the thing. I came to faith in Jesus later in life – age 36. It was a terribly difficult time. A dark time. And somewhere in that place, Jesus came to find me. Me! I still can’t believe it. I knew not long after I gave my life to Christ, that I couldn’t just sit there. I had to tell people. This isn’t just good news – it’s stunningly fantastic news – that the world needs to hear.

That’s why I became involved in the ministry of christianityworks. Well … it’s not so much a ministry as a movement. A bunch of friends who believe that by telling people about Jesus, by sharing the good news of Jesus with millions of people around the world – in a way that speaks into the realities of life, in a way that helps people discover how it is that Christianity actually works – we’ll see God changing their lives.In fact your life and through you, many other lives.

Listen to Berni's 'A Different Perspective' weekdays and his Christianityworks at weekends