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Kill O’ the Grange Celebrates 150th AnniversaryCommissioning of Prayer Ministers at Ministry of Healing ServiceDublin and Glendalough Diocesan Schools ServiceAnnual New Law Term Service at St Michan’sDedication and Opening of St Saviour’s Parish Hall

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In these historic dioceses we, along with our friends in other Christian churches, continue a living tradition of Christian worship which dates from the earliest years of Christianity on the Island of Ireland.

These pages are kept regularly up to date so please come back often and catch up on the news, information about upcoming events and photos taken from events in the life of these dioceses.

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24.11.2014 Parish Choirs Sing Evensong in Christ Church
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Recent Photos
Rosemary Knight, Archbishop Michael Jackson and Catherine McGuinness cut the cake marking the 150th anniversary of Kill O’ the Grange parish church. Simon Scott and Susan and Padraig O’Toole enjoying the celebrations of Kill O’ the Grange parish church’s 150th anniversary. Church warden Aideen La Combre, Rector the Revd Arthur Young, former Rector Canon Billy Gibbons, Archbishop Michael Jackson and church warden George La Combre outside Kill O’ the Grange Church before their parish’s 150th anniversary service. 0016 – Newly commissioned Prayer Ministers Audrey Hamilton (Howth), Cynthia Lang and June Gleeson (Celbridge Straffan With Newcastle Lyons), Gillian Keogh and Jean Salter (Killiney–Ballybrack), Lindsey Ryan (Rathdrum), Trilly Keatinge (Taney) and David Caird (Malahide) in St Patrick’s Church, Powerscourt. They are pictured with Archbishop Michael Jackson, the Revd Bruce Hayes, the Revd Terry Lilburn, the Revd William Olhausen and Archdeacon Ricky Rountree. The Revd Darren McCallig, Dean of Residence TCD; Adrian Clements, RCB Secretary General; Canon Ginnie Kennerley, SEARCH editor; Canon John Bartlett, Chairman of SEARCH’s editorial committee at the redesigned SEARCH journal and website in the TCD Gallery Chapel. The Revd Stephen Farrell, Dr Margaret Daly–Denton and Canon Adrian Empey attended the launch of the newly redesigned SEARCH journal and website in the TCD Gallery Chapel. The Revd Adrienne Galligan, David McConnell and the Revd Terry Lilburn in the TCD Gallery Chapel for the launch of the redesigned SEARCH journal and website. Jenny McCrohan, Christopher Heaney, Anna Rose, Marie Heaney, Archdeacon Ricky Rountree, the Revd Ken Rue and Fr Eamonn Crosson at the dedication of a plaque in memory of Seamus Heaney in Nun’s Cross Church, Killiskey. Dr Ken Fennelly, Secretary to the Board of Education (RI); Dr Anne Lodge, Principal of the Church of Ireland College of Education; Sean McMahon, President of INTO; the Revd Nigel Mackey, Chaplain at Wesley College; the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson; Brendan Doody of the Department of Education and Skills; and the Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, the Very Revd Dermot Dunne following the Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Schools Service in Christ Church Cathedral. The Revd Nigel Mackey and four volunteers engaged in a trust exercise during the Diocesan Schools Service in Christ Church Cathedral. Pupils from Powerscourt NS, St Catherine’s NS on Donore Ave and Whitechurch NS drumming during the Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Schools Service. The Revd Niall Sloane and some of the pupils who contributed to the Diocesan Schools Service in Christ Church Cathedral. Archbishop Michael Jackson and Chief Justice Susan Denham outside St Michan’s Church following the annual New Law Term Service. Archdeacon David Pierpoint and Chief Justice Susan Denham following the New Law Term Service in St Michan’s Church, Dublin. Archdeacon David Pierpoint, Archbishop Michael Jackson, Chief Justice Susan Denham, Mr Justice Michael Moriarty, the Revd Alan Rufli and Dean Dermot Dunne with the choir of The King’s Hospital following the annual New Law Term Service in St Michan’s Church, Dublin. John Keogh and Annie Keegan cut a special cake baked in honour of the opening and dedication of St Saviour’s Parish Hall in Arklow. Clergy and special guests at the opening of St Saviour’s Parish Hall in Arklow. Organist John Keogh is presented with a gift in honour of his 50 years of service playing music in St Saviour’s, Arklow.

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