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Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Schools ServiceAnnual New Law Term Service at St Michan’sDedication and Opening of St Saviour’s Parish HallChrist Church Cathedral Choir Visit St Maelruain’sArchbishop of Canterbury Visits St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Welcome to the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough (Church of Ireland)


You are very welcome to the webpages of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough, part of the Church of Ireland (an Anglican/Episcopal Church and a member of the Anglican and Porvoo Communions).

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.

Latest News
24.10.2014 Exciting Developments in Dublin and Glendalough Highlighted at Synods
Throughout this year’s Diocesan Synods members heard of interesting and innovative ...
24.10.2014 Healing Ministry Should be at the Centre of Church Life – Synods Hear
The curious case of the missing ministry was highlighted by the ...
24.10.2014 Social Action Committee Wants to Highlight Parish Work
The Dublin and Glendalough Committee for Social Action issued an appeal ...
24.10.2014 Council for Mission Considers Mission Sunday for Dioceses
The Dublin and Glendalough Council for Mission reviewed a busy year ...
24.10.2014 Diocesan Board of Education Welcomes New Minister but Urges Action on Teacher Morale
The appointment of Deputy Jan O’Sullivan as Minister for Education and ...
Recent Photos
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. Jimmy Woolmington is presented with a gift for overseeing the construction of St Saviour’s parish hall. Organist John Keogh cutting the ribbon at St Saviour’s Parish Hall, Arklow, while Archbishop Michael Jackson and the Rector, Canon Nigel Sherwood look on. Archbishop Justin Welby, Dr Jason McElligott, Archbishop Michael Jackson and Caroline Welby examining a book which was pierced by a bullet in the 1916 Rising in Archbishop Marsh’s Library during the Dublin leg of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit to the Church of Ireland. The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral with Rector of Tallaght, Canon William Deverell (far right), the Revd Robert Kingstown and the Revd Avril Bennett outside St Maelruain’s Church. This was just the second time the choir had left the cathedral to sing in one of the parishes of the dioceses. The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral in action in St Maelruain’s in Tallaght were they sang evensong for the parish Harvest Festival. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Jusin Welby; the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson and the Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, the Very Revd Dermot Dunne in the Deanery of St Patrick’s Cathedral. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Justin Welby  and Deputy Keeper of Marsh’s Library, Sue Hemmens, in Marsh’s Library. Dr Jason McElligott, Archbishop Justin Welby, Caroline Welby, and Archbishop Michael Jackson  in Archbishop Marsh’s Library during the Dublin leg of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit to the Church of Ireland.

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