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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
29.06.2016 A Peal for the Somme – An Irish Remembrance of All Who Fell at the Somme
Cathedrals, churches and communities across the Island of Ireland are being ...
28.06.2016 Summer Family Workshops at St Patrick’s Cathedral
Following up on the recent success of St Patrick’s Cathedral’s Easter ...
27.06.2016 Archdeacon Celebrates 40 Years of Ordained Ministry
The Archdeacon of Glendalough, the Ven Ricky Rountree, was celebrating a ...
27.06.2016 Christ Church Cathedral Says Goodbye to Garth
The Christ Church Cathedral community bade a fond farewell to the ...
24.06.2016 Statement by the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin Following UK Referendum on EU Membership
The Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, has ...
Recent Photos
The Revd Neal O’Raw and his wife Siobhán with two of their sons and partners at his institution as Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. Clergy and church wardens in Donoughmore Church for the insitution of the Revd Neal O’Raw as the new Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. Archbishop Michael Jackson congratulates the Revd Neal O’Raw following his institution as the new Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. John and Mona Barrett, Hazel Barrett and Sylvia Wheatley, all from Dunlavin, at the institution of the Revd Neal O’Raw as Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. Florence Staunton, Hilda Plant, Betty Eagar, Jean Mackey and the Revd Ruth O’Kelly in Donoughmore for the institution of the Revd Neal O’Raw as the new Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. Avril Gillatt, Fr Willie Walsh of the Kiltegan Fathers and Violet Hanbidge at the institution of the Revd Neal O’Raw as Rector of Donoughmore and Donard with Dunlavin. Archbishop Michael Jackson and Archbishop Suheil Dawani in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem, at the signing of the Epiphany agreement between the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and the Diocese of Jerusalem. The agreement cements the link and growing friendship between both dioceses and was signed on Sunday January 10 during a visit by a delegation from Dublin and Glendalough to Jerusalem. (Photo: Linda Chambers) Coffee after church – Mr and Mrs Kopty with Jan de Bruijn in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. Honey Becker, Guesthouse manager, with Linda Chambers in Jerusalem. (Photo: Jan de Bruijn) Archbishop Michael Jackson, Canon Hatem and Mrs Elizabeth Shehadeh outside Akko Church which is being restored having been closed since 1948. (Photo: Linda Chambers) The Revd Ken Rue escapes a wave at Akko during the visit of a delegation from Dublin and Glendalough to the Diocese of Jerusalem. (Photo: Linda Chambers) Clergy, including the Revd Ken Rue (Wicklow and Killiskey) and the Archbishop of Dublin, gather in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem, after the service on the Feast of the Epiphany. (Photo: The Diocese of Jerusalem) Archbishop Michael Jackson of Dublin and Archbishop Suheil Dawani of Jerusalem celebrate Epiphany in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. (Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Jerusalem) The Revd Ken Rue at Damascus Gate during the visit of a delegation from Dublin and Glendalough to the Diocese of Jerusalem. (Photo: Linda Chambers) Archbishop Michael Jackson with Mr and Mrs Kopty, members of the congregation of St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. (Photo: Linda Chambers) Clergy from Dublin and Glendalough and Jerusalem following the service on the Feast of the Epiphany in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. (Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Jerusalem) The Archbishop of Jerusalem, the Most Revd Suheil Dawani and the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson in St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem, on the Feast of the Epiphany. (Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Jerusalem) Archbishop Suheil Dawani and the Revd Ken Rue – a Celtic Cross is presented to the Archbishop of Jerusalem during the visit of a delegation from Dublin and Glendalough to the diocese.

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