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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
18.12.2014 Christmas Message from Archbishop Michael Jackson
At Christmas we pray for peace as we herald the coming ...
18.12.2014 Amended Bank Transfer Details for Prepare A Place Advent Appeal
It has come to the attention of the organisers of the ...
17.12.2014 Black Santa Charity Sit Out Underway at St Ann’s, Dublin
Dublin’s Black Santa Appeal was launched at St Ann’s Church, Dawson ...
16.12.2014 Prepare A Place Appeal – Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza Meets Community Needs
Dublin and Glendalough’s ‘Prepare a Place’ emergency Advent Appeal to raise ...
15.12.2014 Civic Carol Service Takes Place in St Ann’s
Dublin’s Civic Carol Service of Nine Lessons and Carols took place ...
Recent Photos
Emma Galloway received her certificate for successfully completing 3rd year of the Archbishop of Dublin’s Certificate in Church Music from Archdeacon Ricky Rountree, chairman of Church Music Dublin, at Evensong in Christ Church Cathedral. Stephanie Maxwell was presented with a certificate for the successful completion of the 2nd year of the Archbishop of Dublin’s Certificate in Church Music by Archdeacon Ricky Rountree, chairman of Church Music Dublin, at Evensong in Christ Church Cathedral. Members of Dublin Korean Church in Wesley House, Leeson Park, during Dublin Council of Churches’ Walk of Light. Dublin Council of Churches’ Walk of Light outside St Bartholomew’s Church on Clyde Road. The Revd Andrew McCroskery lighting a candle in St Bartholomew’s Church, Clyde Road, during the 2014 Dublin Council of Churches Walk of Light. Uta Raab of Dublin Council of Churches (centre) with Major Gillian Dicker and Major Stuart Dicker. The Dublin Council of Churches’ Walk of Light setting out from St Mary’s Haddington Road. Matthew Breen was presented with his certificate for successfully completing 3rd year of the Archbishop of Dublin’s Certificate in Church Music by Archdeacon Ricky Rountree, chairman of Church Music Dublin, at Evensong in Christ Church Cathedral. Ian Keatley directs the cathedral and parish choirs during Evensong in Christ Church Cathedral on the Feast of Christ the King. The Revd Nicola Halford, the Revd Gillian Wharton and the Revd Dr Maurice Elliott at the launch of the latest volume in the Braemor Studies Series. The Very Revd Kenny Hall, Dean of Clogher; the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin; the Revd Rob Clements, author; Symon Hill, who launched the booklet; the Revd Paddy McGlinchey, Lecturer in Missiology at CITI, the Right Revd John McDowell, Bishop of Clogher; and Dr Susan Hood, Church of Ireland Publications Officer at the launch of the latest volume in the Braemor Studies Series. Clergy who attended the Service of Thanksgiving and Rededication of St Doulagh’s with the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Mags Murray. The Revd Andrew Studdert Kennedy, whose great grandfather, the Revd William Studdert Kennedy was perpetual curate of St Doulagh’s at the time of the rebuilding work 150 years ago. Archbishop Michael Jackson, the Revd Norman Gamble and the Revd Andrew Studdert Kennedy at the plaque marking the building of the Victorian aisle of St Doulagh’s Church. The congregation in St Doulagh’s Church for the service marking the 150th anniversary of the rebuilding work. Fred Deane and Jim Kieran putting the cross carved by young people involved with Solas Project up in St Ann’s parish hall. Clodagh O’Reilly and Kirstin Limmer of Solas Project with St Ann’s Vicar, Canon David Gillespie and parishioner, Joan Wadsworth with the cross carved by young people who attend The Yard social enterprise which has been presented to St Ann’s. Susan Hemmens and Dr Kerry Houston at the launch of the 2014 edition of Irish Archives.

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