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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
18.09.2014 The Reformation and its Continuing Influence – Free Public Lecture
A public lecture focusing on the legacy of the Reformation takes ...
17.09.2014 Feed the Minds Charity Visits Ireland as Part of 50th Anniversary Celebrations
This year is an exciting one for Feed the Minds as ...
16.09.2014 Powerscourt Parishioner’s Ploughing Prowess Celebrated
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Irishman to ...
16.09.2014 Vacancy – Diocese of Glendalough – The Grouped Parishes of Donoughmore & Donard with Dunlavin
Incumbency – Diocese of Glendalough – The Grouped Parishes of Donoughmore ...
16.09.2014 Vacancy – Diocese of Glendalough – The Grouped Parishes of Celbridge and Straffan with Newcastle–Lyons
Incumbency – Diocese of Glendalough – The Grouped Parishes of Celbridge ...
Recent Photos
Stanley Faulkner and Douglas Groves peruse the exhibits at Kill O’ the Grange History Week. Former Rector of Kill O’ the Grange, Canon Billy Gibbons and his wife, Isobel, at the launch of the parish’s history week. Jean and Brian Kinch at the launch of the Kill O’ the Grange History Week. Pictured at the launch of Kill O’ the Grange History Week are Sandy Feenan, Mary Williams, the Revd Arthur Young, Patricia Pearson, Mrs Justice Catherine McGuinness, Kate Paterson, Peter Rooke and Beryl Stone. Retired clergy joined clergy of two East Glendalough Rural Deaneries for breakfast this morning in the Bel Air Hotel in Ashford. Apart from food and fellowship they also heard interesting speakers. Students bring items representing school life to the altar during the service of dedication of Temple Carrig School. Some of the first years of Temple Carrig School pictured following the service of dedication in St Patrick’s Church, Greystones. Some of the first years of Temple Carrig School pictured following the service of dedication in St Patrick’s Church, Greystones. The Revd David Mungavin, Rector of St Patrick’s, Greystones; the Revd Nigel Waugh, Rector of Christ Church Delagany; Archbishop Michael Jackson; Archdeacon Ricky Rountree, Rector of Powerscourt and Kilbride; and the Revd Baden Stanley, Rector of Christ Church Bray, following the service of dedication of Temple Carrig School. The Principal, Alan Cox (far left) and teachers of Temple Carrig School with Archbishop Michael Jackson (centre) following the Service of Dedication of the School. First year students of Temple Carrig School in St Patrick’s Church, Greystones, for the Service of Dedication of the new secondary school. Irene and Jim Griffin in the RDA Hall  following the service of institution for the Revd Brian O’Reilly as the new rector Rathdrum and Derralossary with Glenealy. Susan Heaney and Mairead Wynne at the reception following following the institution of the Revd Brian O’Reilly as the Rector of Rathdrum and Derralossary with Glenealy. Valerie McCoy and Hugh McLindon joined the celebrations for the arrival of the new rector of Rathdrum and Derralossary with Glenealy, the Revd Brian O’Reilly. Robert Power and Florence Binions are pictured following the institution of the Revd Brian O’Reilly in Rathdrum and Derralossary with Glenealy. Tony Regan and Stuart Condell following the service of institution of the Revd Brian O’Reilly in St Saviour’s Church, Rathdrum. The Revd Brian O’Reilly with his wife Karen and son Cillian following his institution as the new Rector of Rathdrum and Derralossary with Glenealy. Pictured prior to the service of institution in St Saviour’s Church, Rathdrum are Archdeacon of Glendalough, the Ven Ricky Rountree; Canon Horace McKinley (preacher); the new Rector, the Revd Brian O’Reilly; the Archbishop of Dublin and Glendalough, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson; the Revd Robert Marshall (Registrar) and Canon Nigel Sherwood (Rural Dean).

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