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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
27.05.2015 Magna Carta Exhibition at Christ Church Cathedral Launches Next Week
‘ To no one will we sell, to no one deny ...
27.05.2015 Four Nations Faith and Order Consultation Taking Place in Dublin
The Four Nations Faith and Order Consultation is currently underway in ...
27.05.2015 Christian Aid Workshop on Gender Issues at CITI
Christian Aid is hosting a special workshop on Gender, Gender Based ...
25.05.2015 The referendum result is now out. What is your response? Interview with the Archbishop of Dublin on Whit Sunday
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23.05.2015 A Statement from the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of Ireland Following the Result of the Marriage Referendum
The archbishops and bishops of the Church of Ireland wish to ...
Recent Photos
Participants in the Ecumenical Way of the Cross in Enniskerry arrive at St Patrick’s Church, Powerscourt, having started at St Mary’s Church. The Ecumenical Way of the Cross proceeds into Enniskerry Village en route from St Mary’s Church to St Patrick’s Church, Powerscourt. Archbishop Michael Jackson, Dean Dermot Dunne and the Revd Garth Bunting during the Maundy Thursday footwashing in the Chrism Eucharist at Christ Church Cathedral. The Revd Dr William Olhausen (St Matthias’), the Revd Ása Bjork Ólafsdóttir (Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire), the Revd Niall Sloane (Holy Trinity), Archbishop Michael Jackson, Bishop Pat Storey, the Revd Gary Dowd (St Paul’s), the Revd Abigail Sines (St Paul’s) and the Revd Bruce Hayes (Dalkey) in St Paul’s Church in Glenageary where Bishop Storey spoke as part of a Holy Week series she gave in the cluster of parishes. Sarah Flynn escorts Howard the donkey out of Nun’s Cross Church when he had completed his Palm Sunday duties in Wicklow and Killiskey. The Revd Eoghan Heaslip and his family following the launch service of ICON Community in the Methodist Centenary Church in Leeson Park. Canon Horace McKinley, who introduced ICON’s leader; the Revd Andrew Dougherty, Minister of the Methodist Centenary Church; Fr Kieran McDermott, PP Dundrum and Episcopal Vicar for Evangelisation and Ecumenism with the Archdiocese of Dublin; the Revd Eoghan Heaslip, ICON leader; Archbishop Michael Jackson, the Revd Stephen Farrell, registrar, and the Revd Heather Morris, Home Mission Secretary of the Methodist Church in Ireland at ICON Community’s launch service. Archbishop Michael Jackson commissions the Revd Eoghan Heaslip to lead ICON Community at its launch service in the Methodist Centenary Church, Leeson Park. Also pictured is Fr Kieran McDermott, PP Dundrum. Andrew Dunne of appybeacons, Dean of St Patrick’s, the Very Revd Victor Stacey, Aisling Bolger of appybeacons, Minister of State for Tourism, Michael Ring and Andrew Smith, St Patrick’s Cathedral education officer at the launch of the new St Patrick’s Cathedral App. Dean of St Patrick’s Cathdral, the Very Revd Victor Stacey and Minister of State for Tourism, Michael Ring, explore the new St Patrick’s Cathedral app at its launch. The Revd Vanessa Wyse Jackson, Cllr Larry O’Toole, the Revd Alan Boal, Desmond Campbell, Tony Ward, Canon David Gillespie, Fr Michael Foley and the Revd Yvonne Ginnelly before the annual Ecumenical Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport in St Ann’s Church. The presidents of many of the school unions who attended the annual Ecumenical Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport in St Ann’s Church. Canon Maurice Elliott and his wife Kirsten in Christ Church Cathedral following Maurice’s installation as 12th Canon. Canon Maurice Elliott with Dean Dermot Dunne and other members of the Christ Church Cathedral Chapter. L–r – Canon Patrick Comerford, Canon Aisling Shine, Canon Mark Gardner, Canon David Gillespie, Dean Dermot Dunne, Canon Maurice Elliott, Canon Peter Campion, Canon Neil McEndoo, Canon Roy Byrne and the Revd Patrick McGlinchey. The British Ambassador to Ireland, Mr Dominick Chilcott and his wife, Jane, with Dean Victor Stacey in St Patrick’s Cathedral on St Patrick’s Day. Members of the new Discovery Mothers’ Union branch with Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan President, Joy Gordon (centre) cutting a cake to mark the occasion in St George and St Thomas’s Church. Chika Ulogwara  and Esther Nwanyichukwu Mekemam (Treasurer) with Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Mothers’ Union President, Joy Gordon at the inauguration of Discovery Mothers’ Union in St George and St Thomas’ Church in Dublin.  The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Eamon Martin; director of the fleshandblood campaign, Matt Hollidge; and the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke at the launch of the fleshandblood campaign in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.

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