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Ordination of Deacons in Christ Church CathedralEnniskerry Victorian Field DayKill O’ The Grange History WeekTemple Carrig School is Dedicated in GreystonesArchbishop Jackson and Principal and Pupils of Kildare Place School

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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
22.09.2014 Statement from the Board of Education (RoI) on the Inclusion of Farm Safety on the Primary Level Curriculum
The Board of Education of the Church of Ireland (RoI) wishes ...
22.09.2014 Leading War Historians to Debate Ethics of War at Christ Church Lecture
Leading speakers on the subject of War in history will talk ...
21.09.2014 New Deacons Urged to Look on Challenges as God Given Opportunities
Archbishop Michael Jackson ordained five men and women to the Diaconate ...
19.09.2014 Importance of Listening to Minorities Stressed at Anglican–Lutheran Society Conference
Representatives of Churches from all over Europe and North America gathered ...
19.09.2014 Recycling for Survival in Madagascar
Castleknock parishioner, Bernard Neary and his Marie spent three months volunteering ...
Recent Photos
Newly ordained Deacons – the Revd Alan Breen, the Revd Cathy Hallissey, the Revd Abigail Sines, the Revd Kevin Conroy and the Revd David Martin with Archbishop Michael Jackson outside Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, yesterday (Sunday September 21). Archbishop Michael Jackson ordains the Revd Alan Breen, the Revd Cathy Hallissey, the Revd Abigail Sines, the Revd Kevin Conroy and the Revd David Martin as Deacons in Christ Church Cathedral on Sunday September 21. The congregation in Christ Church Cathedral prior to the Service of Ordination to the Diaconate on Sunday September 21. The candidates for ordination to the Diaconate make their declarations surrounded by their colleagues in the Chapter Room of Christ Church Cathedral. Ed Hick and Philip Boucher–Hayes, who acted as the announcer at the Enniskerry Victorian Field Day. Elizabeth Rountree, Jackie Gallagher, Audrey Dalton and Carol Boland in charge of the refreshments at the Enniskerry Victorian Field Day. Gill Toal, one of the organisers of the Enniskerry Victorian Field Day. Oscar McHale, Dan Bolger and the Bolger children at the Enniskerry Victorian Field Day. 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.

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