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Dublin and Glendalough Kids Summer CampDiocesan Prize Winners at Dublin Garden Festival in Christ ChurchWest Glendalough Children’s Choral Festival in DonoughmoreDedication and Reopening of Refurbished and Extended Drumcondra NSHomeless Jesus Sculpture at Christ Church Cathedral

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
28.08.2015 Last Chance to Register for Come & C Day
Dublin and Glendalough’s Come & C Day is fast approaching. The ...
28.08.2015 Peace and Reconciliation the Focus of Anglican Communion Provincial Secretaries’ Meeting in Dublin
The Provincial Secretaries of the Anglican Communion are gathering in Dublin ...
28.08.2015 Ross Styles – Plans to Explore Pastoral Care in Ministry as Intern Deacon in Greystones
On Sunday September 21 two new Deacons will be ordained in ...
27.08.2015 New Youth Work Coordinator Appointed in Dublin and Glendalough
Dublin and Glendalough Youth Council has announced the appointment of Eric ...
27.08.2015 Nigel Pierpoint – Hope and Excitement for What Lies Ahead as Intern Deacon in Taney
On Sunday September 21 two new Deacons will be ordained in ...
Recent Photos
The Friends of Christ Church gathered in the cathedral Crypt for their annual lunch. Helen Purser, Ruth Kinsella, Michael Purser and Lesley Rue preparing to enjoy the annual Friends of Christ Church lunch in the Crypt. The Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, the Very Revd Dermot Dunne and former Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd John Neill following the Patronal Service at Christ Church Cathedral. Ecumenical Bible Week co–chairs Dr Kieron O’Mahony and the Revd Ken Rue at Thinking Allowed in All Hallows College. The panel of Church leaders participating in Thinking Allowed in All Hallow’s College during Ecumenical Bible Week interviewed by Philip McKinley (standing). L–R: Archbishop Michael Jackson, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, Fr Calin Florea, Pastor Sean Mullarkey and Pastor Tunde Adebayo–Oke. The huge crowd in All Hallows College, Drumcondra, for Thinking Allowed with church leaders during Ecumenical Bible Week. Chairman of Bishops’ Appeal Bishop Patrick Rooke, Róisín Gallagher of Christian Aid, Lydia Monds of Bishops’ Appeal and Peter Byrne of Christian Aid at the Christian Aid Gender Justice Workshop in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute. Representatives from the four Anglican churches in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales outside the Church of Ireland Theological Institute which hosted the Four Nations Faith and Order Consultation. Candidates from St Catherine’s and St James’ with St Audoen’s, Drumcondra and North Strand, Tallaght and Dundalk parishes were confirmed by Archbishop Michael Jackson in Christ Church Cathedral on Pentecost Sunday. The Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke, cuts the ribbon of the extension of Drumcondra National School. Pupils leave Drumcondra Church singing ‘School Around the Corner’ after the service to mark the reopening of the newly refurbished and extended Drumcondra National School. The pupils of Drumcondra National School sing their school hymn at the service in Drumcondra Parish Church to mark the reopening of the restored and extended building. Garrett Fennell, Archbishop Michael Jackson, Tony Goodwin, the Revd Baden Stanley, the Revd David Mungavin, Principal Alan Cox, Dr Ken Fennelly and Deputy Principal Niamh McShane with some Temple Carrig School students in front of their new school building in Greystones following the service marking the end of the school’s first academic year. Representatives of parishes from all over Dublin and Glendalough attended a Facebook workshop in DCU organised by the diocesan communications committee. Gavan Woods, administrator of St Patrick’s Cathedral; Dr Michael O’Neill, architectural historian; Dr Michael Webb, chairman of the Irish Architectural Archive; the Hon Rory Guinness; and David Lane, MD of Ecclesiastical Insurance at the launch of the exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of the Guinness restoration of St Patrick’s Cathedral which is running in the Irish Architectural Archive gallery. Dean Dermot Dunne, Archbishop Michael Jackson, sculptor Tim Schmalz and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin with the Christ Church Cathedral Choir at the blessing of the Homeless Jesus sculpture. 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.

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