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Dublin and Glendalough Mothers’ Union BreakfastFirst Q Commons Dublin Takes Place in Christ Church CathedralThe Dining Room at Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire, Celebrates First AnniversaryInstitution of the Revd Stephen Neill in Celbridge and Straffan with Newcastle–LyonsPrepare A Place – Dublin and Glendalough Appeal facebook.com/prepareaplace

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
27.03.2015 Archbishops of Dublin to Lead Good Friday Walk of Witness
The Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic Archbishops of Dublin will ...
27.03.2015 Eco Congregation Urges Support for Earth Hour This Saturday
Earth Hour will take place this Saturday, March 28 and Eco Congregation hopes ...
27.03.2015 ’Promise of the Spirit’ Pentecost Series at CITI
The Church of Ireland Theological Institute Lay Training Department has announced ...
26.03.2015 New Church Review Collection Depot for Dublin City Centre
Due to the closure of the National Bible Society of Ireland ...
26.03.2015 Easter Message from the Archbishop of Dublin
Throughout the Season of Lent, we ourselves, as individuals and as ...
Recent Photos
Playing ‘Signature Bingo’ at the Mothers’ Union women’s breakfast in Leixlip. Diocesan MU President, Joy Gordon, All Ireland Faith and Policy Coordinator, Jacqui Armstrong and Diocesan Vice President of Marketing, Sandra Knaggs at the MU women’s breakfast in Leixlip. D&G Mothers’ Union members and their guests enjoying the women’s breakfast in the Springfield Hotel in Leixlip. The Q Commons Dublin team – The Revd Rob Jones, Sam Moore, Paul Keegan, Orla Reynolds, Greg Fromholz (city leader) and Gerard Gallagher. Dublin joined the global Q Commons for the first time this year with the event taking place in Christ Church Cathedral. The Music Room of Christ Church Cathedral was full of participants for the first Q Commons Dublin. Q Commons Dublin City leader Greg Fromholz with the faith panel: the Very Reverend Kieran  McDermott, Nick Park, Dr Ali Alsaleh and the Very Revd Dermot Dunne at Q Commons Dublin in Christ Church Cathedral. Lydia Monds (Bishops’ Appeal), Archbishop Michael Jackson and Emma Lynch (Tearfund) at the Dublin and Glendalough training day on responding to global poverty. Participants in the Bishops’ Appeal training day on responses to global poverty learned about engaging with different cultures by trying out some greetings used in other cultures. Cllr Mary Fayne and volunteer Terry Merry in the Dining Room at Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire, to celebrate the outreach project’s first anniversary. Volunteers Caroline Blennerhassett, Rosie Breen, Kathy Grace, John O’Reilly, Violet Cathcart and Tony McCarthy helping out in the kitchen of The Dining Room at Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire. The outreach project has just celebrated its first year in action. Alan Manning, the Revd Ása Bjork Ólafsdottir, Cllr Patricia Stewart and Deputy Mary Mitchell O’Connor in the Dining Room at Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire during its first anniversary celebrations. Claire Haworth at one of the prayer stations in Christ Church Cathedral at the Dublin and Glendalough service to prayer for young people on the first Day of Prayer for Young People – an all Ireland initiative coordinated by the Church of Ireland Youth Department. The Revd Alan Breen, the Revd Jack Kinkead and the Revd Abigail Sines who organised the first diocesan service to mark the inaugural Day of Prayer for Young People which was an all Ireland event coordinated by the Church of Ireland Youth Department. One of the Prayer Stations in Christ Church Cathedral for the Dublin and Glendalough service to mark the first Day of Prayer for Young People. Former Archbishop of Dublin John Neill, the Revd Stephen Neill, his wife Nicola and son Aaron, and Betty Neill at Stephen’s institution as the new Rector of Celbridge, Straffan and Newcastle–Lyons. Kenneth Denner and Eric Lipson enjoying the hospitality after the institution of the Revd Stephen Neill as the new Rector of Celbridge and Straffan with Newcastle–Lyons. Jeanne Brennan and Stephen Higgs following the institution of the Revd Stephen Neill as the new Rector of Celbridge and Straffan with Newcastle–Lyons. The Revd Stephen Neill receives the symbols of ministry at his institution as the new Rector of Celbridge and Straffan with Newcastle–Lyons.

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