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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
18.04.2014 Challenge of The Cross the Focus of St Ann’s Good Friday Service
“The Challenge of the Cross” was the theme of this year’s ...
18.04.2014 Good Friday Walk of Witness Crosses Dublin City
The sun shone and Dublin’s streets were crowded as the annual ...
18.04.2014 President to Attend Battle of Clontarf Commeoration Service on Wednesday 23 April 2014
President Michael D Higgins, will attend the Ecumenical Service to commemorate ...
17.04.2014 Chrism Eucharist At Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Clergy, Deacons and Lay Ministers from all over the Dioceses of ...
16.04.2014 Easter Message from the Archbishop of Dublin
Easter Day gives us one of the most beautiful expressions of ...
Recent Photos
Methodist Chaplain at Trinity College Dublin, the Revd Julian Hamilton taking a selfie with the Chapel Choir following the Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving on Trinity Monday. Members of Trinity College Chapel Choir in front of Trinity College Chapel following the Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving marking Trinity Monday at the university this morning (April 7). A Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving was held this morning (Monday April 7) to mark Trinity Monday at Trinity College Dublin. The President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Revd Dr Heather Morris, was the preacher at this year’s Trinity Monday Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving in the college chapel this morning (Monday April 7). She is pictured (centre) with the college chaplains The Revd Paddy Gleeson, the Revd Darren McCallig, the Revd Peter Sexton and the Revd Julian Hamilton. Bishop Ferran Glenfield and his son Richie planting a tree to mark the 150th anniversary of Kill O’ the Grange church. (Photo: James Darling) Peter Rooke, a member of the organizing committee, introducing the event marking the 150th anniversary of Kill O the Grange parish. Also pictured are The Revd Arthur Young and Bishop Ferran Glenfield (Photo: James Darling) The Revd Arthur Young and Bishop Ferran Glenfield at the 150th celebratory event in Kill O the Grange. (photo: James Darling) Kill O’ The Grange Church with its 150th Anniversary banner (Photo: Peter Rooke) Some of the parishioners who attended the event marking the 150th anniversary of Kill O’ the Grange church. (Photo: Peter Rooke) The Revd Arthur Young planting a tree to mark the 150th anniversary of Kill O’ the Grange Church. (Photo: Peter Rooke) The choir of The King’s Hospital School enter St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, for the annual Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport which took place yesterday evening (March 30). The clergy who were involved in the annual Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport in St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, are pictured with the organiser and the preacher. From right to left are: the Vicar of St Ann’s, Canon David Gillespie; the Revd Andrew Dougherty, Methodist Centenary Church; the Revd Alan Boal, Abbey Presbyterian Church; Senator Eamonn Coughlan, who gave the address; Robert Prole, who organises the service; and Fr Michael Foley, St Mac Dara’s College, Templeogue. Wayne Sheridan and Richard Graves of The High School are pictured in St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, for the 65th annual ecumenical Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport which took place yesterday evening (March 30). Pictured at the 65th annual ecumenical Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Sport in St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, yesterday evening (Sunday March 30) were Melanie Lawlor of Wesley College, Heather Tennant of Alexandra College, Valerie Twomey of Kilkenny College, Greg Moore of Blackrock College, Robert Cairnduff of Sandford Park, Alastair White of Masonic and Andy Crawford of St Andrew’s College. Mrs Lesley Whiteside, Mrs Joan Mahony and Mr John Rafter, Acting Principal, The King’s Hospital, at the dedication of the ‘Mahony Room’ in the school on Tuesday 25th March in recognition of the contribution of Noel and Joan Mahony to the life of the school. (Photo: David Wynne) Canon David Gillespie pictured with members of his family following the service in which he was installed as a Canon of Christ Church Cathedral. Canon Robert Deane is pictured with his wife Anne and family members following the service in which he was installed as Canon Treasurer of Christ Church Cathedral. Canon Treasurer Robert Deane, Dean Dermot Dunne and Canon David Gillespie are pictured following their service of installation at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.

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