The resources section gives information that might be of value to you for your own private prayer or to find out more information.
The Cycle of prayer gives the diocesan cycle of prayer, the Anglican cycle of prayer and the Porvoo cycle of prayer.
The Seirbhísí as Gaeilge page (which is in Irish and English) tells where and when the next services in the Irish language are taking place.
The School Resources page gives information that might be of use to members of Boards of Management, Prinicipals, Teachers and parents of Children at Church of Ireland National Schools.
The Church Review pages give information on the Diocesan Magazine which has been informing people inside and outside the diocese about news and events since 1931.
The liturgy and music page provides information and resources for those organising or involved in services in the dioceses.
The Marriage Regulations page is aimed primarily at clergy and provides information on the Civil Registration Act, the Church of Ireland Marriage Regulations 2007 and Marriage Service Amendments 2009.
Finally, the Certificate course page gives information and downloadable forms for those interested in taking part in the Archbishop’s Certificate Course on Theology.
In 2016 we mark 800 years of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough, the Archbishop would like to offer a prayer for use in church and private prayers. The prayer seeks to draw out some of the continuity of prayer and hope that we share as today’s Dublin and Glendalough. It could be used as a supplementary post–Communion prayer; as a Vestry Prayer; or as a congregational prayer of mutual commissioning between people and clergy/Reader as all prepare to go from church into the world around us after a service.
The prayer can be downloaded by CLICKING HERE
Throughout Advent 2014 the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough is running the ‘Prepare a Place’ appeal for Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza City. Archbishop Michael Jackson has written a prayer for use during the appeal and beyond as the dioceses continues to build links with the Diocese of Jerusalem. The prayer is reproduced below and can be downloaded by clicking here.