United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

Events

3rd Dec 2017 – 7th Jan 2018

Advent and Christmas 2017 at St Patrick’s Cathedral

Sunday 3 December at 15.15 ADVENT PROCESSION by CANDLELIGHT

The Advent Procession is one of the year’s most dramatic services which moves from darkness to light. Words and music focus on the Advent theme of light in darkness, hope in despair, and a new relationship with God in Christ. Sung by the Cathedral Choir.

Sunday 10 December at 15.15 CAROLS FOR ALL

The service of Carols for All is an opportunity to join in the Church of Ireland’s rich musical tradition of congregational singing, led by the Choir and accompanied by the Cathedral’s majestic organ. Early arrival is advised – suitable for all ages, children especially welcome.

Sunday 17 December at 15.15 AND Christmas Eve at 16.00* NINE LESSONS & CAROLS

The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols provides us with rich and elaborate music performed by the Cathedral Choir who use their skills to catch us up in a resounding chorus of praise to God. (NB entry into the service on Christmas Eve is by ticket only).

Christmas Day at 11.15 CHORAL EUCHARIST with CAROLS

Christians, awake! Salute the happy morn, whereon the Saviour of the world was born!
Join us this Christmas Day for a Service of Choral Eucharist with readings from Holy Scripture, congregational carols & anthems led by the Cathedral Choir.

Sunday 7 January at 15.15 EPIPHANY PROCESSION by CANDLELIGHT

Join the Wise Men as they make their journey to visit Jesus in this moving and beautiful service which follows the story of Jesus from his birth through to his childhood and on to his adult life. Some of the most beautiful music of the year is sung by the Cathedral choir in this popular and special service.

Sunday 7 January at 20.00 LA NATIVITÉ DU SEIGNEUR

Messiaen’s organ meditation on the mystery of the birth of Christ, interspersed with readings and prayers. Performed by Cathedral Organist, David Leigh.

Sunday 4 February at 15.15
A CEREMONY OF CAROLS

The ever–popular work for upper voices and harp, performed by Schola Patricii (the Cathedral’s senior girls’ choir) and Dianne Marshall. Motets sung by the Vicars Choral and readings for Candlemas.

The ever–popular work for upper voices and harp, performed by Schola Patricii (the Cathedral’s senior girls’ choir) and Dianne Marshall. Motets sung by the Vicars Choral and readings for Candlemas.