Online Worship, RTÉ Service and Epiphany Reflection
While churches are currently closed for public worship, services are being offered online from parishes throughout Dublin & Glendalough. Scroll through the directory below and click on a link to a service you would like to join.
If your parish is broadcasting a service and it is not included on the directory please email details to email@example.com
Thanks to all the clergy of the dioceses and their assistants for making worship possible at this time.
Archbishop Michael Jackson continues his four week series of reflections based on the Gospel readings for each Sunday in Epiphany.
The theme of the series is ‘Lessons in applying wisdom…’ and a new reflection will be available to watch each Sunday morning on the diocesan website and on the Dublin & Glendalough YouTube channel. Subscribe to the channel now so as not to miss a video.
The reflection for the Second Sunday after Epiphany is based on St John 1: 43–51. “Nazareth! Nathaniel exclaimed. Can any good thing come from Nazareth?” [St John 1: 46]. The reading and Collect are read this week by Mark Acheson, Diocesan Reader in Clontarf.
Recording is by the Revd Nigel Pierpoint and Mark Acheson.
RTÉ Service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Broadcast on RTÉ One and RTÉ Radio 1 Extra/LW252 at 11am
In anticipation of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which starts on Monday 18 January, Pastor Martin Sauter of the International Congregation at St Finian’s Lutheran Church, Dublin, will lead a live Service in the RTÉ Studios, Donnybrook, with representatives from the Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Armenian Orthodox Churches, and the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The Church of Ireland representative is Ruth Gyves, Lay Pastor at Holy Trinity Church Rathmines. Music will be directed by Derek Seymour.