United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

Covid-19
Online Worship Opportunities in Dublin & Glendalough.

General

30.04.2021

Worship from Home: Church Online and RTE Service

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 dco@dublin.anglican.org

Thanks to all the clergy of the dioceses and their assistants for making worship possible at this time.

Reflections for the Season of Easter

Archbishop Michael Jackson is offering short reflections on Sundays during the Season of Easter. You can find these reflections on our YouTube Channel from Sunday morning – youtube.com/c/TheUnitedDiocesesofDublinandGlendalough

RTE Service with Christian Aid

RTÉ Radio 1 Extra (11.00am) & RTÉ One television (11.10am)

 

A service with Christian Aid Ireland will be broadcast at 11.00am on RTÉ Radio 1 Extra / LW252 and 11.10am on RTÉ One television this Sunday, 2nd May, in advance of Christian Aid Week.  Christian Aid Ireland’s Chief Executive, Rosamond Bennett, will lead the service and the sermon will be delivered by its Chairperson, the Revd Dr Liz Hughes.  Music will be provided by Ballysillan Presbyterian Church’s worship team.

The theme of the service will be ‘A new song to sing’ with a focus on climate change, which is causing a hunger crisis and driving millions more into poverty in the global south.  The service will include the Christian Aid Week video, telling the story of Florence Muthiani from the Kitui region of Kenya. Here is her story:

Christian Aid’s local partner built a sand dam for Florence and her community, just a short distance from her village in Kenya. With easy access to water, Florence has been able to grow tomatoes, onions, papayas and chillies on her farm. She also manages 10 beehives and sells the honey for cash at the market. Before the sand dam, she would spend eight hours a day collecting water but now she has time to develop her farm business. She has a cow, a donkey, two turkeys as well as some goats and sheep. Florence told us: “I am very happy now. I have strength and power. I have learned to depend on myself.”


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