Inner City Youths Pedalling Ireland To Break The Cycle - Posted on 02/09/2014
A team of 5 cyclists from Willowfield Parish Community Association is currently pedalling all the way from the most southerly part of Ireland, Mizen head, to its most northerly point, Malin Head.
’Making History Talk’ - Posted on 02/09/2014
Public event supported by Clogher Diocese (Church of Ireland), Enniskillen Methodists and Presbyterians as well as Co Fermanagh Grand Orange Lodge.
“By The Book: Literature For Living” Series At Trinity College Dublin Chapel - Posted on 02/09/2014
Details have been announced of the autumn series of visiting speakers at Trinity College Dublin Chapel.
Happy Creation Time! - Posted on 01/09/2014
Creation Time is a great opportunity for Christians to be seen out and about in the community as well as taking time to reflect and wonder on the mystery of God’s Creation.
Archive of the Month September 2014 – The ‘State Prayers’ controversy in the Church of Ireland - Posted on 01/09/2014
The ‘State Prayers’ controversy in the Church of Ireland, 1948–1950, as revealed by the papers of Hugh Arthur Cornwallis [A.C.] Maude Esq (1904–1982)
Historic Day For Pioneering Students As Temple Carrig School Opens - Posted on 01/09/2014
Today is a milestone day for the 133 first year students of Temple Carrig School in Greystones. The new secondary school, which is under Church of Ireland patronage, opened its doors for its first day of school this morning.
Electoral College To Elect New Bishop Of Limerick And Killaloe - Posted on 01/09/2014