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Relating Disestablishment to current events

Bishop Patrick Rooke related the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland to contemporary challenges in his presidential address to Tuam, Killala and Achonry Diocesan Synod last Saturday (21st September).

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Young Leaders in Ministry Fund

Closing date: 30th September 2019

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Act of Disestablishment and to support Church of Ireland Ministry in the future, the Church of Ireland Youth Department has created a bursary fund to significantly encourage the number of young people undertaking mission and training experiences that would benefit ministry in the Church.

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Heritage Week lectures at IAA

As part of the Church of Ireland’s programme of events to mark the 150th anniversary of its Disestablishment, a lunchtime lecture series organised by the RCB Library ran at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA), 45 Merrion Square, Dublin, during Heritage Week.

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A month is a long time in politics: Disestablishment as covered in the ‘Gazette’

Drawing on the rich resources of the digitized and freely searchable Church of Ireland Gazette, the historian Dr Miriam Moffitt has produced a timely analysis of the coverage of the Disestablishment story as it happened.

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A month is a long time in politics: Disestablishment as covered in the ‘Gazette’

Drawing on the rich resources of the digitized and freely searchable Church of Ireland Gazette, the historian Dr Miriam Moffitt has produced a timely analysis of the coverage of the Disestablishment story as it happened and was reported by the Gazette.

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Disestablishment 150: What’s on

A summary of current and forthcoming events to mark the 150th anniversary of the Church of Ireland’s Disestablishment.

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‘Rural parishes are as much “the Church” as big city and suburban parishes’ – Bishop Paul Colton

Preaching in the most westerly Church of Ireland church building in Cork, Cloyne and Ross, and the most southerly Church of Ireland church on the island of Ireland, the Church of Saint Brendan the Navigator in Crookhaven, Bishop Paul Colton reflected on the challenges facing the Church in sparsely populated rural areas in Ireland.

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Church of Ireland architectural drawings exhibition under way

A Visual Window to an Ecclesiastical World – an exhibition of the Church of Ireland’s historical architectural drawings – is continuing at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA), 45 Merrion Square, Dublin.

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Marking Disestablishment 150 at General Synod

The 150th anniversary of the Church of Ireland’s Disestablishment was marked in several ways at our 2019 General Synod in the Millennium Forum, Derry/Londonderry (16th–18th May).

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A Visual Window to an Ecclesiastical World

Exhibition of Church of Ireland architectural drawings to open in Dublin on Tuesday (7th May)

An exhibition of the Church of Ireland’s historical architectural drawings – entitled A Visual Window to an Ecclesiastical World – will be launched by the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke, next Tuesday evening (7th May) at the Architecture Gallery, in the Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, Dublin.

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