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Bishops’ Appeal calendar

The 2019 Bishops’ Appeal Calendar commemorated the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland – the 150th anniversary of which is this year – and each month provided a reflection from its bishops on issues or projects that have been supported by Bishops’ Appeal over the years.  Members of the Church of Ireland supported communities all over the world by purchasing a Bishops’ Appeal calendar. 

The Rt Revd Patrick Rooke, Chair of the Bishops’ Appeal Advisory Committee, said: ‘2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland. Throughout those 150 years, this Church has worked to support the disadvantaged in some of the poorest parts of the world. The calendar is both a celebration of that partnership but also a reminder of how life is for so many. Those who purchase a calendar will be supporting this ongoing work as we seek to bring relief to disaster situations as well as supporting health, education and rural development projects.’

Calendars were available to purchase in the following ways:

1. Online at this link for €10/£10 and then by choosing the most convenient collection point or adding €4/£4 for postage to your preferred address. Please email bishopsappeal@ireland.anglican.org with delivery instructions.

2. By cheque made payable to Bishops’ Appeal and sent to Church of Ireland House, Church Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin 6.

3. Exact payment on collection except where otherwise stated – from selected collection points (listed below).

Collection points

• Lydia Monds, Church of Ireland House, Church Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin 6.
Armagh: The Revd Elizabeth Stevenson, Bishops’ Appeal representative.
Cashel, Ferns and Ossory: Denise Hughes, Diocesan Office, The Palace Coach House, Church Lane, Kilkenny.
Clogher: Diocesan Office, Hall’s Lane, Enniskillen.
Connor: Audra Irvine, Diocesan Office, 61–67 Donegall Street, Belfast (Collection only).
Cork, Cloyne and Ross: Billy Skuse, Diocesan Office, St Nicholas’ House, 14 Cove Street, Cork, or Andrew Coleman, Bishops’ Appeal representative.
Derry and Raphoe: Diocesan Office, London Street, Londonderry.
Down and Dromore: Tracey Taggart, Diocesan Office, 61–67 Donegall Street, Belfast (Collection only).
Dublin and Glendalough: Sylvia Heggie, Diocesan Office, Church of Ireland House, Church Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin 6.
Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh: Sarah Taylor, Diocesan Office, 20A Market Street, Cootehill, Co. Cavan.
Limerick and Killaloe: Available from St Mary’s Cathedral, Bridge Street, Limerick.
Meath and Kildare: Karen Seaman, Diocesan Office, Moyglare, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.
Tuam, Killala and Achonry: Canon Jennifer McWhirter, Bishops’ Appeal representative.

Bishops' Appeal calendar
Bishops' Appeal calendar

Contact Details

Bishops’ Appeal

Bishops’ Appeal is the Church of Ireland’s World Aid and Development Programme. It was set up by the Bishops of the Church in response to the commands in the Bible to bring good news to the poor and relief to the suffering.


Lydia Monds

Education Advisor
c/o Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal
Church of Ireland House
Church Avenue
Rathmines
Dublin 6
D06 CF67
bishopsappeal@ireland.anglican.org

www.bishopsappeal.ireland.anglican.org

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