This year, the Dean especially welcomes applications from organisations with a focus on the refugee crisis, homelessness or mental health.
This July, Alan Williamson was among six people admitted and commissioned as a Church Army Evangelist by Bishop Jo Bailey–Wells, the Bishop of Dorkin, at the Wilson Carlile Centre in Sheffield.
The parishioners of Edenderry Union have welcomed the Rev Sarah Marry as their new rector.
The choir of St Polycarp’s Church, Parish of Finaghy, Belfast, Diocese of Connor, marked its ninth annual summer tour by visiting Truro Cathedral, Cornwall, for the first time, singing Choral Evensong on Wednesday 31st July, Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd August.
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 will run at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA), 45 Merrion Square, Dublin, during Heritage Week (next week).
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.
The Library is pleased unveil the line–up of Heritage Week Talks at the Irish Architectureal Archive (IAA) in Merrion Square, Dublin, which begins next Tuesday, 20th August, at 1.15pm, with Professor Alan Ford’s ‘What Kind of a Church is the Church of Ireland’.
The PSNI has identified an upsurge in scams where emails are being hacked, leading to over £769,000 in losses during the month of July. The Church of Ireland is backing the Scamwise NI campaign through the Church Leaders Group.