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Bishop says community needs to know that churches are open and ready to welcome people back

“This is a key moment for the future of our church, we must reach out and be relevant and welcoming.”

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News from around the Church of Ireland

A summary of news from dioceses and parishes around the Church of Ireland in recent weeks.

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A Service of Prayer and Reflection from Enniskillen following the Death of HM the Queen

This two–part service involving two combined congregations took place in Enniskillen on Sunday, 18th September 2022.

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More news from the Ploughing!

Hear the Reverend Trevor Sargent talk about caring for the world and to the Reverend Janet Finlay about caring for one’s mental health and how a walking group in Portlaoise is an example of something to try.

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Ploughing stand for all!

It’s Day 2 of the National Ploughing Championships and a warm welcome awaits you at the Church of Ireland stand.

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Call in at the Church of Ireland stand at National Ploughing Championships!

Everyone is welcome to the Church of Ireland stand at the National Ploughing Championships which are running until tomorrow (Thursday), having started on Tuesday.

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A Service of Thanksgiving and Reflection for the life of the Queen in Kilmore

A Service of Thanksgiving and Reflection to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II was held last Sunday, 18th September, in St Fethlimidh’s Cathedral, Kilmore.

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The Queen’s Commendation of Christ

Her Majesty The Queen was known for her deep Christian faith and took opportunity to commend Jesus Christ to others.

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Limerick Cathedral Community Awards Scheme

The Dean of Limerick, the Very Revd Niall J. Sloane, is delighted to announce the 2022 Cathedral Community Awards Scheme.

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Mothers’ Union members urged to explore global identity at diocesan service

The bond of identity connects Mothers’ Union members around the globe, Archbishop Michael Jackson observed at the Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Festival Service yesterday evening.

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