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Ordination in Killyman

The Revd Christopher West was ordained Deacon Intern in Killyman Parish Church last Sunday evening, 1st September 2019.

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Institution in Mullabrack & Kilcluney

The Revd Dr Peter Munce was instituted as Rector of the Parishes of Mullabrack and Kilcluney, in the Diocese of Armagh, on Wednesday, 4th September 2019.

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‘For whom the bell tolls’

Ireland’s oldest bell ringer honoured With new competition

The inaugural Galbraith Cup bell ringing competition took place in Christ Church, Taney, on Saturday afternoon (August 31). The eight bell open ringing competition attracted eight teams from towers as far afield as Cork and Limerick in the south and Drumbo and Bangor in the north.

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Institution of new rector in Kilroot and Templecorran

The Rev Nigel Kirkpatrick was instituted as rector of the Grouped Parishes of Kilroot and Templecorran at a service in St Colman’s Parish Church, Carrickfergus, on Wednesday September 4.

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Appointment of Canon in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork and St Fachtna’s Cathedral, Rosscarbery

The Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, has announced that he has appointed the Reverend Elaine Murray to be Prebendary of Desertmore and Killanully in the Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Saint Fin Barre, Cork, and Prebendary of Timoleague in the Cathedral Chapter of Saint Fachtna, Rosscarbery.

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First OLMs ordained in Church of Ireland

In a first for the diocese and the Church of Ireland, Bishop Harold has ordained three OLMs (Ordained Local Ministers) at a service in Willowfield Church on Sunday 1 September.

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Bishop Harold brings a ‘Farewell Charge’ to the Down and Dromore

Bishop Harold has addressed the diocese of Down and Dromore for the final time as bishop.

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‘Peace needs to be nurtured and cherished’ – Bishop–elect Forster

The Bishop–elect of Derry and Raphoe, the Ven Andrew Forster, says every single one of us has a role to play in building peace and building up our community. His comments came during his first public interview since his election as Bishop Ken Good’s successor.

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Charlie Chaplin Film Festival Service in Waterville

On August 25th, St Michael’s Church, Waterville, was once again the venue for the ecumenical Service that forms an integral part of the annual Charlie Chaplin Film Festival.

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Roses at St John’s, Ashe Street, Tralee

It has been a long standing tradition that Roses and their escorts attend the various churches in Tralee on the Sunday morning of the festival.

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