Four Ordinands were commissioned as Student Readers by Archbishop Michael Jackson at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute on Wednesday evening (October 4).
On Thursday, 5th October nearly 200 people of all ages and interests, attended the launch in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, of a new Diocesan Church Music Scheme.
‘Generosity’ was the theme for this year’s County Donegal Schools’ Service which took place as usual in Ramelton Presbyterian Church.
The annual Diocesan Service for Primary Schools, held in St Peter’s Church, Bandon, on Thursday, 28th September, was attended by nearly 600 pupils and teachers from the twenty–one primary schools in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross.
The annual Down & Dromore and Connor Organ Scholarship Service took place in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Sunday October 1.
“Do good law, but don’t apply it to your salvation and your relationship with God.” This was the message of the President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Revd Dr Laurence Graham, to the congregation at the Michaelmas Law Term Service at St Michan’s Church, Dublin, on Monday October 3.
The Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal has released emergency funds to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to support its work with over 500,000 Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar and seeking refuge in Bangladesh.
Archbishop Richard Clarke discusses the origins, history and current practice of chaplaincy, and considers the scope for a greater role for chaplains in the Church’s mission in Ireland today.