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Connor Clergy Conference ‘positive and encouraging’

Clergy from across the Diocese of Connor gathered at the Slieve Russell Hotel in Co Cavan on November 8 for the first clergy conference since 2018.

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Remembrance Sunday ‘most solemn day of our annual calendar’ says Bishop Andrew

The words ‘God save our gracious King!’ rang out around the war memorial in the centre of Londonderry, on Sunday morning, for the first time in over 70 years, as local people gathered to remember servicemen and women who had died in past conflicts.

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Services of Remembrance are held across the Diocese of Clogher

Churches throughout Clogher Diocese held Remembrance Services yesterday (Sunday, 13th November) to remember those who made the supreme sacrifice in wars and conflicts around the world.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Diocesan News

Poppy net marks Festival of Remembrance in Ballykelly

The King’s Lord–Lieutenant for County Londonderry, Mrs Alison Millar, has formally launched the Parish of Tamlaghtfinlagan’s four–day long Festival of Remembrance in Ballykelly.

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Press Releases

Irish Inter–Church Meeting considers church life after pandemic

The theme for this year’s Irish Inter–Church Meeting was ‘Creatively reconfiguring our post–pandemic understanding of church’.

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Advent & Christmas Children and Families Ministry newsletter now available

The Advent and Christmas newsletter from the Board for Ministry with Children and Families is packed full of resources and ideas and not a flake of glitter in sight!

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Diocesan News

Running rector already exceeds fundraising target for new prayer garden

A Church of Ireland rector has decided to take to road running to obtain sponsorship for a new learning resource at her local primary school.

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Irish Times Notes

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Archbishop of Armagh calls for balanced decisions in moment of difficulty for Northern Ireland

“The difficulties arising from Brexit, the Northern Ireland Protocol and the looming cost of living crisis were coming together to create an moment of real jeopardy for these islands and for Northern Ireland … but the voices we listen to in arriving at our decisions mark us out as either an evolving, civilised society or a morally empty and broken polity.”

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