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Day 1

General Synod 2022 Presidential Address by Archbishop John McDowell

The Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, the Most Revd John McDowell, addressed the Church of Ireland’s 2022 General Synod in Belfast this afternoon, shortly after the start of business.

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Day 1

General Synod Eucharist Sermon 2022

Sermon delivered by Bishop George Davison at Belfast Cathedral at the 2022 General Synod Service on Wednesday, 4th May.

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Day 1

General Synod 2022 begins today in Belfast

The General Synod of the Church of Ireland gets underway today (Wednesday May 4) in Assembly Buildings in Belfast and continues until Friday May 6

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Archive of the Month

Archival Puzzle Solved by Recent Deposit of Papers Relevant to the Haydn Family of Limerick

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Diocesan News

Special Black Santa appeal launched in Dublin for Ukraine

Black Santa’s special spring appeal to support refugees from Ukraine arriving in Dublin & Glendalough was officially launched on Wednesday (April 27) by Archbishop Michael Jackson.

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Press Releases

New edition of centenaries reading list now available

An updated edition of Divided States: Irish Independence and its Aftermath 1918–1923, a reading list produced by the Church of Ireland’s Historical Centenaries Working Group, has been published online. It sets out to guide all those who wish to study further an era in Irish history where, in both parts of the island, there are very different narratives and interpretations.

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Pre-synod

General Synod Service to take place in Belfast Cathedral

A preview of next week’s General Synod Service with a brief history of Belfast Cathedral.

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Diocesan News

Dublin’s Black Santa makes unseasonable appearance for Ukraine appeal

From today (Tuesday April 26) until Saturday April 30, Black Santa will make an unseasonable appearance outside St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street.

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Press Releases

Guidance for Churches Responding to the Crisis in Ukraine

The Representative Church Body, the Church of Ireland’s central trustee body, has approved guidance for local churches seeking to accommodate refugees from Ukraine in both jurisdictions on the island of Ireland.

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