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Shine a Light for the Diocese of Jerusalem – Advent and Christmas Appeal officially launched

Message of hope from Archbishop of Jerusalem as we respond to devastating need.

This Advent and Christmas, Dublin and Glendalough is inviting people across Ireland to join them to ‘Shine a light for the Diocese Jerusalem’ as they continue their Christian service in the midst of war and devastation.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Bishops' Appeal Committee

Diocese of Jerusalem Appeal: a message from Archbishop Jackson

Archbishop Michael Jackson introduces the appeal by the Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough for the Diocese of Jerusalem to help people affected by the current conflict in the Middle East.

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RCB Library Notes

Change in opening hours at RCB Library

The RCB Library at Braemor Park, Dublin, now is open on weekdays, Monday to Friday, from 10.00am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 4.15pm.

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Standing Committee & RB

Standing Committee News

The Standing Committee of the General Synod met in an online format on Tuesday, 21st November 2023.

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Press Releases

Gaza/Israel: Brief cessation of conflict welcomed

Members of the Church Leaders’ Group (Ireland) have warmly welcomed the cessation of armed conflict in Gaza and Israel, notwithstanding its temporary nature.

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Press Releases

Pioneer Ministry in the Church of Ireland moves to its next phase

The Church of Ireland Pioneer Ministry leadership team are delighted to announce the launch of the new Pioneer Ministry information booklet.

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Bishops' Appeal Committee

Bishops’ Appeal announces Advent and Christmas Appeal 2023

The Bishops’ Appeal Advent and Christmas Appeal for 2023 is focussed on supporting those who are in great need in the Middle East.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Board of Education (R.O.I.)

Making Connections – Church of Ireland Centre Primary Schools Conference

The ethos of Church of Ireland primary schools needs to be part of each school’s self–evaluation and stem from dialogue with the whole school community.

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