Two new Deacons were ordained to serve in the Diocese of Connor by the Rt Revd Alan Abernethy, Bishop of Connor, in St Paul’s Parish Church, Lisburn, on Wednesday 5 September 2018.
Magheraculmoney Parish, Kesh, is providing a unique opportunity to view one of the oldest Christian settlements in the area with an organised visit to the remains of Kiltierney Abbey on 15th September.
A thanksgiving service for the work of St John Ambulance and its many volunteers in Clogher Diocese is taking place in St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen during 11am morning worship on Sunday, 16th September 2018.
Trinity College Dublin and the Church of Ireland Theological Institute have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) revised agreement today (6th September 2018) for the continued joint delivery of the Master’s course in Theology.
The Church of Ireland will be making its presence felt at Europe’s largest Outdoor Exhibition and Agricultural Trade Show, this September.
Members of the Grouped Parishes of Inver, Mountcharles, Killaghtee and Killybegs got a first opportunity to meet their new Curate since her ordination, last weekend, when Rev Lindsey Farrell was introduced formally to parishioners at a Service in St John’s Church in Inver on Tuesday evening.
St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, will celebrate the 750th anniversary of the present building with a Festival Service of Choral Evensong on Sunday, 23rd September, at 3.15pm.
Christian Aid’s ‘Uprooted and Overlooked’ exhibition which is touring the country to raise awareness of the 40 million internally displaced people around the world can now be viewed in Belfast Cathedral.
Dunmanway, the hometown of Sam Maguire, together with the Sam Maguire Bells project based at Saint Mary’s Church of Ireland Church in the town, featured on RTÉ’s Nationwide programme on Monday evening at 7pm.