The Church of Ireland’s responses in the United Kingdom’s time of national mourning following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
Where parishes are planning around Remembrance Sunday, those making plans are encouraged to use the Remembrance Sunday lections on the Sunday most appropriate in their local context.
The Church of Ireland has launched a grants scheme (on behalf of Benefact Trust), to support outreach work for Ukrainian (primarily) and Afghan refugees.
This two–part service involving two combined congregations took place in Enniskillen on Sunday, 18th September 2022.
As our teenagers and young adults look forward to increasing youth ministry opportunities for 2023, the Church of Ireland Youth Department’s Young Leaders in Ministry Fund is once again open for applications.
Hear the Reverend Trevor Sargent talk about caring for the world and to the Reverend Janet Finlay about caring for one’s mental health and how a walking group in Portlaoise is an example of something to try.
It’s Day 2 of the National Ploughing Championships and a warm welcome awaits you at the Church of Ireland stand.
Everyone is welcome to the Church of Ireland stand at the National Ploughing Championships which are running until tomorrow (Thursday), having started on Tuesday.
Archbishops John McDowell and Eamon Martin attended the State Funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II alongside representatives of other Christian denominations from Northern Ireland.