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Sun shines on Connor youth weekend

The sun shone on more than 110 young people and youth leaders who all had a fantastic time at the annual ‘Connor takes the Castle’ weekend.

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RTÉ documentary by Philip McKinley applies Jeremiah’s wisdom to Dublin’s heart

Tomorrow night – Tuesday September 10 – at 11.25pm, RTÉ will broadcast a new documentary entitled The Prophets Are Weeping, as part of its Future Visions series, which was written and directed by Philip McKinley, a Masters in Theology student in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute/Trinity College Dublin.

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Commission on Ministry

Suggested hymns and songs for Vocation Sunday

Just six days to go to Vocation Sunday. Please feel free to check out our suggested hymns and songs on this theme.

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Commission on Ministry

Pathways to ordination and understanding selection

Do you sense that God may be calling you into ordained ministry? If so, you may find our articles on pathways to ordination and understanding selection useful.

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Commission on Ministry

God’s calls in the Bible

Explore how God called people into his service. There are many ordinary people in the Bible who are called to extraordinary ministry.

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Commission on Ministry

Lay ministry in the Church of Ireland

Every Christian is a minister! Lay ministry covers an enormously wide variety of expressions, including acts of pastoral care, charitable service and supportive prayer.

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Diocesan News

Ordination in Killyman

The Revd Christopher West was ordained Deacon Intern in Killyman Parish Church last Sunday evening, 1st September 2019.

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Diocesan News

Institution in Mullabrack & Kilcluney

The Revd Dr Peter Munce was instituted as Rector of the Parishes of Mullabrack and Kilcluney, in the Diocese of Armagh, on Wednesday, 4th September 2019.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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‘For whom the bell tolls’

Ireland’s oldest bell ringer honoured With new competition

The inaugural Galbraith Cup bell ringing competition took place in Christ Church, Taney, on Saturday afternoon (August 31). The eight bell open ringing competition attracted eight teams from towers as far afield as Cork and Limerick in the south and Drumbo and Bangor in the north.

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