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Synod 2017

General Synod 2017
The General Synod
of the Church of Ireland

General Synod 2017

South Court Hotel, Limerick, 4th – 6th May

Welcome to the official website for the Church of Ireland General Synod 2017 which took place in the South Court Hotel, Limerick, Thursday 4th to Saturday 6th May, 2017.

We hope you will take the time to visit each section of our website to find out more about the ongoing work and mission of the Church of Ireland as reflected in the General Synod meeting.

You can view reports, news items and photographs to give you a flavour of the life of the annual meetings of Synod. This will allow those who are not able to be with us in Limerick, and visitors from the wider world, to feel part of our work.
There was an audio broadcast during Synod, which was available via the link on the left hand side.

There is a twitter feed using the hashtag #coigs.  This hashtag will also be used for Facebook and Instagram as well as other social media outlets.

In 2018, General Synod will return to Armagh and will take place in the Armagh City hotel from Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th May 2018.

We hope you enjoy your visit and pray God’s blessing upon you and all that you do in His name.

            The Most Revd Richard Clarke, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland
            The Most Revd Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland


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