Join in a different approach to worship at the next Worship and Wedges on Sunday, June 7th, at 6pm in the Parish Centre: music group, craft activity and talk followed by light supper of potato wedges and sausages.
It’s a new-look parish fair this Saturday, May 23rd, in the St Paul’s Parish Centre, church grounds and church, from 10.30am to 2.30pm (close to Glenageary Dart station). Along with the traditional garden, deli, bottles, white elephant and clothes etc stalls there will be a new Food Street with lots of home-baked goodies, children’s entertainment and live music. Admission adult €2, children €1 and family €5.
Donations of items to sell can be made at the Parish Centre this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 7pm-9pm.
The new Select Vestry appointed at the annual Easter General Vestry on Sunday May 10th is as follows:
Geoff Barry (Rector’s churchwarden), Rita Dalton (People’s churchwarden, job share) Erica Pickering (Rector’s glebewarden) Frank Gunning (People’s glebewarden), Roxanna Allen, Robert Barklie, Susan Barry, Joe Harvey, Paul Hatton, Walter Heseltine, Alan Lowther (Hon treasurer), Stuart Robertson, Sheila Wayman, Lynn Wiley, Margaret Woods (Hon secretary).
This Saturday, May 9th, there is a concert in St Paul’s featuring the Parish Choir singing a range of sacred music, including Rutter and Faure, along with organists Matthew Breen and Nathan Barrett playing a selection of organ music. Starts at 7.30pm. Admission free.
The following weekend the choir has been invited to sing a concert in St Eunan’s Cathedral, Raphoe, Co Donegal on Saturday, May 16th, and to sing at the cathedral’s Choral Eucharist the following morning.