A group of Christian women in Cuba have prepared the interdenominational service to mark World Day of Prayer this Friday, March 4th. St Paul’s is hosting the local area service at 11am and all are welcome.
The Archbishop of Dublin will be in St Paul’s this Saturday, February 27th, to confirm 14 young people from St Paul’s and two from Holy Trinity, Killiney, in a service starting at 7pm. All are welcome.
The newly confirmed will be at the Parish Communion the following morning at 10.30am, where they will receive a presentation from the Rector on behalf of the parish.
After this service there will be a soup lunch in the Parish Centre, hosted by the Sunday Club, in aid of the Simon Community. All welcome.
A weekly Lenten Bible Study and Discussion Group, starts on Monday, February 15th in the Minor Hall (upstairs) of the Parish Centre at 8 pm. The programme is based on Biblical Association for the Church of Ireland Lent Bible Study 2016 “Reconciliation”. The first night’s theme is Power and service; Mon 22nd: Transcending boundaries; Mon 29th: Reaching out to the other; Mar 7th: Taking down the walls; Mar 14th: Do as you would be done by. Each session will last for approximately one hour and all are very welcome.
Meanwhile the extra midweek service of Holy Communion at 7.15am during Lent continues this Wednesday, in addition to the 11am service.
On Ash Wednesday, February 10th, and on each Wednesday in Lent, there will be a short service of Holy Communion at 7.15 am (lasting approximately 20 minutes) in addition to the usual service at 11am.
There will also be a Lenten Bible Study and Discussion Group, which will meet on the Mondays of Lent in the Minor Hall (upstairs) of the Parish Centre at 8 pm. The programme is based on Biblical Association for the Church of Ireland Lent Bible Study 2016 “Reconciliation”. The themes are: Mon 15th Power and service; Mon 22nd Transcending boundaries; Mon 29th Reaching out to the other; Mar 7th Taking down the walls; Mar 14th Do as you would be done by.
Each session will last for approximately one hour and all are very welcome.
We’re looking for volunteers to ring the bells for around 15 minutes before the Sunday 10.30am service as they are a pleasure for all to hear. It’s fun and no musical training is required – but you do have to be able to climb into the belfry. Would anyone who is interested in having a go, with a view to joining a roster of ringers, please contact John White by email email@example.com or tel 087 259 4729 Simple instruction will be given.