There’s a chance to gather in St Paul’s church to remember family and friends who have died, this Sunday, November 6th, at 7pm, at our annual Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Loved Ones. You are invited to participate in a time of quiet reflection, with appropriate readings and music.
If you would like the name of a loved one to be read out at this service, please add their name to the list, which you will find on the table at the back of the church, or email email@example.com before this Friday.
The political drama All the President’s Men, starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford (pictured below) , will be shown at the Parish Film Night this Thursday, October 27th at 8pm in the Parish Centre. It will be introduced by Philip Molloy of Newstalk. Please book a seat by emailling firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, November 6th at 7 pm we will have our annual Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Loved Ones. You are invited to participate in a time of quiet reflection, with appropriate readings and music, as we remember those of our families and friends who have died.
If you would like the name of a loved one to be read out at this service, please add their name to the list which you will find on the table at the back of the church.
My name is Emma and I am a teacher in Glenageary Killiney National School. This half term I plan to work with the unaccompanied children of the Calais Refugee Camp. More than 1,000 children aged between eight and 17 have arrived alone to one of the scariest, unsafe places in Europe with no grown-ups to protect and provide for them. As winter draws in their tents are no match for the cold, floods are a constant problem and their future is uncertain as the French authorities have declared that it is their intention to demolish the camp.
Please help me to try and make the lives of these children a little easier. I am collecting warm clothes size small and medium, shoes sizes 40+, sleeping bags, unlocked smart phones, also the boys love comics and sports magazines of any kind. Donations can be left into GKNS, Wyvern Estate, Killiney Road on or before this Friday, October 21st.
The special preacher at our Harvest Thanksgiving this Sunday, October 16th, at 10.30am will be the Right Revd Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross (pictured below). Coffee afterwards will be served by members of the Badminton Club, in aid of the Blackrock Hospice.
The church will be decorated from 9am this Saturday, October 15th, for the Harvest . All volunteers are welcome to come and help (no experience necessary!). Donations of vegetables, fruit or flowers will be gratefully received and these will go to the Capuchin Fathers afterwards.