Monthly Archives: October 2014

Remembrance of loved ones and Worship & Wedges this Sunday

Our annual service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Loved Ones takes place this Sunday evening, November 2nd, at 7pm. You are invited to participate in a time of quiet reflection, with appropriate music from the choir, as we remember those of our families and friends who have died.
Also this Sunday, there will be Worship & Wedges in the Parish Centre at 6.30pm, led by the Rev Abigail Sines. This is an informal act of worship for all ages, featuring the new music group, which is followed by supper of sausages and potato wedges.


‘Chinatown’ to feature at Film Night

Chinatown, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway  (pictured below), will be screened at the Film Night this Thursday, October 23rd. Philip Molloy, presenter of Newstalk’s The Picture Show and Right Hook Movies, will introduce the film, starting at 8pm in the Parish Centre. Email  stpaulsdub@gmail  to hold a seat. Admission free but there will be a chance to contribute towards the Dining Room in Dun Laoghaire parish.


Pets service this Sunday for all creatures great and small

You are invited to bring your pet to church this Sunday, October 19th, for an all-age service of thanksgiving for the companionship of animals – and if you don’t have a live animal, bring a toy one. A few rules: Please keep your wonderful creature(s) under control.  Birds, guinea pigs, hamsters, etc. to be kept in cages, out of the way of cats, and cats and rabbits to be kept in cages, out of the way of dogs, and dogs to be kept on a leash at all times.  We don’t want any unplanned and tragic eating episodes. Pooper scooper rules apply too.  All sorts of animals are welcome.
 Adele Trapnell will speak about her work as a puppy walker and there will be a retiring collection for the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.pets2