Monthly Archives: August 2016

Come and see what it’s like to sing in the St Paul’s choir

Choir practices will start again in the church on Wednesday, September 7th at the usual time of 7.15pm. Anyone who thinks they might be interested in joining the choir is very welcome to come along to a few practices, without any obligation, to see what the choir does and how it feels to be singing as part of this group.  Our director of music and organist Nathan Barrett would love to hear from you: on 086 846 0658 or by email:

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Autumn activities in Parish Centre

Some of the outsider users of the St Paul’s Parish Centre who are gearing up for Autumn include:

Leeson Park School of Music Kindergarten class reopens Tuesday, September 6th at 10 am in Parish Centre for babies/toddlers up to two-and-a-half years old with guardians. Colourstrings Music Education through singing, movement, percussion, listening and fun. See for further details and contact Teresa at 085 816 4002. Cost for a full year  is €495 which is paid on a term-by-term basis.

Fitness League classes re-start in the Parish Centre on Wednesday, September 7th and Friday, September 9th at 10am.  If you would like to find out more, please contact Lesley Moore on 087 7485154.

A new Beginners’ Pilates eight-week course starts in the Parish Centre on Friday, September 2nd, at 10.45am. Cost  €144; max eight places. Contact Linda on 087 225 3820 or: See also

Last call for parish cruise on the Shannon

There are still a few places available for the Parish Outing  on Saturday, September 17th,  which will include a cruise on the River Shannon from Banagher to Shannonbridge, followed by a guided tour of Clonmacnoise.  Lunch stop over at Lukers Pub and Restaurant, Shannonbridge. The bus leaves from St Paul’s at 8 am and is due to return to  Glenageary at 6.15 pm approx.  Cost, not including lunch, €35 per person.  To reserve your seat please contact John White Tel: 087 2594729

Outdoor service and family barbecue on August 28th

All are invited to our now traditional outdoor service in the grounds of the church, on Sunday, August 28th, followed by a family barbecue, to mark the end of the summer holidays. Please note the later starting time of 12 noon for the service and it will go ahead regardless of the weather, even if it means we have to retreat into the Parish Centre – but we’ve been lucky so far!
There will also be an opportunity to register your child for Sunday Club (ages 4-12) which will begin again on Sunday September 11th.