Monthly Archives: September 2019

Pets’ service this Sunday

All are invited to bring a pet to church for our annual service of blessing and thanksgiving for the companionship of animals this Sunday, October 6th, at 10.30am. There will be a retiring collection for the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind. The service will also mark the end of the Season of Creation, which officially closes on October 4th, the feast day of St Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.

Parish Film Night

The US spy thriller Clear and Present Danger, based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name and starring Harrison Ford (above), will be shown at the first Film Night of the new season this Thursday, September 26th at 8pm, in the Parish Centre, introduced by Philip Molloy. Admission is free but let us know if you’re coming by emailing

Open night at indoor bowls

Anybody who would like to give indoor bowling a try is invited to come along to an open night hosted by St Paul’s Indoor Bowling Club on Wednesday, September 18th, 7.30pm-9.30pm. Indoor bowling is for people of all ages and is fun, sociable and can be as competitive as you want it to be!
 The club, which is keen to recruit new members, meets on Wednesday and Friday nights in the Parish Centre. Social play is very important for members and the club also enters (about four) teams in various cup and league competitions run by the D&DUCIBA ,which involves parishes around Dublin.  Please come along to the open night and give bowling  a try over a cup of tea.If you have any queries, contact David Pain on 087 2197512.

Sunday Club resumes this Sunday

Parents of young children please note that Sunday Club will begin again this Sunday, September 8th. Sunday Club meets on the second and fourth Sunday of each month. Participants should be aged 4+. Children are encouraged to come for the start of church at 10.30am before leaving for Sunday club during the singing of the second hymn (after approx.15 minutes).