Monthly Archives: October 2021

Part-time job opportunity

St Paul’s Church, Parish of Glenageary, Co. Dublin seeks to appoint a
Parish Facilities Administrator.
Location: St Paul’s Church & Parish Centre, Glenageary, Co. Dublin
Responsible to: Chair of the Management Committee

Contract type: Part-time – circa 25 hours per week. A written contract between the appointee and St Paul’s will be entered into following a mutually satisfactory probationary period.
Position summary
This is a part-time post, reporting to the Chair of the Management Committee. The Parish Facilities Administrator will primarily have responsibility for the smooth running of a busy and dynamic Parish Centre. St Paul’s Parish Centre provides state-of-the-art facilities for both parish and community-based organisations. Details may be found elsewhere on this website. (See Parish Centre tab at the top.)
Enquiries and applications
A detailed job description, outlining key responsibilities, may be obtained from the Hon. Secretary to the Select Vestry at or by post from Margaret Woods, c/o St Paul’s Rectory, 1 Silchester Road, Glenageary, Co. Dublin, A96 T0C1. 
Applications detailing your relevant experience should be submitted to the Hon. Secretary (contact details above); the closing date for receipt of applications is November 23rd, 2021. 
All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
This post is subject to the provisions of Safeguarding Trust.

Harvest Thanksgiving

We waited until the choir could be back singing before having our annual Harvest Thanksgiving, which will now be on Sunday, October 31st, at 10.30am. The church will be decorated for the occasion at 3pm the previous day – please come along with garden flowers, foliage and fruit and vegetables and/or to lend a helping hand.

A glimpse of ‘normal’ in schedule of special services for the rest of the year

As we look forward to the lifting of most, if not all, of the remaining restrictions on public worship and parish life after October 22nd, here is a list of upcoming services (unless prevented by  public health measures):
31st October A Service of Harvest Thanksgiving 10.30am
7th November Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving of Loved Ones 7pm
14th November Remembrance Sunday Act of Remembrance and prayers for peace 10.30am
28th November The First Sunday of Advent
19th December Service of Nine Lessons and Carols by Candlelight 7pm
24th December The First Eucharist of Christmas 11.30 pm
25th December (Saturday) Christmas Day Holy Communion 8.15 am Family Service 10.30 am