This Afternoon: Stroll in the Park. Killiney Hill Park at 2pm. Join us for our first ever September Stroll in the Park, an exciting fundraising walk around Killiney Hill and Dalkey quarry. This will be a great afternoon out for the whole family, so come along and together we can help 'stamp out poverty.
Routes We have three different routes suitable for all walking abilities; one of which is accessible for buggies and wheelchair users. All routes are dog-friendly, so don't forget to bring your furry friends along too!
Registration commences at 2pm in Killiney Hill car park. We look forward to seeing you (and the sunshine) there! In order to help us 'stamp out poverty', donations are welcome on the day or you could even gather sponsorship from family and friends.
The money you raise will fund life-changing projects for women in Burkina Faso, Honduras, Malawi and Ethiopia. This is part of Christian Aid’s Breaking the Barriers programme which aims to increase rural women’s jobs and income in the sustainable energy sector, improve working and living conditions, promote gender equality, and strengthen women's social status. Plus, every €1 you raise will be worth €5, thanks to EU match funding for our Breaking the Barriers project. That’s five times the number of lives you can help transform!
Wednesday 10.30am Holy Communion.
Bowles 8pm in the Parish Centre.
Whist Drives Further dates are as follows: 11th October, 8th November and 13th December, the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7.45 in Parish Centre.
Simon Community Your support would be appreciated: Tea, coffee, sugar or other non-perishable food, or small items of clothing. Donation Box at back of church.
Harvest Thanksgiving. The Summer has brought many blessings to our parish, along with the completion of essential projects. Our Church heating system has now been successfully installed. However, this project did require additional unplanned works, incurring additional spend and this along with planned necessary remedial work to the toilets in the Parish Centre has had an impact on our financial resources. With this in mind and our warmed bodies and hearts, we will be having a Gift Day as part of our Harvest Thanksgiving Service on Sunday October 7th towards the work and witness of our Parish. Gift envelopes will be available in the pews or from the church wardens.
Glasthule Opera Concert
A special evening of operatic arias from favourite composers including Mozart, Verdi and Puccini will take place in St Paul’s Church, Glenageary on Friday 12th October at 7:30 pm. Tickets €10, contact Alan Winter on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 087 7955360. Tickets are also available on-line at Eventbrite.ie Supporting Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
Next Sunday 30th September the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity.
9am Holy Communion Service
10.30am Healing Service
Service schedule for the autumn: Copies can be collected from Churchwardens.