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Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Road Trip

“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray, and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear them from Heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14 In response to the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s call to prayer, […]

Girls Friendly Society Diocesan Festival Service

The Girls Friendly Society Diocesan Festival Service this year included a celebration of 140 years of G.F.S. work in Ireland. The magnificent 17ft birthday banner welcomed all to Drung on Sunday 28th May. The bright sunshine was perfect for banners from all ten branches in Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh to line up outside the church […]

Death of Rev. Canon Liz McElhinney

It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the death of Rev. Canon Liz McElhinney. She passed away peacefully on 13th June at Thompson House Hospital, Lisburn. Rev. Liz serviced as Priest-in-Charge of the Roscommon Group of Parishes until August 2015 and will be fondly remembered by parishioners and members of the wider […]

Service of Welcome for Revd. Edward Yendall as Minister-in-Charge of the Boyle Group of Parishes

Revd. Edward Yendall with Bishop Ferran Glenfield, Revd. David Bruce, Rev. Canon Jerry Hanley, Rev. Dr Heather Morris and clergy and lay readers from the Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh. On Thursday 1st June friends, colleagues and parishioners gathered in Boyle Parish Church to welcome Revd. Edward Yendall as the new Minister-In-Charge (part-time) of […]

Thy Kingdom Come

yKea, the Youth organisation of the Diocese of Kilmore, Elpin and Ardagh are currently on a week long prayer road trip around the Diocese. The initiative is a response to Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby’s invitation to Christians across the world to pray between Ancension Day and Pentecost. “In praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ we all […]

Opportunity for an internship

Have you ever considered experiencing working in a school and church setting? An unique opportunity has arisen for an internship in the Royal School Cavan combined with a local parish group. Accommodation will be provided in the school with some boarding duties along with living expenses. If you would like to consider this please contact […]

Church and Society Commission launches leaflet on spiritual care in dementia

The Church of Ireland’s Church and Society Commission launched a leaflet on the spiritual care of people living with dementia at the Church of Ireland General Synod, in Limerick, on Thursday, 4th May.  The leaflet is also available online at https://www.ireland.anglican.org/resources/435/spiritual-care-in-dementia Speaking of the launch, the Revd Adrian Dorrian said: “Dementia continues to be an […]

The Mothers’ Union: 13 Decades of Love and Service

On Tuesday 9th of May the Mothers’ Union held a Day of Celebration and Thanksgiving in Carrick-on-Shannon. Members and friends joined All-Ireland President, Phyllis Grothier in a service of worship led by Bishop Ferran Glenfield. During the service, three candles were lit to celebrate “13 Decades of Love and Service”. The first candle was lit […]

Revd. Nick Jones Instituted as the Rector of the Drung Group of Parishes

Last Friday evening, the 28th April, Revd. Nick Jones was officially instituted as the Rector of the Drung Group of Parishes consisting of Drung, Castleterra (Ballyhaise), Larah & Lavey and Killoughter (Redhills). Family, friends, parishioners as well as members of the wider Diocese gathered for a wonderful service in Drung Parish Church which was led […]