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Diocesan Pentecost Service – Vision 20:20 Launch

The Slieve Russell Hotel was the venue for the diocese to be together in the one place to celebrate Pentecost. Hundreds came from every parish young and old to share in the day in worship and praise. The inspiring service was lead by clergy and lay ministers. Children and young people were included in inclusive […]

Royal Visit to St Columba’s, Drumcliffe

On Wednesday 20th May, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall attended an ecumenical service for peace and reconciliation at St Columba’s Church, Drumcliffe. The service was led by Dean Arfon Williams and local clergy from Sligo Churches Together – Revd Alan Mitchell, Canon Noel Regan, Fr Pat Lombard and Revd […]

Bishop’s Reflection – Service of Peace & Reconciliation

REFLECTION GIVEN BY BISHOP FERRAN GLENFIELD AT THE SERVICE O PEACE AND RECONCILIATION AT ST. COLUMBA’S DRUMCLIFFE, MAY 20th 2015 Isaiah of Jerusalem,was God’s spokesman in the Royal Court, during the time of: Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, Kings of Judah in the 8th Century BC. His writing is profound and poetic. A single strand binds his book […]

Easter Message from the Bishop

Easter is about death and resurrection. All around us in Spring we can see these two principles in action. This is no casual accident, for God has put them there in creation for all to see. On reflecting on death, the poet W.B. Yeats wrote: ‘ Nor dread nor hope attend A dying animal; A […]

Queens Chaplaincy Internships 2015/16

We are looking for two Hub Ministry Interns who will help deliver, develop, shape, and support every aspect of our worship, community and outreach. Is that you….? Areas of Ministry include: UP – Worship 101, Church of the Resurrection, Bible Study, Prayer Groups IN – Living in community, Weekly Gathering, Residentials, Hospitality, Guys & Girls […]

Queens Chaplaincy Open Day 2015

Are you considering applying to live in the chaplaincy for the 2015/16 year? Have you already applied? This year, we’ve decided to throw the doors of the Hub open on Saturday 18th April, from 12-3pm. There will be a chance to see around the residential houses, have a cup of tea or coffee in the […]

New Dean of Kilmore, Revd Nigel Crossey

Revd Nigel Crossey, Chaplain, St Columba’s College, to be Rector of Kilmore Group of Parishes and Dean of Kilmore, Diocese of Kilmore. Revd Nigel Crossey, Chaplain to St Columba’s College in Dublin, has been appointed Rector of the Kilmore Group of parishes and Dean of Kilmore. A native of Belfast, Nigel read Classics at Christ’s […]

On the Front Line – 1 Day CIEF Conference

14th March, 9.30 – 5.30. The Church of Ireland Evangelical Fellowship wishes to extend a very warm invitation to a Day Conference entitled ‘On the front line, Mission and the Local Church’. Taking place in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh and surrounding venues, on March 14th (9.30am – 5.30pm), this special day will focus on the […]

Lissadell Church to be featured on RTE1’s Nationwide Programme

Lissadell Church to be featured on RTE1’s Nationwide Programme, Friday 19th December @ 7pm Lissadell Church, in the Diocese of Elphin, recently hosted a successful Christmas Tree Festival and Craft Fair weekend.  An estimated two thousand people visited the church and adjoining Lissadell Centre over two days to enjoy the spectacle of over fifty Christmas trees, […]

Christmas Message from the Bishop

In the seasons of Advent and Christmas, the writings of the Old Testament prophet Isaiah, have been prominent. In one of his prophecies, Isaiah describes the promised Messiah, the Christ, as “ Wonderful Counsellor”. He will teach people about God and the way to God. In his unique life Jesus was a masterful teacher. As […]