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Diocesan 20/20 Vision: A People of Prayer

Prayer is critical to the Christian life lived out as individuals and collectively as church communities. In the diocesan 20/20 Vision we have committed ourselves to be people of prayer, who depend on God for everything. This year 2016 is one in which prayer is being emphasized. In this we draw our inspiration and instruction […]

2016 DKEA Resource Day

Worthy of your Calling This Saturday, 16th April, parishioners and clergy from around the Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh gathered in the Bush Hotel in Carrick-on-Shannon for this year’s Diocesan Resource Day. Ministry and mission are for all. The local church is a place for everyone to exercise their ministry and mission and the […]

Applications open for YWCA Peace and Justice Training

The YWCA is running a training course for young women on peace and justice between 12th and 15th June 2016 in Newcastle Co. Down. As part of the training, young women aged 30 and under from Ireland, the UK, Palestine and Denmark will come together to discuss their experiences of peace and justice and to learn skills […]

Rev. Tanya Woods, appointed as Rector of the Annagh Group

The Rev. Tanya Woods, has been appointed as Rector of the Annagh Group of parishes in the Diocese of Kilmore. Tanya has been minister in charge of the Annagh Group, consisting of: Belturbet,Cloverhill, Drumaloor and Drumlane for the past two years. Her Institution will take place in Belturbet on Friday 22nd April.

Irish College of Preachers Conference 2016

Details have been announced by the Irish College of Preachers for their 2016 Conference, which will be held in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute from 14th-16th September. The guest speaker is David Huss, Rector of the Donegal Group of Parishes and Archdeacon of Raphoe. David is an accomplished preacher and teacher and the Conference […]

Safari Supper – 5th March

Calry Church are holding a Safari Supper on Saturday 5th March to raise funds for a region of the world in real need of support: Kindu in the DR Congo. The evening begins with a starter in Kilgallen’s on the Mall from 6 pm. The main course will be served in the Catacombs and so […]

The Ven. Isaac Hanna Released On Bail

As part of a Friends of Sligo Gaol fundraiser, the Venerable Isaac Hanna was arrested on Saturday 13th of February and remanded into custody on the charge of ‘getting rid of communion wine that was out of date’. The complaint had been made to the authorities by one, Ms. Sally Siggins. The nominators have, however, met […]