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3D Virtual Tour of St Doulagh’s Church

Resurrecting Monuments, a community archaeology group based in Baldoyle, working with the Friends of St.Doulagh’s  have created a virtual tour of St.Doulagh’s Church. Enjoy!

Click here for the virtual tour of St.Doulagh's

Parish newsletter

View the latest edition (July-August 2021) of the Parish Mirror!

 

More information about the Parish Mirror

In-person Worship

In-person worship takes place each Sunday in St. Doulagh’s at 10am and St. Andrews 11.30am.

Further details are available here: Churches are Open

An alternative zoom service will continue for the time being at 10.30 am on the usual link.

 

Vacancy arrangements

Details of the arrangements during the Parish vacancy are now available

Further information

Our Vision / Mission

  • A flourishing parish, regardless of the economic climate
  • A community of people who worship together, pray together, grow together, learn together and care together
  • A parish that makes a difference - where our Lord is central to all we do
  • A living parish that reaches out to others

News

Thank You Anne

Finally, after six months after she departed from her role as Parish Administrator, we were able to get together to present Anne with a token of our gratitude. Obviously, it wasn’t the large gathering that would traditionally have been held but instead, Anne and Neville Taplin, Brian Brown and I met in the Parish Centre…

Churches are Open

In-person worship takes place each Sunday in St. Doulagh’s at 10am and St. Andrews 11.30am. Face masks must be worn unless medically exempt. Please sanitise your hands on arrival. Please adhere to social distancing when arriving, leaving or queueing for Holy Communion. Service sheets will be supplied which will include a contact tracing form to be…

Parish Centre Update

The Parish Centre is getting busier, as restrictions are lifted more activities are able to come back. In July, Ballet is returning for a Summer Camp as too are Irish Dancing. Never to be deterred over the last few months, when the weather was kind, Irish Dancing made use of the yard and were able…

Parish Accounts

The Parish accounts for the year ending 31st December 2020 are now available Parish Accounts

Annual Easter General Vestry Meeting

Our Annual Easter Vestry Meeting, attended by 54 parishioners, took place by Zoom on Wed. 14th April and was chaired by our priest in charge and rural dean, Rev Lesley Robinson. Hon. Secretary, Nigel Warburton, presented the  Minutes of the previous meeting which took place on 31st August 2020.  The minutes were accepted and passed….

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