St Andrew’s Church Organ—–An Update

It is planned that a work programme on refurbishing the organ in St Andrew’s Church will commence later this year. As parishioners will know, the organ – built by Belfast firm Evans and Barr and installed in Malahide in 1908 – has needed substantial repair for some time. It had been thought originally that it…

CHURCH ORGAN APPEAL

An appeal has been launched to raise funds to refurbish the organ in St Andrew’s Church, Malahide. A project plan has been agreed by the Select Vestry to carry out the work extending over two phases during 2024 and 2025. After considering various  alternatives to replace the  existing instrument and consulting with several independent advisors…

Easter General Vestry

The Easter General vestry took place on the 18th April 2024. The members of the Select vestry can be found here : Contacts TheRector’s report can be found here:Rector’s report The Parish accounts for the year ending 2023 can be found here:Parish accounts yr ending 31st December 2023

Director of Music appointed in St Andrew’s Church, Malahide

Eoin Conway has been appointed to the newly created post of Director of Music in St Andrew’s Church, Malahide. In addition to his duties on a Sunday, Eoin will be responsible for fostering a culture of music centred around St Andrew’s Church involving the wider Malahide community. Eoin is a singer, conductor, pianist, and arranger/composer…

Rodney Baldwin Organist and Choirmaster retires from his post

Rodney Baldwin’s final Sunday as Organist and Choirmaster in St Andrew’s Church will be on Easter Sunday. Mr Baldwin has been organist in Malahide for over 44 years – a fine record by any standards. On hearing of his decision to retire, the Select Vestry, at their February meeting, recorded their thanks to him for…

World Day of Prayer

Friday 1st March 2024 at 7PMST ANDREW’S CHURCH followed by REFRESHMENTS served in the Parish Centre. Given the ongoing conflictin the Holy Land, the service – prepared four years ago by the Christian women of Palestine – has added poignancy. The theme is ‘Bear with one another in love’ Ephesians 4:4. This special service provides…

LENT 2024 – Good Grief

Finding Meaning in Loss – an Ecumenical Journey for Lent There will be a Service in St Andrew’s Church at 7.30p.m. marking Ash Wednesday. On the four Wednesday nights following, we will join with St. Anne’s Church, Portmarnock, Sacred Heart Church, Yellow Walls and St Sylvester’s Church, Malahide, also at 7.30 p.m., to explore the…

Vacancy — Children & Family Worker

 The parish wishes to appoint a Children and Family Worker, on a part-time basis, to work with our growing number of young families. We believe that family is a crucial aspect of church and community life and are seeking to expand our ministry to children and young families in particular. The successful candidate will oversee…

Christmas Market 2023—An Outstanding Success

Without doubt, the 2023 Christmas Market was one of the best of recent years. From a financial point of view, it raised €15,180 which exceeded all expectations. In fact, the amount raised is the second highest figure in the last ten years. However, the Christmas Market is not just about raising money, important though that…

Christmas Market Raffle Winners

  Prize No. Prize Winner 1 Ferry Trip for car to Britain Ian Crampton 2 X Box Karen Brown 3 Garden House voucher €250 Max Carey 4 Luxury Hamper Kevin O’Loughlin 5 LEGO Batman Hero Tim Haynes 6 Lego Cargo Train Grace Bagnall 7 LEGO Christmas Set Oonagh Kinsman 8 Sheridan Cheese & Wine Hayley…