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Annual Thanksgiving Service & Gift Day

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You are warmly invited to our annual Thanksgiving Service & Gift Day, this year held in St Michan’s Church, at 3.30pm on Sunday, 22 June 2014.

This is a Service of Wholeness & Healing with Holy Communion, and there will be an opportunity for prayer ministry with the laying on of hands and anointing with oil for those who desire it.  Our celebrant is the Very Rev Dermot Dunne, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, and our preacher is the Rt Rev Patrick Rooke, Bishop of Tuam, Killala & Achonry and Chairman of the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland.

We can also look forward to some special music on the harp from the Rev Anne-Marie O’Farrell, and some refreshments after the service. We’re hoping the weather will be nice for an al fresco reception!

Getting to St Michan’s is easy. The Four Courts stop on the Luas Red Line is just opposite the church, and Dublin Bus no 83 stops right outside the building. Dublin Bus numbers 37, 39(a), 145, 25(a/b), 70, 66, 67, 79(a), 51d all stop along the quays, just a few minutes’ walk away. If you are planning to drive, in addition to on-street parking, there are also Smithfield MultiStorey Carpark on New Church Street (€2.20/hr or €12 per day) and the Four Courts Carpark on Ussher’s Quay (€4 for the day), both nearby.

If you have any questions, please email or telephone our Ministry Coordinator, Jessica Stone (hello[at]ministryofhealing[dot]ie or (1) 872 7876).



Sunday, 22 June 2014
3.30pm
St Michan's Church, Church Street, Dublin 7

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Egan House, St Michan’s Church,
Church Street, Dublin 7

T (01) 872 7876
E hello@ministryofhealing.ie

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