The Annual Diocesan Service of Wholeness and Healing takes place on Sunday, 20th October, at 3.30pm in Christ Church Cathedral. With guest preacher Daniel Nuzum and music from the cathedral choir, the service is sure to nourish the soul. There will be an opportunity for the laying on of hands and blessing with oil. All are welcome.
Our Annual Thanksgiving Service & Gift Day with Holy Communion and Prayers for Healing will take place onWednesday, 26th June 2013, at 3.00pm in St George & St Thomas’s Church Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 1.
The Very Revd Dermot Dunne will preach, and there will be an opportunity for prayer with the laying on of hands and anointing with oil for those who desire it.
All are welcome to join us for the service and to remain afterwards for some light refreshments.
This service is hosted with the help and contributions of the Dublin & Glendalough Diocesan Committee.
Join us Wednesday, 29th of May, for refreshments in Egan House, where Us. (the new name for USPG) and CMHI offices are located, prior to a special celebration of the Eucharist in St Michan’s at 7.30. The Most Revd Richard Clarke, Archbishop of Armagh, will preside, and the Rt Revd Ellinah Wamukoya, Bishop of Swaziland will preach. A reception will follow, and all are very welcome to attend any and all of the above. If you plan to attend, please contact Linda Chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org), so that the appropriate numbers are catered for.
The Dublin & Glendalough Diocesan Committee has organised a seminar on End of Life for those serving in parochial ministry. From the brochure:
During his Presidential address at the Diocesan Synod in October Archbishop Michael outlined some areas that he would like to highlight in the years ahead. One of these was our response to those who are approaching the end of life. This seminar has been organized in order to give those serving in the Parochial Ministry some pointers to deal with this very sensitive issue. It is our hope that you will leave here better equipped to minister sensitively to the dying and their families. To die with dignity must be a great blessing. By understanding our own attitudes better, we are empowered to help others at this very sensitive time in their lives.
The seminar will take place on Thursday, 18th April 2013 from 9.30am to 3.30pm. To request further details or register attendance, please contact the Rev Mark Wilson before 22nd March by emailing stnicholas[at]eircom[dot]com.
All are welcome to attend a Lenten Quiet Day on Saturday, 9th March 2013.
Led by Bishop Patrick Rooke, the event will take place at the Mageough Home, Rathmines, from 10am to 3pm.
The event is organized by the Dublin & Glendalough Diocesan Committee, who will provide soup, tea, and coffee. Attendees are encouraged to bring a sandwich to complete their lunch.
To enquire further or to register your attendance, please contact the central office using the contact page on this website or by calling (1) 872 7876.
The photograph below is by the Revd Patrick Comerford and used with his permission.
The Revd Daniel Nuzum, chaplain at Cork University Hospital, will be performing the broadcast Service on Sunday, 27 January, at 11:45am on RTE Radio 1 Extra (LW252 & online). The theme will be modern epiphanies and finding God in unexpected places. The service will explore healing, suicide, birth, and hope , featuring the story of Talia, a little girl Daniel cared for as a chaplain, and the spiritual journey of her parents through a very difficult time.
CMH: Ireland is now recruiting for a part-time Ministry Facilitator. Closing date for applications is 4th February 2013.
To request a job description and application form, contact the Ministry Co-ordinator, Jessica Stone:
T (o1) 872 7876
Applications should be sent to:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
THE CHURCH’S MINISTRY OF HEALING: IRELAND
ST MICHAN’S CHURCH
The Annual General Meeting for the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland will be held at St Michan’s Church at 2.00. Attendees are welcome to a light lunch beforehand at 1.00, served in Egan House.
Archbishop Michael Jackson to preach at Dublin & Glendalough’s 80th Annual Diocesan Service in Christ Church Cathedral on Sunday, 21st October 2012, at 3.30 pm.