NEXT SUNDAY’S SERVICES
Services next Sunday are open to the public and will be held in both St. Nahi's Church and in Christ Church. The service from Christ Church will also be live-streamed and may be viewed by clicking here
ST NAHI’S CHURCH SERVICES THIS SUNDAY
Unfortunately it was discovered during the week that some of the heaters in the church have a technical issue and are not working. Whilst there will be heat in the church it would be advisable to wear warmer clothes as a ‘just in case’. We apologise for the inconvenience and look forward to see you in St Nahi’s as usual.
SAY YES TO MY DRESS
Following on from the success of ‘Say yes to my dress’ back in April 2019 there is another evening planned for Friday 23rd February 2024 in Taney Parish Centre from 7.00pm – 9.30pm.
Clothes may be dropped off in the Parish Centre on Sunday 11th and 18th February and can be left behind the desk in the Foyer after church. Clothes may also be dropped off today 16th February, Monday 19th February and Tuesday 20th February between the hours of 1:30 – 2:30pm. In the unlikely event that you are unable to drop off clothing, please contact the Parish Office (01-2985491) and arrangements will be made to collect your donations. All funds will be donated to the parish.
During the weeks leading to Holy Week there will be a short midweek (Wednesday) evening service at 8pm in St Nahi’s Church - PLEASE NOTE LOCATION and TIME. Please mark these services in your diary and we look forward to welcoming you to join with us as we journey through the solemn season. Details of Holy Week Services will be published nearer the time. Midweek services begin this coming Wednesday 14thFebruary (Ash Wednesday) at 8pm.
|Wednesday 21st February
|Wednesday 28th February
|Wednesday 6th March
|Wednesday 13th March
|Wednesday 20th March
Confirmation classes will commence this coming Tuesday 20th February in the Church from 6.00pm – 7.00pm. As part of the Confirmation preparation, the candidates will be attending Winter Madness in Holy Trinity Church Rathmines.
TABLE QUIZ IN AID OF IRISH MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE ASSOCIATION (IMNDA)
There is a table quiz planned for this evening in The Goat Bar & Grill at 7:30pm sharp. Tables of 4/€50. You can register your team and team name and pay the fee on https://www.idonate.ie/pubquizimnda
Many of you may know that there is a young parishioner who is living with this disease and any support that you can give will be very much appreciated.
BE STILL COURSE
The next evening is planned for Tuesday the 20th February at 8pm.
SHINE A LIGHT FOR THE DIOCESE JERUSALEM APPEAL
The United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough have launched an appeal to support the Diocese of Jerusalem in its efforts to deal with the impact of the current war. ‘Shine a Light for the Diocese of Jerusalem’ the funds raised by Dublin and Glendalough will go to support the Diocese of Jerusalem and its institutions in dealing with the fall out of the conflict in whatever way is needed. Archbishop Michael Jackson has urged the people of the dioceses and beyond to support this appeal for the Diocese of Jerusalem. He said: “The deepening situation of distress and disintegration of human life and of human dignity in Israel and Gaza deserves our response and our support.
You can make your donation by contacting the Parish Office on 01-2985491 or placing your donation on the collection plate any Sunday between now and the time the appeal closes at the end of Lent clearly marked ‘Jerusalem’. Your support is very much appreciated. The Rector
SOUP FOR GAZA
Our Ecumenical partners in Holy Cross Church, Dundrum are very kindly hosting Lenten Lunches in their Pastoral Centre on Dundrum Main Street. All proceeds raised will be passed to the Rector for distribution to the Diocesan Appeal. We are most grateful to Monsignor Paul Callan and his team in supporting the Shine a Light for the Diocese of Jerusalem Appeal. Soup lunches will be available on the following Tuesdays – 20th February, 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th March from 12.30pm – 1.30pm. A suggested donation of €5 is recommended.
Dublin and Glendalough Youth Council presents Winter Madness in Holy Trinity, Rathmines, on Saturday February 24 at 7.30pm. This worship evening is for youth and young adults, and they are joined by the Summer Madness team who have organised the worship band (led by Oliver Rea). The speaker for the evening will be Lawrence Bellew. This is a chance to join with other groups around Dublin, Wicklow and beyond, and there’s no strings attached – it’s free.
If you have a child in secondary school and would like them to join our confirmation class at this event, please contact the parish office on 01-2985491
When: 24th February 2024
Where: Holy Trinity, Rathmines
Age: Secondary school and students (youth and young adults) NB. under 18’s should come with an adult (group/guardian)
The Rector continues to make contact with parishioners who have been admitted to hospital, wherever possible. Due to rising Covid numbers physical access to hospitals may be curtailed for Chaplains. Please inform the Parish Office if you or another parishioner or family member is admitted to hospital. We are also happy to include those who so wish in our Parish Prayer List. In the event of a pastoral concern or emergency, the Rector is available on the Parish emergency phone (083 477 1673).
Parish Office opening hours: Monday – Friday 9.30am – 1.30pm.
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On-call telephone number. The clergy now operate a designated emergency telephone number: 083 477 1673
This number may be called in case or cases of pastoral emergency only, should there be no reply from the parish office or clergy numbers.