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A church without labels in our worship





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In our services we aspire to what is best in both traditional and modern – to be a church without labels in our worship, teaching, prayer and fellowship.


Sunday service times may be found on the right.

Our Family Service is on the fourth Sunday of the month – it is a good opportunity for children, parents and senior members alike to worship together.

Sunday Seekers (on other Sundays) welcomes children aged 4 and above. We also have a crèche for under 4’s.
Coffee is served after every 10.30am service in the Swann Hall. When a 5th Sunday occurs in a month, coffee and scones are served in aid of Bishops’ Appeal.

Baptisms, confirmation, weddings and funerals are naturally at the heart of our church life. We aim to be encouraging and welcoming to all and would be happy to advise with any enquiries. Please contact the Rector or the Parish Office.

Every Wednesday morning Holy Communion is celebrated at 10.30 am.
This is followed by coffee to which all are very welcome.

Bible Study

Our Bible study group meets every Wednesday at 7:30 pm, in the Parish Centre quiet room. We offer a thoughtful discussion on the Scriptures from the previous Sunday. All welcome.

Home Groups

Home groups meet informally during the week, in family homes. They provide a great way to make meaningful connections within our church. Through meeting together regularly, we grow in friendship, and encourage one-another in our walk with God.
We’re hoping to launch new home groups in 2018, so if you’d like to join one, contact Canon David Mungavin or Rev. Rebecca Guildea


One of the best ways to get to know others in the church is through volunteering. Join our welcome or hospitality team, volunteer in our children’s or youth ministry (Garda vetting required), or find out if you can help with an upcoming parish event.
We also need volunteers for Sunday readings, for the distribution of the Parish Press, and for other ministries. Whatever your skills are, there’s something you can get involved in.

For information on becoming a Welcomer, contact Janet Caffrey

To find out about getting involved in children’s ministry, contact Laura Gray

To volunteer in our youth ministry, contact Stephen O’Neill

If you’d like to get involved in the hospitality team, or wish to volunteer in some other way, please contact

For information on other parish organisations, please visit our ‘Events’ page here...


We believe that giving is a sign of Christian maturity, and an expression of our gratitude to God. Healthy Christian communities are marked by generosity. At St. Patrick’s, we believe that committed Christians should give generously both to the Church’s mission, and to social action. We ask all our members to commit to financially supporting the work of St. Patrick’s Church.

To find out about setting up a standing order to the parish, to give a one-off donation, or to tithe as part of our envelope scheme, please contact the parish office –