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Thank you for taking time to think about how you might like to support our work.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions.

We look forward to hearing from you.


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 us at


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 or find out if you can help with an upcoming parish event.
We 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.

We'd love to hear from you and help you join our volunteer team. Please contact us at to find out more!

For information on other parish organisations, please visit our Parish Groups page.


We are currently collecting food donations for the Storehouse at Crinken and for The Light House in Dublin.

For anyone interested in donating food to the Lighthouse appeal, there is a pink box at the steps of the Parish Centre.

All food must be non-perishable and unopened.

The Light House is open four days a week to feed the homeless and hungry community in Dublin. Hot, freshly made meals are provided for free, and staff and volunteers seek to make genuine connections with visitors through relationships and conversation.

Please contact the office or sign up to our email to learn more about supporting the Storehouse at Crinken.


a message from our friends at The Lighthouse,
"Huge thanks to all the “St. Patrick’s Church Family” for your help ! Over 300 meals and Easter Eggs were served today to all of our homeless friends at The “No Bucks” cafe at the Lighthouse in Pearse Street . What a way to celebrate that “Christ is risen”. We appreciate your involvement and all of your kind donations."

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