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    Parish Matters July & August…

    The Rector writes…… Recently I came across a survey which demonstrated that people who attend church are also more likely to be involved as volunteers in other community-based activities. I know this

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  • Pew News 24th June, 2018

    Today Peter Buttimer, son of Damian and Lisa Buttimer will be baptised in Frankfield and Zoe Hofler, daughter of Rory and Karen Hofler will be baptised in Douglas. We welcome both children into the fellowship

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  • 17th June 2018
    Pew News 17th June, 2018

    Today we welcome and pray for the family of Theia Catherine Smith, daughter of Lyndon and Sinead Smith who will be baptised in St. Luke’s Church, Douglas.   Tuesday              Badminton

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  • 10th June, 2018
    Pew News 10th June 2018

    Sunday   Visiting Speaker from CMS Ireland We are grateful that Jenny Smith, Mission Director from CMS Ireland, will be attending services in Passage and Douglas today. She will also be giving the address.

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    A prayer for all those sitting…

    God stay close to me today Guide my study and light my way. Ease my nerves and comfort me With peace and love so tenderly. May I remember all the things I need And understand all I study and read. May

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  • 3rd June 2018
    Pew News 3rd June, 2018

    Tuesday Badminton – Marmullane @ 8pm Wednesday Holy Communion – St. Luke’s Church, Douglas @ 11am Saturday The Diocesan Synod is being held at the Cork International Airport Hotel. The Eucharist

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    Parish Matters June 2018

    The Rector writes…… In recent years we have all become much more aware of how important it is to know what personal data is held by organisations such as Facebook and Google, as well as by local service

    Read more
  • img_5ae31ad5156f6
    Parish Matters July & August…

    The Rector writes…… Recently I came across a survey which demonstrated that people who attend church are also more likely to be involved as volunteers in other community-based activities. I know this

    Read more
  • Pew News 24th June, 2018

    Today Peter Buttimer, son of Damian and Lisa Buttimer will be baptised in Frankfield and Zoe Hofler, daughter of Rory and Karen Hofler will be baptised in Douglas. We welcome both children into the fellowship

    Read more
  • 17th June 2018
    Pew News 17th June, 2018

    Today we welcome and pray for the family of Theia Catherine Smith, daughter of Lyndon and Sinead Smith who will be baptised in St. Luke’s Church, Douglas.   Tuesday              Badminton

    Read more
  • 10th June, 2018
    Pew News 10th June 2018

    Sunday   Visiting Speaker from CMS Ireland We are grateful that Jenny Smith, Mission Director from CMS Ireland, will be attending services in Passage and Douglas today. She will also be giving the address.

    Read more
  • student
    A prayer for all those sitting…

    God stay close to me today Guide my study and light my way. Ease my nerves and comfort me With peace and love so tenderly. May I remember all the things I need And understand all I study and read. May

    Read more
  • 3rd June 2018
    Pew News 3rd June, 2018

    Tuesday Badminton – Marmullane @ 8pm Wednesday Holy Communion – St. Luke’s Church, Douglas @ 11am Saturday The Diocesan Synod is being held at the Cork International Airport Hotel. The Eucharist

    Read more
  • img_5b07f3afaad27
    Parish Matters June 2018

    The Rector writes…… In recent years we have all become much more aware of how important it is to know what personal data is held by organisations such as Facebook and Google, as well as by local service

    Read more
  • img_5ae31ad5156f6
    Parish Matters July & August…

    The Rector writes…… Recently I came across a survey which demonstrated that people who attend church are also more likely to be involved as volunteers in other community-based activities. I know this

    Read more
  • Pew News 24th June, 2018

    Today Peter Buttimer, son of Damian and Lisa Buttimer will be baptised in Frankfield and Zoe Hofler, daughter of Rory and Karen Hofler will be baptised in Douglas. We welcome both children into the fellowship

    Read more
  • 17th June 2018
    Pew News 17th June, 2018

    Today we welcome and pray for the family of Theia Catherine Smith, daughter of Lyndon and Sinead Smith who will be baptised in St. Luke’s Church, Douglas.   Tuesday              Badminton

    Read more
  • 10th June, 2018
    Pew News 10th June 2018

    Sunday   Visiting Speaker from CMS Ireland We are grateful that Jenny Smith, Mission Director from CMS Ireland, will be attending services in Passage and Douglas today. She will also be giving the address.

    Read more
  • student
    A prayer for all those sitting…

    God stay close to me today Guide my study and light my way. Ease my nerves and comfort me With peace and love so tenderly. May I remember all the things I need And understand all I study and read. May

    Read more
  • 3rd June 2018
    Pew News 3rd June, 2018

    Tuesday Badminton – Marmullane @ 8pm Wednesday Holy Communion – St. Luke’s Church, Douglas @ 11am Saturday The Diocesan Synod is being held at the Cork International Airport Hotel. The Eucharist

    Read more
  • img_5b07f3afaad27
    Parish Matters June 2018

    The Rector writes…… In recent years we have all become much more aware of how important it is to know what personal data is held by organisations such as Facebook and Google, as well as by local service

    Read more

Service Schedule


Holy Trinity, Frankfield


Sunday Service – 10.00am


St Luke's, Douglas


Sunday Service – 11.15am
First Wednesday of Month: 11:00am Holy Communion


St Mary's, Marmullane (Passage West)


Sunday Service – 9.45am


St Michael's, Church Road, Blackrock


Sunday Service – 8.30am Holy Communion and 11.30am.

Saints’ Days services are announced. We have occasional united services when all four congregations come together. These are announced in advance.

Baptisms and Marriages are by arrangement with the rector.