Sunday 26th June 2016 is the closest Sunday to the 200th Anniversary of the Consecration of the current Church building for worship, the Consecration having been on 28th June 1816.
All of our services will take the form of a thanksgiving for the past and a looking to the future.
10.30am is the time of the main morning service and the evening service will be at 6.00pm in St. Patrick’s, at which the Bishop will preach.
We are delighted that the National Museum of Ireland are granting us the privilege of having the Seagoe Bell on display which dates from approx 900ad. There will also be a display of items from the Parish Acrhives, which date from the 1600s. The display will open to visitors from Wednesday 22nd to Tuesday 28th June from 2pm to 4pm and 7-9pm.