The Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross says farewell to Rev Paul Robinson

Last Sunday, the Church of Ireland in Cork, Cloyne and Ross said farewell to the Rev Paul Robinson, Priest-in-Charge of Saint Anne, Shandon, and Chaplain to St Luke’s Home. 

Rev Paul Robinson

Rev Paul came to Cork from the Diocese of Liverpool in January 2020, shortly before the outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We thank Paul for his ministry during this challenging time and wish him all the best in his new ministry in Blackburn Diocese in England. 

The churchwardens of St Anne’s, Shandon made a presentation to Rev Paul Robinson on behalf of the parish

Stephen Spillane, on behalf of the Parish, says:

The Rev Paul will be greatly missed in the Parish. His friendship and pastoral care was an important support for many people during the last few months. His willingness to try new things with online services ensured that the parish stayed connected and built links with our neighbouring parish of Cobh and Glanmire. 

His care for all he came in contact with in St Luke’s National School and St Luke’s Home was evident to everyone and he will be missed by all those involved there and their families.

We wish Paul all the best and hope to welcome him back when he visits in the future.

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