Category Archives: Charity Work

‘Resident – Staff – Family Relationships’ ~ An Important Conference for Healthcare Professionals To Be Hosted by St Luke’s Charity, Cork

Every year in Ireland thousands of older adults are admitted to residential care. Saint Luke’s Charity, Cork which has been involved in this type of care since 1872 is hosting an important conference for healthcare professionals, particularly those involved in … Continue reading

Posted in Care of the Elderly, Charities in the Diocese, Charity Work, Cork, Education, Northridge House, Saint Luke's Charity, Saint Luke's Home Education Centre

Live Crib -‘The Road to Bethlehem’ – at Carrigaline Church of Ireland in Aid of Local Charities

The parishioners of Saint Mary’s Church,  Carrigaline,  in the Church of Ireland Diocese of Cork, are mounting a live crib next weekend  – on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th December (2 p.m. to 6 p.m. each day).  The event, called ‘The … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Charity Work, Christmas, Diocese, Festivals, Parish News

LÉ Róisín Brings 200 ‘Comfort Teddies’ Knitted by Cork Mothers’ Union on its Humanitarian Mission to the Mediterranean

The Irish Naval ship, LÉ Róisín, has left the Irish Naval Base at Haulbowline in Cork Harbour and is heading to the Mediterranean on a three-month humanitarian mission to aid migrants fleeing Syria, as well as other Middle Eastern and African countries.  This … Continue reading

Posted in Charity Work, Children's Ministry, Children's Work, Church in Society, Community Involvement, Contemporary Issues, Cork, Diocese, Mothers' Union, Pastoral, People in Need, Refugee Crisis, Voluntary Work

Dr Rowan Williams Speaks At Cork, Cloyne and Ross Christian Aid Celebrations

The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop Rowan Williams, who is now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, travelled to Cork on Sunday, 28th February, to preach at Choral Evensong in Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork,  and to give thanks for 70 years of … Continue reading

Posted in Cathedral, Charity Work, Christian Aid, Church in Society, Church of Ireland Bishops' Appeal, Church Services, Contemporary Issues, Diocese, Five Marks of Mission

Dr Rowan Williams, Former Archbishop of Canterbury to Visit Cork

Dr Rowan Williams, who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002 to 2012, and who is currently Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, will visit the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross on Sunday, 28th February, 2016. He will be at St Fin … Continue reading

Posted in Cathedral, Charity Work, Christian Aid, Church of Ireland Bishops' Appeal, Church Services, Community Involvement, Contemporary Issues, Cork, Diocese, Five Marks of Mission, Fund-Raising

Tractor Run in Bandon Church of Ireland Parishes

Bandon Union of Parishes in the Diocese of Cork held a Tractor Run on the afternoon of Sunday, 24th January. About 130 tractors took part and drew participants from across West Cork and farther afield.  Bandon curate, the Reverend David … Continue reading

Posted in Charity Work, Community Involvement, Diocese, Fund-Raising, Parish News

Bishop Paul Colton Visits Flooded Areas and Calls For Support from Parishes, and Renewed and Coordinated National Determination to Address the Issue of Flood Defence Works

Visit to Bandon For the second time in one month, the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, set off yesterday, New Year’s Eve, to visit communities in the Diocese and County of Cork uprooted … Continue reading

Posted in Bishop, Charities in the Diocese, Charity Work, Church in Society, Community Involvement, Contemporary Issues, Cork, Emergency Response, Environment, Floods, Fund-Raising, People in Need, Schools in the Diocese