Category Archives: Five Marks of Mission

Take part in Climate Sunday!

In order to sustain and renew the life of the earth (one of the Five Marks of Mission of the Anglican Church) the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland are raising awareness for climate change.  Climate Sunday is an initiative … Continue reading

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Cork, Cloyne and Ross Blog on Target for 1 Million Views

In September 2011, nearly ten years ago, Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, on impulse, ‘mainly to explore the available technology’, he says, set up a blog on WordPress. It has since become a place to tell … Continue reading

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Church of Ireland Council for Mission webinar on Online Church now available

The Church of Ireland Council for Mission held a webinar using Zoom last month, on the theme of ‘Online Church – Practical Lessons from the Frontline’. To facilitate anyone who was not able to attend, a video of the webinar … Continue reading

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Cobh Community Hospital Covid-19 Memorial Service held in Rushbrooke County Cork

In recent weeks, Christ Church Rushbrooke in County Cork hosted a Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for the lives of the five residents of Cobh Community Hospital who died of COVID-19 during the pandemic. This service was an opportunity for … Continue reading

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Cork Service Marks Centenary of the End of the War of Independence

On Sunday 27th June a Diocesan Service, with civic and ecumenical participation, was held in Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork to mark the upcoming centenary of the truce: the end of the War of Independence in Ireland. The Service, which … Continue reading

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