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Diocesan Secretary, Cork, Cloyne & Ross
Applications are invited for the position of Diocesan Secretary in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross The Diocesan Secretary is the lead officer within the diocesan administrative and financial structures of the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, working closely with the Bishop in
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Diocesan
Updated on: 26/01/2015

What We Believe – Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge (APCK)
Detailed information about the Church of Ireland is available from the following Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge (APCK) Study leaflets. Please click the links below to view the leaflets online. Irish and Universal Protestant and Catholic Clergy and People
Taken from Information, Category: What We Believe
Updated on: 22/01/2015

Incumbent, Inishmacsaint Parish (Clogher)
Enquiries are invited from clergy in respect of the following incumbency: Inishmacsaint Parish, Derrygonnelly, County Fermanagh This single unit parish with approximately 250 parishioners has a proactive and committed congregation along with well–maintained facilities, which provide a firm foundation for an enthusiastic and developing ministry. The rectory,
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Clerical
Updated on: 22/01/2015

The Anglican Record Project
The Anglican Record Project, which is the work of Mark Williams, is an ongoing endeavour to make the registers of baptism, marriage and burial from Church of Ireland parishes available in a digital format. The online version is hosted by the Representative Church Body Library, which
Taken from About, Category: Anglican Record Project
Updated on: 21/01/2015

The Irish language and the Church of Ireland
The Irish language Irish (An Ghaeilge) was the main language of the people of Ireland for most of their recorded history. It was brought by the Irish (then known as the Scotii) to Scotland and the Isle of Man, giving rise to Scottish Gaelic and Manx.
Taken from Information, Category: The Irish language and the Church of Ireland
Updated on: 21/01/2015

An Ghaeilge agus Eaglais na hÉireann
An Ghaeilge Bí an Ghaeilge príomhtheanga mhuintir na hÉireann le linn an chuid is mó dá stair annáilte. Thug na Gaeil (ar a dtugtaí na Scotii an tráth úd) í go hAlbain agus chuig Oileán Mhanainn. B’as sin a d’fhás Gàidhlig na hAlban
Taken from Information, Category: An Ghaeilge agus Eaglais na hÉireann
Updated on: 21/01/2015

Salvation
1. Why do we need Salvation? We need salvation because we have all sinned and fallen short of God’s glory (Romans 3:23). We have denied, ignored or rejected God’s love, both as individuals and as members of society. We have all sinned through action and inaction
Taken from Information, Category: Salvation
Updated on: 21/01/2015

Organist/Choirmaster, Holy Trinity Church, Glencraig (Down and Dromore)
Holy Trinity Church, Glencraig, wishes to appoint a musician to play organ and piano, lead our robed choir, and encourage and develop the use of music in worship. There are one weekly morning service and choir rehearsal, and one monthly evening service at present. For further
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Other
Updated on: 21/01/2015

Sharing the Faith
Mission and God Mission begins and ends with God. It derives from the very nature of God. God’s life is a dynamic, creative and eternal movement of self–giving love. As Christians we believe that this boundless life and perfect love can be most clearly seen in
Taken from Information, Category: Sharing the Faith
Updated on: 21/01/2015

Youth Officer (Armagh)
DIOCESE OF ARMAGH – DIOCESAN YOUTH OFFICER (part–time 20 hours per week) The Diocese of Armagh seeks to appoint a dynamic person who will work strategically across the Diocese, addressing the needs of young people between the ages of 11 and 25.  Key within the role
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Diocesan
Updated on: 20/01/2015