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The Rev'd Canon Liz Beasley
The Rectory
Co. Limerick
(061) 396227

ChurchService Times
St. Nicholas, Adare:12 Noon
Croom Church, Croom:9:15am
St. Peter & Paul, Kilmallock:10:00am
St. Beacon, Kilpeacon (Crecora):10:30am

The Rev'd John Godfrey
The Rectory
Co. Galway

ChurchService Times
St. Catherine, Ahascragh: 12 Noon (2nd & 4th Sundays)
Ardrahan Church, Ardrahan: 10:00am (1st & 3rd Sundays)
Holy Trinity, Aughrim:11:30am
St. John The Evangelist, Ballinasloe:10:00am
Kilconell, Woodlawn:10:00am (1st & 3rd Sundays)

The Venerable Wayne Carney
The Rectory
Co. Offaly

ChurchService Times
St. Brendan, Birr:11:00am (Summer), 11:30am (Winter)
Dorrha Church, Dorrha: 09:30am (1st & 3rd Sundays)
Lockeen Church, Lockeen:09:30am (2nd & 4th Sundays)
St. Ruadhan, Lorrha:10:00am

The Parish is Vacant: during this period the parish is in the care of:

The Very Rev'd Patrick Towers
Mount Bellew
Co. Galway

ChurchService Times
St. Brendan, Clonfert:10:30am (5th Sunday only)
St. John The Baptist, Donanaughta, Eyrecourt:10:30am
Christ Church, Lickmolassy, Portumna: 09:00am
St. Paul, Raynagh, Bannagher:12:00 noon

The Rev'd Terence Mitchell
Modreeny Rectory
Co. Tipperary

ChurchService Times
Ballingarry Church, Ballingarry: 10:00am
Borrisnafarney Church, Borrisnafarney: 10:15am
Borrisokane Church, Borrisokane: 10:15am
St. Kieran, Cloughjordan: 11:30am

The Rev'd Canon Robert Hanna
The Rectory
Bindon Street
Co. Clare

ChurchService Times
St. Columba, Drumcliffe (Ennis): 11:30am
Kilfarboy Church, Kilfarboy:9:45am (2nd & 4th Sundays)
St. Fachan, Kilfenora:As announced
St. James, Kilfieragh (Kilkee): 11:30am (July & August)
Kilnasoolagh Church, Newmarket: 11:30am
The Rev'd Michael Cavanagh c/o St. Patrick's Rectory Kenmare Co. Kerry 0858 533173
Church Service Times
St Michael & All Angels (Waterville) 11:30 (July-August) 4th Sunday only 11:30 (September-June) Every Sunday
St Patrick, Kenmare: 12:00 noon
Church of the Transfiguration, Kilcrohan (Sneem): 09:30am
St. John The Baptist, Valentia: 09:30am (July & August only)
Welcome to our Union of Parishes. We hope that you will find peace in this church, and the time to sit for a while in silence to give thanks to God for His beautiful creation, to pray for those you love (and those you don’t!); most of all, to know the hope that comes in Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. Whoever you are, wherever you come from, you are welcome here.

The Parish is Vacant: during this period, the parish is in the care of:

The Rev'd Jim Stephens
Co. Kerry

ChurchService Times
St. Michael, Killorglin:11:00am
St. Carthage, Kiltalagh:1st Sunday 7:00pm. All other Sundays 09:45am

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The Very Rev'd Gary Paulsen
The Deanery
Co. Clare

ChurchService Times
St. Caimin, Iniscaltra:10:00am
St. Flannan, Killaloe: 11:30am
St. Senan, Kiltinanlea (Clonlara):6:00pm (Occasional)
All Saints, Stradbally:09:30am
St. Cronan, Tuamgraney:10:30am (Occasional)

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The Ven. Simon J. Lumby
The Rectory
Rookery Close
Co. Kerry
V93 DPC3
064 663 1832
Church Service Times
St. Mary, Killarney: 09:30am (Sundays May-Sep only) 11:00am (Every Sunday)
Holy Trinity, Muckross: By arrangement

The Very Rev'd Sandra Pragnell
The Deanery
7 Kilbane

The Rev'd Edna Wakely
50 Ballinvoher
Father Russell Road
Co. Limerick

ChurchService Times
St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick City:11:15am (Sung Eurcharist 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays)
Choral Matins 2nd and 4th Sundays)
7:00pm Said Evening Prayer 1st, 4th and 5th Sundays
Choral Evensong 3rd Sunday
Eucharist 2nd Sunday
Monday 09:00am
Tuesday 10:30am (Holy Communion)
Wednesday 09:00am
Thursday 10:30am (Holy Communion)
Friday 09:00am
Saturday 09:00am
Holy Days 10:30am Holy Communion
St. Michael's, Pery Square:8:30am Holy Communion
10:00am (Holy Communion 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays)
Abingdon, Abingdon:Morning Prayer 2nd and 3rd Sunday)
Holy Communion 4th Sunday
Sunday Service of the Word 5th Sunday
Godly Play runs concurrently

The Rev'd Lucy Green
Rear Cross
Co. Tipperary

ChurchService Times
Killodiernan Church, Killodiernan: 12:15pm (2nd & 4th Sundays)
St. Mary's, Nenagh: 11:00am
Templederry Church, Templederry: 09:30am

The Rev'd Canon Professor Patrick Comerford

The Rectory Askeaton Co. Limerick
Church Service Times
St. Mary's, Askeaton: 09:45am (1st & 3rd Sundays)
St. Brendan, Kilnaughtin (Tarbert): 11:15am (1st & 3rd Sundays)
Castletown Church, Kilcornan: 09:25am (2nd & 4th Sundays)
Holy Trinity, Rathkeale: 11:15am (2nd and 4th Sundays)

The Rev'd Canon Jane Gilbraith
St. Cronan's Rectory
Co. Tipperary

ChurchService Times
St. Bruchin, Bourne: 12:00 Noon
Christ Church, Corbally: 09:30am
St. Molua, Kyle: 12:00 Noon (1st & 3rd Sundays)
St. Cronan, Roscrea: 10:45am,

The Rev'd Canon Ruth Gill

ChurchService Times
Aghancon Church, Aghancon: 11:30am
Dunkerrin Church, Dunkerrin: 09:00am
St. Finnian, Kinnitty:10:00am
St. Mary's, Shinrone:10:30am

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The Rev'd Jim Stephens
Tralee & Dingle Unions of Parishes – Newsletter July 2017
Date Ballyseedy 9.45 am Tralee 1045 am Ballymac 12 noon Kilgobbin 10.00am Dingle 12 noon Killiney 7.00 pm 2nd July HC HC MP HC HC EP 9th July MP HC HC MP MP EP 16th July MP MP MP HC HC No Service 23rd July No Service HC HC MP MP EP 30th July Special Service 12 noon HC No Service HC HC EP
Mid-week Services: The services are held each Wednesday at 11.00am in St. John’s, Tralee followed by coffee and fellowship.
Healer Prayer Group: There will be no prayer meetings during July and August. The next Healer Prayer will be on Tuesday 5th September, at 8.00pm. Please continue to add the names of those in need of prayer to the books provided in each of the churches.
Links Ladies: Links members will be on summer recess until Monday 4th September. However, they plan a trip to Andre Rieu' s concert in the cinema July 22nd, contact Olive ASAP if you wish to join them.
Service of Welcome for Revd. Jim Stephens was a very special and moving service with representatives from the Tralee Community, the Roman Catholic churches, Clergy and Readers, and St. John's Parochial School. It was lovely to welcome members of the Kilcolmin Unions where Jim had served since Christmas 2014, who were saddened to lose Jim's ministry among them, but came to offer their support and best wishes on his appointment as Priest-in-Charge of the Tralee and Dingle Group of Parishes. The service was conducted by The Rt. Revd. Dr. Kenneth Kearon and all six churches in the Group of Parishes were represented by presenting symbols of the ministry Jim will be providing to the parishes. The children from St. John's sang 'Love the Lord your God' and Jim's daughter Isabel and niece Kayleigh Roche sang the gradual hymn 'Let there be Love'. We were delighted that so many attended the service, and the refreshments and fellowship after the service was much appreciated. A very big thank you to those who provided and served the refreshments, and for all the work behind the scenes to make the church look so lovely.
Revd. Jim Stephens writes: I have just come to the end of my first month in the parish and I am settling in well and feel very much welcomed and at home. I love the location of the office and apartment, situated as it is, so close to the school, church, parish and town centre. I really enjoyed the service of welcome on the 27th May and I wish to thank all those who worked so hard to make the service so special: the select vestry, the choir, the group who prepared and cleaned the Church and the grounds, the place was gleaming on the night and those from home and work who attended were really impressed by the beauty of the building. The tea in the hall afterwards was generous and most welcome, I would like to express by appreciation to all who contributed to a wonderful evening. I would also like to thanks the Rev Phyllis Jones for all her work in the parish and for all that she did to make my transition to Tralee as smooth as it has been.
Sympathy: We extend our sympathy To Alfie, Autie and Ernie Boyle and their families on the death of their sister Margaret O Grady, who was a parsihioner of Kilcolman Union. Also to Godfrey and Elisa Blennerhassett on the death of Elisa's brother Bert in Belgium.
End of term services: The past week has seen the end of the state exams for children in secondary school and many end of term services for our primary school children, in the various school throughout the parish. St John's in Ashe Street held their service as part of the Wednesday Holy Communion in St Johns Church. It was a lovely occasion and the children played a big part in the liturgy, reading, singing, playing instruments, leading the intercessions and bringing up the offertory. Well done to the staff in the school who prepared them so well. It was followed by a refreshments provided by the parents council in the parish centre. A presentation was made to those who graduated.
Best wishes to all those sixth class pupils who attend the primary schools through out the parish as they move to in Secondary school in September. We hope that you and your fellow pupils and the staff in the schools will have a great summer. We wish Yvonne, Michael and Nathan best wishes as they finish their time at St John's and move on to secondary school.
Thank you from Revd Phyllis Jones: During the past 11 months there have been some challenging times, but mostly I have felt affirmed and very blessed. Affirmed by the confidence of Bishop Kenneth in my ability to take on the role of Priest-in-Charge during the vacancy, and blessed by the love and support of the members of all the churches. I am reluctant to name names because you have all been wonderful, but I must thank the Readers, Margaret, David, Linda and Adrian, for their willingness to be available for services, and also to Revd Brian Lougheed and Revd Joe Hardy. It helped tremendously that all the parishes worked together so well and I do thank you all; but particularly I'd like to thank Camp and Dingle for their understanding of my limited time to be with them. I must also thank Keith for his support and understanding – especially when it has meant he missed the start of the Motor Racing or a Cup Final! To have him drive me from service to service was (and is) a great help. A very big thank you to the Tralee, Ballyseedy and Ballymac Select Vestry and parishioners for their very generous gifts presented to me in appreciation for my time looking after you all. Both Keith and I were very touched by all the kind thoughts and expressions of gratitude. You will be always in our thoughts as we look each day at the lovely rose bush blooming so well in the garden and the pair of frogs sitting above the fireplace! Our trip to Nice later in the year will be yet another time to remember your generosity and love. But now, with Revd. Jim at the helm, I can step back a little. However, I am looking forward to sharing ministry with Jim because there are so many exciting challenges and possibilities to look forward to; made all the richer by living in such a beautiful part of God's creation, together with some very warm and caring people.
Killiney Services: The summer services at Killiney began on Sunday 25th June, with an attendance of 17. It was lovely to welcome Revd. Declan Smith and his wife Heather and members of the I.C.A. After the service a number of us accepted Richard Swindell's generous invitation to have tea and fellowship at his house in Tullaree, Castle Gregory. Getting there was a bit of an experience as, when we arrived the tide was in and the lower road was flooded; but we carefully negotiated the water and enjoyed a very pleasant time together. Thank you Richard for your hospitality.
Peevers gathering: The Cline family from Canada, who are as closely related as first ,second and third cousins to the Peevers family and their relations, will be spending a week in Kerry towards the end of July. They have planned a number of events and there will be a service in Ballyseedy Church at 12.00 on the 30th July. All are welcome to this service.
Thought for the Day: Dear God, so far today I have done alright; I haven't gossiped, lost my temper, been greedy, grumpy, nasty, selfish or indulgent – and I am very thankful for that! But in a few minutes, Lord, I am going to get out of this bed, and from then on, I am probably going to need a lot more help!

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