Welcome

Our Parish has room for everyone – young, older, parents, singers, occasional visitors …. We hope that you find what you are looking for!

The Parish particularly welcomes young families!
If you are new to the Parish, check out the local schools 
We have a dedicated Sunday Mass at 11.15 which is focused on younger families – the full service is run by the children and their parents. From singing, reading, acting and general participation all children can get involved! It’s also fine if you want to enjoy without any special job. Learn more

If you would like your child to be Baptised, we would be delighted to formally welcome your child into the Christian family. Read more.

The Parish works with the local schools and parents in preparing children for First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Read moreabout First Holy Communion & Confirmation.

Our children are precious to all of us. Learn more about child safeguarding policy & link to safeguarding policy..

 

Do you find that regular Masses don’t engage you as much as you would like? Why not come to the Sunday evening Mass which is more focused on the younger generation. Read more…
Stressed? Feeling exams are just too overwhelming? Maybe some exam prayers would help.  Or if you need to talk to someone click here. www.pleasetalk.ie  Are you in Transition Year and looking for something fun to do to achieve your Gaisce Award? Why not join the Youth Mass Group where you can participate in a variety of ways and get credit for your community service. Find out more..
If you would like to help out in a variety of ways, check out our Parish Group  – maybe Website maintenance, Deliverers Team, ….

 

If you find you have some spare time and would like to give back or become more involved you would be very welcome to join one of the many and varied Parish groups. The activities range from Ministers of the Eucharist to Grounds Maintenance, Website Maintenance to Flower Arranging. There is something for everyone… And you would be most welcome. Read more

 

Would you like to get out of the house and meet your neighbours?

Why not look up the Friendship Club or the Active Retired Group or the range of other activities in the Community Centre?

 If you know someone who would like a visit from a parishioner, the Mount Merrion Visitors would be happy to talk to you. 

It can be difficult to get out and about as much as you did. The Parish webcam can bring the Church ceremonies and services to you without leaving your home. Or the Parish radio services from the Parish Office

If you would like to receive Holy Communion in your home our Ministers of the Eucharist would be happy to visit you with Communion. Read here… 

You are very welcome to join us for any of our religious services or just to drop in, enjoy a few moments of quiet in our sanctuary from the daily and maybe light a candle. Or keep in touch with News and events – sign up to our Newsletter.