Kate, April 24th '17

A New Rector- Praise God

On Sunday 23rd April 2017 our Parochial Nominators announced that Rev Alan Breen, currently a curate in St Patrick’s Church, Greystones has been chosen to be our new Rector. Praise God. We warmly welcome Alan, his wife Ruth and their children to our church family in Kill. A date has not yet been set for his Institution.

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Kate, April 15th '17

Easter Services

As part of the local churches together group Kill O The Grange are leading the Dawn Sunrise Service at the ruins of Kill Abbey on Easter Sunday at 6.20am. This will be followed by Tea and Toast in the parish centre.
8.30am Easter Holy Communion will be celebrated by Rev Suzanne Harris and 10.30 am Easter All Age Holy Communion will be celebrated by Rev Cecily West and the service will be led by our lay reader Bert Van Embden.

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Kate, March 18th '17

Bells of Hope

On March 19th 2017 at our 10.30 am service we will link with churches across six continents with a special service including ringing our bell. More details can be found here.

The sound of the bells across the world is meant to herald joy not hate, welcome not exclusion, co-responsibility not exploitation. It is time for the Christian message of love to be proclaimed in solidarity with women and men terrified by the increased legitimating of hate that is emerging these last months. The aim is to ring out hate, xenophobia, exploitation and fear and ring in a call for solidarity, truth and justice.

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Kate, March 6th '17

New Life Choir From Uganda

Abaana is bringing hope to children in Africa. 20 Children have traveled from Uganda to share their stories through song and dance. Come along and hear their amazing story!
Kill O’ The Grange Church. Saturday 11th March 2017. 7pm. Free Admission with a collection in aid of the charity.

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Kate, March 6th '17

Origin Trip to Uganda

Hi everyone,

Here’s the support page for the Uganda mission trip. If you like, please share on Facebook!

As you may know, this summer members of Origin Youth Club will be traveling to Uganda, representing their Parish, Kill O’The Grange, and Abaana

Abaana is a children’s charity that raises funds for projects such as child sponsorship, schools, hospitals and clean water.

This mission trip which comprises a team of young people and their leaders will provide aid and assistance to the children of Uganda.

This aid includes the construction of teachers accommodation for a primary school and street outreach to children which includes the running of Bible and sports clubs.

If you would like more information or if you would like to financially support the team please contact:

Jonathan Douglas,
Youth & Children’s Coordinator,
KOTG Parish – 089 436 2287

Or if you would like to financially support our team please follow the link below:

Thanks, everyone!

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