Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday congregations are multi-denominational in character, with people from Anglican, other Protestant and Roman Catholic backgrounds. In recent years, the congregations have become multi-cultural, with people from Ireland, Britain, Europe, U.S.A., India, Sri Lanka and Africa among others represented. The church seeks to be open, inclusive and welcoming to all who come to worship.

PLEASE CONSULT THE HOME PAGE FOR CURRENT SERVICE TIMES AS THEY MAY DIFFER FROM TIME TO TIME DEPENDING ON THE SEASON.

On Sundays, a small group of people gather for Holy Communion at 8.30 a.m.

In September 2004 in order to accommodate increasing numbers in a modest church building, to encourage growth of the church family and to develop the ministry of the wide church we took a step of faith and divided the later morning service to offer two services at 10.00 a.m. and 11.30 a.m.

The 10.00 a.m. service was a lively, fresh and informal Service of the Word format, lead by a music/praise group with the aid of visual presentations. A crèche, Sunday Club and Junior Youth Fellowship are provided at this service. Over a hundred adults and anything up to 80 children and young people regularly attended the 10.00 a.m. service.

By Kill’s standards the 11.30 a.m. service was a little more formal. It used the Service of the Word and BCP Holy Communion 2004 Service on alternate weeks. Up to 100 adults and a smaller number of children attended this service.

Since October 2016, when we entered interregnum,  and continuing under the new Rector the 10.00 am service and the 11.30 am service have been recombined at 10.30 am and offer  aspects of both traditional and less formal services together. We use printed sheets rather than books. This allows regulars and visitors alike to feel part of the service, even if they are not familiar with the Church of Ireland Liturgy. Holy Communion is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of every month.

Refreshments (Real Coffee, Tea, Juice and Biscuits) are served in the adjoining Parish Centre after the main morning service.