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The Obelisk

A Killiney Newsletter

November/December 2015

Vol. 4 Issue 5

www.htkilliney.dublin.anglican.org
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Whos Who in Holy Trinity Parish


CHURCHWARDENS
Rectors - Peter Hayes
Peoples - Roslyn Christie

RECTOR
Revd Niall J. Sloane
Holy Trinity Rectory,
Killiney Road,
Co. Dublin.
Telephone: 01 285 2695
Email: rector.htkilliney@dublin.anglican.org
Day Off: Friday

JUNIOR CHURCHWARDENS
To be appointed
Rectors - Alleyn Manley

GLEBEWARDENS
Peoples - Paul OBrien

SELECT VESTRY
Rector; Churchwardens; Glebewardens; Anne
Pierpoint; Bryan Burdett; Chris Hurley; Clive
Christie; Helen Irwin; Helen Middleton; Lewis Purser;
Sandra Moore; Simon Brown; Stefanie OBrien;
Stephen Rhys-Thomas; Zandra Laing

LAY READER
Vacant
LAY READER EMERITUS
Ruth Heard
CARRY CENTRE BOOKINGS
Sandra Moore, 087 6291568

HON. SECRETARY
Clive Christie

PARISH PANEL
Rector, Hazel Kinmonth, Sandra Moore, Nigel Teggin

HON. TREASURER
Chris Hurley

ORGANIST
Frank Hughes, 2042737

ASSISTANT HON. TREASURER


Helen Middleton

CARETAKER
Vacant

HON. F.W.O RECORDER


Helen Middleton

READERS GUILD
Zandra Laing

PAROCHIAL NOMINATORS
Clive Christie
Zandra Laing
Paul OBrien
Helen Irwin

INTERCESSORS GUILD
The Rector
CHURCH REVIEW
Marianne Irvine

DIOCESAN SYNODSPEOPLE
David Millar Lewis Purser June Hurley

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MAGAZINE TEAM - Would you like to Help? Speak to the Rector


Rector (Editorial), Zandra Laing (Co-ordinator), Dorothy Barrett (Distribution), David & Jaqui
Dingemans & Rosemary Teggin (Photos), Reads, Sandyford (Production),
Trevor Jones (Advertising ~ 2855159 or 0872303987)

The Jan/Feb edition of The Obelisk will appear at the beginning of January.
Deadline for submissions is 10th December. There is no newsletter for July/August.
Cover Image: Holy Trinity Church Ian Hall
Holy Trinity Parish Office, Killiney Road, Killiney, Co. Dublin
Tel: 01 2852695 Email: rector.htkilliney@dublin.anglican.org
Website: www.htkilliney.dublin.anglican.org
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From the Rector

Dear Parishioners,
Refugees:
Everyone has been moved by the reports of the refugee crisis in Europe the
images and reports of fellow human beings fleeing their homes in terror are
sobering. In Holy Trinity we have in some small way tried to show our solidarity
with these people. On September 13th over three car loads of clothing and
medical equipment was donated by parishioners which made their way to Calais
and, when this was over-subscribed, to TRUST THANK YOU to all who
supported this.
Remembrance:
I am conscious that November heralds a more reflective time in the Churchs
year. As part of our liturgies I draw your attention to the All Saints service on
the 1st November in which we have an opportunity to remember those
parishioners and loved ones who have passed away. As we remember them may
we give thanks for their faith, love and example.
Special Needs:
As with last year I am asking for your support of our Special Needs Fund. This
fund will be used to give a helping hand to those in financial difficulties within our
parish and community. If you are fortunate enough to be in a position to help
supplement this fund please send your donation to me marked Special
Needs (or if you wish for the parish to receive a tax refund on the donation,
please make your donation through the Hon. Treasurer, Mr Chris Hurley).
Finally, (and I know it is very early...) Happy Christmas!
With every good wish,

RECTORS SURGERY - Every Tuesday 7-8 pm, Holy Trinity Rectory


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The Carry Centre & Select Vestry

Rents
Our list of Centre users continues to grow - we now welcome Irish dancing
classes which meets on Thursday afternoons.
Plants at the Carry Centre
Thanks to those who have cleared the bank outside the Carry Centre and are in
the process of planting it up.
Missions and Charities: In October we made our annual donationsas we
pray for their on-going work, we pray and give thanks for all those who support
these agencies.
Revision of Vestrypersons
The Register of Vestrypersons is open for revision until the 11th January 2016. If
you are over 18 and subscribe to parish funds and are not yet registered, please
see one of the Churchwardens and fill in the registration form. This will enable
you to vote at the meeting of the General Vestry.
The Vestry will meet at 8.00pm in the Carry Centre on Monday 23rd November,
7th December and 11th January.

For more information and bookings please visit www.carrycentre.ie


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Diocesan Synod 2014

Youth & Children

Glenageary Killiney National School


Enrolments for 2016
Application Forms for Junior Infants September 2016 will be available for
collection from G.K.N.S. 2nd - 13th November 2015. Completed applications
must be returned to the school office by 2.15 p.m. on Monday 16th November
2015. The current Admissions Policy is available on www.gkns.ie.
Primary Schools Service
About 600 primary and junior school pupils from all over Dublin and
Glendalough filled Christ Church Cathedral on October 15th for the annual
diocesan schools service. The service, which was full of joy, great singing and
some drumming, had has its theme We, though many, are one body in Christ.
Archbishop Michael Jackson presided in the presence of Dean Dermot Dunne.
The service was led by the Rector, who with a subcommittee of the Diocesan
Board of Education, organised the morning. 6th Class pupils from G.K.N.S.
attended and took part in the service. Afterwards they paid a visit to St Patricks
Cathedral.

Read about the 1st Christmas


St Luke 2: 1-20
CONFIRMATION
The Archbishop will administer the sacrament of Confirmation in Spring 2016.
Please pray for those preparing for this important occasion.
Sunday Club
The Club meets on the 3rd Sunday of every month during term time. New
members always welcome!
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Wish List

Clubs and Societies

Service & Social: The next gathering will be on Sunday 13th December at 3pm
in the Carry Centre. Please contact Joan Whyte or the Rector for more
information.
Table Tennis: The table tennis meets on Mondays at 8pm in the Carry
Centre If you are interested in trying out table tennis, you would be very
welcome (and we will even lend you a bat!). For more information contact
Linda Franck (086 8296029).
The Killiney Winey Dineys: The next gathering will be on November 12th,
the venue is yet to be decided. Further expressions of interest or queries may
be addressed to Zandra Laing or the Rector.
The Y Club - Killiney Mens Society: The next meeting will be on
Thursday 26th November (meet at the Carry Centre at 7.15pm). The Men will
visit the LUAS hub at the Red Cow roundabout. The Dec. meeting will be on
Thurs. 17th. More information from Paul OBrien, Nigel Teggin or the Rector.
SILK - Socials Involving Ladies of Killiney: The next meeting on
Wednesday 18th November will be a trip to the Pavillion Theatre, Dun
Laoghaire for Noel Cowards "Hayfeaver".
December 9th - Dinner out (please note earlier date)
For more information please contact Judy Jones 2855159
Bible Study and Prayer Group: This year we are looking at the history and
development of Christianity. The next sessions will be on Tuesdays 24th Nov.
and 15th Dec. at 10.30am in the Carry Centre. All are very welcome to attend.
Further expressions of interest may be addressed to the Rector.
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Clubs and Societies

Sheep Thrills

Made in Ireland

We have started the season with much enthusiasm. A unanimous decision was
made supporting the refugees by sending a large bag of knitted goods. The 2 nd
decision was supporting the Blackrock Hospice coffee morning by sending a
cheque from the collections made that morning. The message from our group is
that we welcome any one in the community who would like to come along on a
Thursday to share talents and make for the homeless. We have developed into a
strong focused group and with so many homeless we need more people to knit
and stitch. No joining just turn up at the Carry Centre Killiney, cost 3 for fresh
coffee and a home made biscuit. Contact Joan @ 087 2460078
Ladies Guild: The next meeting on Tuesday 10th November will be held in
the Carry Centre at 2.30pm. Ms Stella Mew will be the speaker. All welcome.
The annual Christmas lunch will be on Tuesday 15th Dec. in the Carry Centre.
Parish Clubs and Societies meet in the Carry Centre
(with the exception of the Choir & Flower Guild which meet in the Church)
Sunday Club
3rd Sunday monthly 10.45 am
Vanessa Mitchell
ENGAGE (Youth Club)
Saturday afternoons by arrangement
The Rector
Bible Study Group
4th Tuesday monthly 10.30 am
The Rector
Choir
Sundays 9.30 am
Frank Hughes
Flower Guild
By arrangement
Daphne Hall
KWD (Diners Club)
Thursday evenings by arrangement
Zandra Laing
Ladies Guild
2nd Tuesday monthly 2.30 pm
Rosemary Teggin
SILK - Socials Involving Ladies of Killiney 3rd Wednesday monthly 8.00 pm
Judy Jones
The Y Club (Mens Society) 4th Thursday monthly 8.00 pm
Paul OBrien
Service & Social Group
By arrangement
Joan Whyte
Sheep Thrills (Textile Group) Thursday Mornings 11.00am
Joan Millar
Table Tennis
Monday 8.00 pm
Linda Franck
Notice boards for some of the organisations are located in the Carry Centre

Photo Gallery

Farewell Nigel (see page 21)

Hello Revd Pierpoint!


(with the Revd Cathy Hallisey)

Spirit Skoda, the New Home for


Skoda in South Dublin
Tel:01-2163666
Sandyford,
Co Dublin

Lots of ideas at the Parish Forum


(see page 21)
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Diary Dates

November 2015
1
All Saints
2
GKNS reopens
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Remembrance Sunday
10
Ladies Guild
15
Sunday Club
18
SILK
23
Select Vestry
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Bible Study Group
GKNS B of M
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Y Club
28 Fundraiser
Xmas Bazaar
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Advent Sunday

December 2015
7 SV, TT & Choir @ Rectory
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SILK
13
Xmas Family Gift Service
Service & Social Group
15
Bible Study Group
Ladies Guild Lunch
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GKNS Junior Service, HTK
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GKNS Senior Service, HTK
Y Club
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Xmas Flower Decorating
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9 Lessons & Carols
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GKNS closes for Xmas
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Christmas Eve
25 Christmas Day

Hospital Visiting
The Rector would appreciate being told if parishioners are in hospital or
going into hospital, and will be pleased to offer pastoral support.
A selection of prayers is available from him or in Church.

Diocesan Employment Bureau: Situated in Taney Parish Centre, it is our


hope that it will be of help to many who find themselves without work for a
variety of reasons. Full details from the Rector.
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Calendar for November


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Sunday
Service for All Saints (26)
Wisdom 3:1-9
Revelation 21: 1-6a

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor
10.30

Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Michael Murdoch
Linda Peters
The Rector
Holy Communion

Thursday

Sunday
3rd Sunday before Advent (27)
Remembrance Sunday
Ruth 3: 1-5, 4: 13-17
Mark 12: 38-44

8.30
10.45

Holy Communion
A Service of the Word

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
2nd Sunday before Advent (28)
1 Samuel 1: 4-20
Hebrews 10: 11-14,15-18,19-25

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion *
Stephen Franck
Heather Brown
Nigel Teggin

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
1st Sunday before Advent (29)
The Kingship of Christ
2 Samuel 23:1-7
John 18: 33-37

8.30
10.45

Holy Communion
Family Service

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

29

Sunday
1st Sunday of Advent (Year C )

8.30
10.45

Holy Communion
Advent Service

Reader
Reader

Reader
Reader

Churchwardens/Baptismal Party
Churchwardens/Baptismal Party

Sunday Club
Sunday Club

READINGS ARE FROM YEAR B/C OF THE REVISED COMMON LECTIONARY (NRSV)
CHILDRENS PACKS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BACK OF THE CHURCH.
* SUNDAY CLUB MEET IN THE CARRY CENTRE.
Coeliac? Communicants who are Coeliac, please inform the Rector or a
Churchwarden and gluten-free bread can be arranged.
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Calendar for December


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Thursday
Sunday
2nd Sunday of Advent
Baruch 5: 1-9
Philippians 1: 3-11

10.30
8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Zandra Laing
Sylvia Hurley
The Rector

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
3rd Sunday of Advent
Zephaniah 3: 14-20
Luke 3: 7-18

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
15.00

Holy Communion
Christmas Family Gift Service
TBA
TBA
Service and Social

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20

Thursday
Sunday
4th Sunday of Advent
Micah 5: 2-5a
Hebrews 10: 5-10

10.30
8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor
19.00

Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Linde Hall
Clive Christie
Stephen Rhys Thomas
Service of Nine Lessons & Carols

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Christmas Eve

23.15

Midnight Eucharist

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Christmas Day

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Festival Eucharist
David Millar
Hilary Murdoch
The Rector

10.30
Reader
Reader

No Early Service
Service for Christmas
Roger Hurley
Stefanie OBrien

Isaiah 9: 2-7
Titus 2: 11-14
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Sunday
1st Sunday of Christmas
1 Samuel 2: 18-20, 26
Luke 2: 41-52
Thursday

No service

READERS: If you cannot read on the appointed day please arrange a swap
with someone else and let the Churchwardens know.
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Forthcoming Events

Christmas in Holy Trinity


Last year, as part of its Christian witness Holy Trinity parish and its parishioners
donated over 15,000 to local, national and international charitable purposes.
Like last Christmas, this year Holy Trinity will support the work of Bishops
Appeal, TRUST and children in need. This is done through gifts of money,
clothing and gifts. Thank you to all those who generously give!
Charity Christmas Cards
Following the service on the 8th November, there will be Tea
and Coffee in The Carry Centre. During this time, Charity
Christmas Cards, Calendars, Diaries and Gifts will be available
for sale. Charities due to be represented are the R.N.L.I.,
Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Blackrock Hospice, The Laura
Lynn Foundation, Holy Trinity and hopefully others!
Burns Supper
It is planned to hold a Burns Supper in the Carry
Centre on Friday 29th January 2016. We hope
to have a ceilidh, real haggis (veggies will be
catered for!), a wee dram and the
encouragement to don Scottish dress
More info from Zandra Laing or the Rector.
The Church Review
Subscriptions for 2016 are now due, if you are interested in
continuing or beginning a subscription in 2016 (40 for 11 copies)
please contact Marianne Irvine (2858136) before 20th January 2016.

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***Christmas Service or Valet Vouchers *** on Sale for your beloved or car !!
15 9787 / 01 284444
Call Nick @ 087 226

A day of the life of Michael Wolfe


God morgen (good morning). Its 28th September
2015 and Im on a short break with my son Marc in
Copenhagen.
Having cycled around and explored much of the
charming and friendly Danish capital yesterday,
including an obligatory stop beside The Little
Mermaid, weve come by train to Kronberg Castle in
Helsingor (Elsinore), best known as the setting for
Shakespeares Hamlet, whose spirit still roams the
hallways (and cash registers) of Kronberg. And then
its a short hop by ferry across the Oresund Sound
for a quick visit to Helsingborg in Sweden.
Back later in downtown Copenhagen, its hip, full of
vintage shops and retro bars skal! It seems everyone loves this hood (another
generations lingo, you see) as I join in the spirit of the evening. Tusind tak (a
thousand thanks) I say, at the end of another lovely day of living Danishly.

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In the Garden

Autumn gardening brings back memories of the clean-up presided over by my


father centred on the now banned seasonal bonfire. Odd potatoes dug up were
placed in the embers the best ever baked potato- to be consumed with cheese
and country butter at bedtime. Yum!
At this time of year it is good to raise containers to allow better drainage. I also
use orange nets with gravel in them, placed in each container when planting. Its
time to plant tulip bulbs I prefer miniature bulbs especially daffs as they
cope better with windy conditions. And its time to start feeding the birds.
Next season I will be testing advice given on a gardening programme that aspirin
(salicylic acid) can have beneficial effects on plants. Apparently a diluted solution
helps germination and boosts immune systems to resist some pests and diseases.
It can even boost vegetable crops and make cut flowers last longer. Lots of
information on the web worth exploring.

Gordon Linney.
WoolIf anyone has any spare wool, Sheep Thrills would be delighted to pick
it up for use for our Thursday sessions. Contact Joan @ 087 2460078
Eco Congregation Ireland
Information leaflets are available in the Church and Carry Centre.
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Food

A suggestion for the foodies of Holy Trinity, to leave their leafy boulevards and
chic bistros of Dalkey for the more mundane area of Newtownpark Avenue in
Blackrock, beside the former Playwright Pub in a small Shopping area you will
find the Blue Orchid, our favourite restaurant a Thai restaurant with genuine
Thai chefs and staff, the food is excellent and reasonable, an added plus, beside it
is an O'Briens off licence where you can avail of their offers and the restaurant
will only charge 5 corkage. The restaurant has it's own wine list based on the
off licence. Should you like to experiment, the proprietors name is Nadir, if you
wish feel free to mention our name.
Two Recipe Suggestions by Hilary...
1, When making home made burgers try putting a cup of Rice Crispy's into the
mixture for added crunch.
2, If making a Tea - Brack put a tablespoon of sweet mincemeat and a handful of
crushed mixed nuts into the mix.

Hilary & Michael Murdoch.


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Childrens Corner

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Parish News

Parish Publishers: Congratulations to Suzanne Hayes and Archdeacon


Gordon Linney who recently published books. The royalties from Archdeacon
Linneys book THINKING ANEW are going to the Laura Lynn Childrens
Hospice and is available from Footprints Bookshop, Dun Laoghaire and most of
the main bookshops. Suzanne Hayes book Dancing Words will be available for
purchase at the Christmas card sale on 8th November (see page 14)
Parish Forum: A parish forum was held on Sunday 11th October and facilitated
by the Revd Norman McCausland we look forward to receiving a full report
from him due course.
Congratulations: To Norman & Kay Long who recently celebrated their
diamond wedding anniversary.
Nigel Pierpoint: Om Sunday 13th September we said our farewells to Nigel
Pierpoint as he prepared for his ordination at the end of September. Gifts were
presented, speeches given, toasts made and stories told we wish Nigel Gods
richest blessing as he begins this new stage in his ministry and thank him for all
he has given to Holy Trinity over many years.
Harvest: Thank you to the Children of G.K.N.S., members of the Flower guild
and parishioners who donated gifts of fruit, flowers and vegetables for harvest.
Following the services the fruit and vegetables were donated to the Dining
Room in Dun Laoghaire and bunches of flowers were presented to those in
Nursing Homes and others who having been journeying through difficult times.
Thanks to our Choir, Frank Hughes, the Parish choir, the G.K.N.S. choir, and the
Flower Guild who decorated our Church with artistic flair and all who enhanced
our worship during this autumn season. Our preachers were warmly received
and we thank them for their inspiring reflections!
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Around the Home


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Diocesan Synod 2015

David Wynne reported on the Diocesan Board of Education. Primary level


schools were Drumcondra, Rathdrum, Lucan and Rathfarnham. Second level
schools were Newpark and Greystones.
The Ministry of Healing reported on a Mission Action Plan with intercessions,
communications, end of life issues, healer prayer groups and an annual quiet day.
The Diocesan committee for Social Action reported on a Good Neighbour
Programme, Suicide awareness and prevention, Here2Help, crisis pregnancy and
post abortion counselling and support.
There was a presentation on Come&C which began with a preliminary meeting
in High School in September, with projects suggested in a brainstorming session
under the headings of Witness, Welcome and Worship. The second stage was
meetings at Rural Deanery level. The five marks of mission were (1)TELL: To
proclaim Gods Kingdom, (2)TEACH : To teach, baptise and nurture (3)TEND:
To respond to human need (4)TRANSFORM: To transform unjust structures (5)
TREASURE: To safeguard creation.
A new Prayer app was announced. This allows access to prayers via ones
iPhone.
A motion was passed proposing a link between the United Dioceses of Dublin
and Glendalough and the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East,
subject to certain terms and conditions.
A motion was passed to express the sympathy and condolences of the Synod on
the death in Carrickmines of ten members of the Travelling Community, who
perished in a fire the previous week; also to the family of Garda Tony Golden,
murdered in Co. Louth. The Emergency Services who attended at the scenes
were thanked.
Helen Middleton & June Hurley

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Around the Community

THE NUMBER 59 BUS SERVICE


After a lengthy consultation process it has been decided to maintain the 59 bus
service to Killiney Village. It will not operate to Mackintosh Park as originally
proposed. Routes 59 and 111 will operate a combined half hourly frequency
between Dalkey and Dun Laoghaire.
RECYCLED PAINT
Top quality recycled emulsion paint is available at the Marlay Park Co Co Market
each Saturday for a limited period only - until November 26th 2015.

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Picture Gallery

ADVENT & CHRISTMAS IN HOLY TRINITY, KILLINEY

November 28
11am1pm - Christmas Sale, The Carry Centre
November 29 - Advent Sunday
8.30 am - Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Church
10.45 am - Advent Service, Holy Trinity Church
December 6 - Advent II
8.30 am - Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Church
10.45 am - Parish Communion, Holy Trinity Church
December 9
8.00 pm - S.I.L.K. Christmas Dinner
December 13 - Advent III
8.30 am - Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Church
10.45 am - Childrens Gift Service, Holy Trinity Church
3.00pm - Service & Social, The Carry Centre
December 15
10.30 am - Bible Study & Prayer Group, The Carry Centre
3.30 pm - Ladies Guild Christmas Lunch
December 16
12 pm - Glenageary Killiney National School, Junior Carol Service
December 17
7.00 pm - Glenageary Killiney National School, Senior Carol Service
8.00 pm - Y Club Christmas Dinner
December 19
10.00 am - Flower Guild Christmas decorating, Holy Trinity Church
December 20 - Advent IV
8.30 am - Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Church
10.45 am - Parish Communion, Holy Trinity Church
7.00 pm - Parish Carol Service, Holy Trinity Church
Followed by Festive reception in The Carry Centre
December 24 - Christmas Eve
11.15 pm - The 1st Holy Communion of Christmas
December 25 - Christmas Day
8.30 am - Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Church
10.45 am - Parish Communion, Holy Trinity Church
December 27 - 1st Sunday of Christmas
10.30am - A Christmas Service (Please note that this is a joint service)
January 3
8.30 am - Holy Communion
10.45 am - A Service for Epiphany
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Picture Gallery

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Parish Information
Flower Rota
Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

Pam Clarke
Daphne Hall
Sylvia Hurley
Linda Franck
June Hurley

Dec.

6
13
20
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Ruth Stewart
Ruth Stewart
CHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS

The Parish Panels (Safeguarding Trust) Responsibilities include:


- interviewing persons willing to serve as workers in the parish
- advising workers on their responsibilities in respect of the Code
- advising the Select Vestry in respect of its responsibilities
The Parish Panel Members are:
The Revd N.J. Sloane (Rector) Nigel Teggin Sandra Moore Hazel Kinmonth
Organising your wedding: Weddings are very special occasions in
the life of any family and in the life of the church. When considering getting
married please check possible dates with the Rector before confirming
arrangements. It is expected that couples will make a regular commitment to
the life of the church in preparation for marriage.
Parish Archives: We are looking for any photos, information or historical artefacts
relating to Holy Trinity, Killiney. In particular we are looking for copies of Annual
Accounts, Service Sheets, Photos and Parish Magazines. If you have any such records
please contact the Rector.

The Parish Registers


Funeral

Blessed are the dead who die in the name of the Lord

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18 September (in Holy Trinity) Denise King


23rd September (in Holy Trinity) Maeve Kay
9th October (in Mt Jerome Crematorium) Jeanette McCarthy
Our sympathy and prayers are with all those who have been bereaved
remembering especially:
Alistair, Jane and the Tidey family on the death of Alistairs brother, Andrew.
Trevor and the King family on the death of Denise
Fred, Robin, Susan and the Kay family on the death of Maeve
Irene, Shelia, Stephen and the McCarthy family on the death of Jeanette
Our School Principal, Sadie Honner and her family on the death of her father
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