Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

New life for St Thomas’ Church, Dublin

A group of visionary and energetic university students from across Dublin have come together to re–establish regular worship in St Thomas’s church, which stands at the gateway of O’Connell Street into Dublin’s North East Inner City. Built in 1931 after the destruction of the original parish church in Marlborough in 1922 this distinctive church on Cathal Brugha Street lies in an area which the current Government acknowledges has suffered from ‘decades of under–investment’.

The Student Gospel Music Services, called ‘ONE Dublin’, begin tomorrow (Sunday) evening at 7.30pm. Music will be led by Discovery Gospel…

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