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   COLLIERS SINCE 1880
 Serving Wicklow and South Dublin since 1880, the Collier family offers bespoke funeral services for all faiths and philosophies.
   Our Service room can comfortably accommodate up to 130 people.
There is parking space for 40 cars available on-site.
A separate drawing room with a fireplace provides a comfortable room with added privacy.
 Old Connaught Avenue, Bray, Co.Wicklow,A98 PX65
T: +353 1 272 0777 www.colliersfuneraldirectors.com E: info@colliersfuneraldirectors.com
Church of Ireland Theological Institute Offers
Spirituality for Christian Discipleship
The Church of Ireland Theological Institute has announced details of a new four week online course. The course offers resources for your spiritual life and opportunities to learn new practices of Christian Discipleship to resource your faith during social distancing.
Weekly meetings through Zoom led by members of CITI’s academic staff will include a presentation and interactive discussion about practices of Christian spirituality and will conclude with an exercise or activity for you to try at home. By gathering, praying and learning with the same group of Christians weekly, you will also receive encouragement and fellowship and offer these gifts to others.
The course will run on Monday mornings from 11:00am to 12:00 noon, beginning on June 8.
Email admin@theologicalinstitute.ie to sign up. When you sign up you will be given an easy link to enter the online classroom.
The class is free during Covid-19 restrictions but is limited to 25 participants.
THE PROGRAMME:
8 June: Knowing God: An Invitation to the Journey of Discipleship
(Rev. Canon Dr. M. Elliott)
15 June: Spirituality in a time of abstinence: lockdown with Mary Magdalene
(Dr. B. Nichols)
22 June: Spirituality and Failure: Seeing Ourselves in a New Light (Rev. Dr. P. McGlinchey)
29 June: The Psalms: Biblical Company for the Journey of Faith (Dr. K. Heffelfinger)
New Online Course:
     It is with regret that the board of Here2Help announces that it will close permanently on 31st December 2020. Upon closure, files and records concerned with adoption will be transferred to an appropriate body to facilitate a tracing service in the future. It is proposed, but not yet confirmed that the recipient body would be the Adoption Authority of Ireland (AAI)
On behalf of my colleagues on the board and all at Here2Help, I would like to offer sincere thanks to all who stayed in touch with the agency and who donated to our services over many years.
Future Donations
While Here2Help will close its doors, our sister agency PACT which provides adoption services on behalf of Tusla remains open. Should you wish to make a charitable donation, I would ask that you please consider PACT which is located at :
Arabella House, 18D Nutgrove Office Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14. www.pact.ie tracing@here2help.ie or Tel: 01 21 66 300
May I wish you and yours good health and good wishes for the future.
Yours sincerely
David Godfrey
Chairperson
 NOTICE: DIOCESAN OFFICE – COVID-19
Due to current government guidance the diocesan office is adhering to the restrictions in place and staff are working remotely. It would appear that offices will remain closed for some time more and working from home to remain in place for the foreseeable future.
Should any parish need to address a matter that requires a recommendation or approval from the Dioceses please forward a written request by email to secretary@dublin.anglican.org. You can be assured that all matters arising will be processed in the normal way.
You can also ring the office mobile on: 087 434 4083 Many thanks for your co-operation during this time. Sylvia Heggie, Vicki Hastie
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