– All services take place in the Parish Centre while work on the church continues.
– Sunday Club resumes on 15th September.
– Morning Worship each Wednesday at 10.30am.
**Sunday 15th September, the sixteenth Sunday after Trinity**
– 8.30am — Holy Communion, Revd John Marchant
– 10.30am — Holy Communion, Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin and Revd John Marchant
Collects and Readings
**Friday 20th September, Mount Temple Comprehensive School, Malahide Road, Dublin 3**
– 8pm — Institution of Revd Lesley Robinson as Rector of Clontarf by Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin
**Sunday 21st September, the seventeenth Sunday after Trinity**
– 8.30am — Holy Communion, Revd Lesley Robinson
– 10.30am — Holy Communion, Revd Lesley Robinson
Collects and Readings
The Archbishop of Dublin has announced that he will institute the Revd Lesley Robinson to the incumbency of Clontarf on the **Friday September 20th at 8pm**.
The institution will take place in the Sports Hall of **Mount Temple School** with the kind permission of the Principal.
See the map and get further details.
Many preparations for the institution are required and Revd Marchant has asked everyone to support and help the Churchwardens and members of the Select Vestry as they ask for assistance in the preparations.
‘This is the start of a new and exciting phase of the history of the Parish’, Revd Marchant said, ‘I wish you all well as I approach the end of my involvement with Clontarf Parish’.
This Sunday, 28th July, is the first anniversary of the death of our much loved friend and Rector Revd Derek Sargent.
We’ll gather at the **10.30am Service** to remember Derek, to give thanks for the love and dedication he brought to his ministry among us, and to pray for his family and friends.
Derek was born in Dublin in 1966, and grew up in Dundrum. He went to school at Taney National School and Sandford Park. He studied theology at the Church of Ireland Theological College, Saint John’s College, Nottingham, Trinity College Dublin, and the Open University.
He was ordained deacon for the Waterford Group of Parishes in June 1999. After 2½ years as curate in the cathedral group, he was instituted as Vicar, with responsibility for the three parishes of Dunmore East, Annestown and Tramore. After a year and a half as vicar he became the Rector of Clontarf in 2003.
Derek was a dedicated servant of the Parish, and he is sadly missed by the Parish family and the wider Clontarf community.
The vacancy for the post of Rector in Clontarf Parish has been advertised on the Diocesan website: an advertisement will appear in the Church Gazette shortly.
The process of appointment is governed by the relevant sections of the Constitution of the Church of Ireland.
At the General Vestry in 2011 parishioners elected four Parochial Nominators, who will take part on a strictly confidential basis in the appointment process.
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