RSCM Ireland are inviting singers to join forces with the Choirs of Saint Bartholomew’s in a “Come and Sing” performance of Stainer’s Crucifixion on Monday 10th April. Rehearsal starts at 5:30pm with performance at 8:00pm. More details are available from RSCM Ireland.
As part of our 150th Anniversary celebrations we are holding an evening of film in Denzille Cinema, located at 13 Denzille Lane, off Fenian Street behind Merrion Square. The evening will begin on Friday 20th January at 8pm with a reception first and costs €25 per person. Places for this event are limited so if you would like to attend please contact the parish office to book a seat.
Our Christmas Concert on December 11th is now fully sold out. There will not be tickets at the door.
There is no Evensong on Sunday, 20 November 2016.
The parish is instead encouraged to join together in the ecumenical Walk of Light, which will begin at 4:00 p.m. at Saint Teresa’s Clarendon Street. The walk will move to Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church and end at the Methodist Centenary Church in Leeson Park.
Tickets are now on sale for our Christmas Concert on Sunday December 11th. This event will sell out, so buy yours today.
Thank you to all who supported the Anúna concert on Saturday 18 June. All the proceeds from the concert were given to the Restoration Fund. A total of €3,201 was added to the fund as a result! Thank you to all at Anúna for their help and support.
The Fundraising Committee are organising a Gala Parish Dinner on Friday 28 October, 2016 in the Ballsbridge Hotel. The after dinner speaker will be Senator David Norris. Further information will be available here shortly.
Tickets have gone on sale for our summer concert on June 12th. Get yours here.
Everyone involved in the production process has given of their time free of charge, and the manufacturing has been funded by a donation. As such,100% of the sale price will be going to the Saint Bartholomew’s Restoration Fund. Further details of how to obtain a copy are available here.
Pilgrimage has always been an important part of the Christian tradition and of that sense of journeying together in faith. As part of the fundraising efforts for the Saint Bartholomew’s Church Restoration Appeal we will be running a sponsored walk of part of the ancient Irish pilgrim route of Saint Kevin’s Way and anyone is welcome to join us. To take part you will need a sponsorship sheet with all of the necessary information (including maps and safety information) which you can get by contacting the parish office (01 668 8522) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). The event takes place on Saturday 21 May and we will gather at the upper car park at the summit of the Wicklow Gap at 10.30am. The whole walk at an easy pace should take around three hours to complete, including a break for lunch. For those with fitness concerns, the walk is all down hill! Do come and join us if you can for this event.