To celebrate the 150th anniversary of our church, Dr. Kenneth Milne has kindly agreed to expand upon his book St. Bartholomew’s—A History of the Dublin Parish, which was originally published in 1963 and is now out of print. We hope to publish the updated edition by December 2017. Your donation will contribute to the publishing costs of this very worthy book. For €25, your contribution will entitle you to a copy of the book. For €50, your contribution will entitle you to a copy of the book signed by the author and, by helping to make this book possible, your name will be included in a list of supporters. Preorder forms are available in the back of the church.
There will be a raffle in aid of the restoration project limited to 300 tickets at €20 per ticket. The prizes are:
- Four tickets to Riverdance
- Ladies’ bicycle
- Children’s tricycle
- Box of Prosecco
Tickets are available for purchase after all church services and from the church office on weekdays between 10.30am—3.30pm. The drawing will take place after the cinema night on 21 June.
We are holding a cinema night at the Denzille Private Cinema on Wednesday, 21 June at 8.00pm. The film, Nightwatching: Rembrandt’s J’accuse!, is a documentary by the celebrated director and art critic Peter Greenaway. The film will take us through 34 mysteries contained within Rembrandt’s famous painting “The Night Watch” to help us solve the mystery of an insidious murder. Peter Greenaway is often lauded as one of the most inventive, ambitious, and controversial filmmakers of our time. Tickets cost €20, including refreshments. Tickets may be booked in advance by contacting Megan at email@example.com or by giving your name to one of the church wardens.
Our annual parish lunch for Christian Aid will be held this year on Sunday, 14th May after the 11am service. The usual tea and coffee will be served together with a light lunch to raise funds for Christian Aid. This event has been very well supported in the past and we hope that many parishioners will be able to join us this year again. It is our main fund raising event during Christian Aid Week. Contributions towards the lunch will be most gratefully received. Please let Traudi know if you can help in any way. Finger food like pies, sandwiches, sausages, savoury tartlets, buns, and cakes would be most welcome.
We are having a fundraising dinner on Friday, 20th October 2017 to celebrate the church’s 150th anniversary. The event is taking place in the Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge and the seating is limited to 120 people.
The choir will provide the entertainment. David Norris will attend the dinner and give the after dinner speech.
Tickets cost €100 per person. If you are interested in sponsoring a table or wish to attend the event as an individual please let Barbara Bergin know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.