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 email@example.com
Tristan Russcher, our music director, announces that the choir summer concert Vivaldi Gloria will take place on Sunday, 4th June at 6 p.m. The concert will be followed by a sparkling wine reception. Tickets will cost €10 and are available here.
A Solemn Eucharist of the Feast of the Ascension will be celebrated on Thursday, 25th May 2017 at 7.30 p.m.
The preacher will be the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Reverend Dr. Richard Clarke.
The celebrant will be the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Reverend Dr. Michael Jackson.
Great news for the parish. We have completed all the planned phases of work on the outside of the church. The building is now weather and watertight – secure against the elements! The scaffolding is now in place in the sanctuary and the conservation of the painted interior will commence on Tuesday, 18th April. Nat Clements and his team will undertake this work.
Below are images of paint damage due to the ingress of water that will soon be restored.
The Select Vestry of Saint Bartholomew’s Church, Clyde Road, seeks to appoint stipendiary singers to sing at the Sunday morning and feast day Eucharists during term time. Remuneration is offered at €1500 per annum. Auditions are to be held at the end of May 2017 for posts commencing on 24th August. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Saint Bartholomew’s Church, Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 has a vacancy for an Administrator on a part-time basis for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Minimum requirements are competence with Microsoft Office, including desktop publishing.
If you are interested in applying for this position and would like to find out more detail about the job specifications please contact:
Fr Andrew McCroskery
Job applications must be accompanied by a C.V. and two references. The closing date for applications will be Friday, 21st April 2017 and the interviews will take place on Saturday, 6th May 2017.
A sumptuous soundscape marks the season of Lent at our concert on Saturday 25th March.
Crucifixus: Music for Lent by Gerald Finzi, Francis Grier, Kenneth Leighton and William Walton
The Gaudete Singers
Conductor: David Leigh
Organ: Tristan Russcher
Tenor: Warwick Harte
Saturday, 25th March 8.00pm
St Bartholomew’s Church, Clyde Road, Dublin 4
Tickets: €15 available on the door, concession €10, students €5 with ID, all including a glass of wine/soft drink afterwards.
Crucifixus Pro Nobis – Kenneth Leighton (1929 – 1988)
Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice – Gerald Finzi (1901 – 1956)
Thou, O God, art praised in Zion – Francis Grier (1955 –)
A Litany (Drop, Drop Slow Tears) – William Walton (1902 – 1983)
We hope to see you on 25th March and please join us for a glass of wine after the concert (included in the ticket price).
Rathgar Methodist Church have invited us in the Rural Deanery of Saint Ann’s to join with them for a 6-week series of ecumenical Lenten presentations entitled “Christianity from where I’m Sitting”, from Wednesday 1st March to Wednesday 5th April inclusive at 8.00pm in Rathgar Methodist Church, Brighton Road. This series is being run under the auspices of the local Rathgar/Terenure Fellowship involving all the local churches.
David Norris, Gordon Linney, Patsy McGarry, Kieran O’Mahony, Gillian Kingston and Fiona Murdoch will share something of their religious experiences and their impressions of the church today. Admission is free, but there will be a retiring collection every evening in aid of each speaker’s nominated charity. Everyone is very welcome and please spread the word.
The Parish walk will take place on 25th February meeting at 10.30am at the entrance to Pearse Museum, St. Enda’s Park, Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin. There is a cafe run by Brambles in the courtyard for refreshments after the walk. St. Enda’s is set in nearly 50 acres of beautiful parkland. The Museum tells the story of Patrick and William Pearse who lived and ran a school there from 1910 to 1916. You can see a map of the park here. There are two car parks: one Sarah Curran Avenue and the other of Taylor’s Lane. Public transport is also detailed on the web site.
We’re pleased (and somewhat relieved) to announce that the heating in the church is back in operation – and the place is warm and cosy! We hope to see you there soon.