Our final fundraising bake, book—and DVDs, this time around!—sale before the summer holidays will be Sunday, 10 June after the 11.00am service. We had a great turnout last month thanks to a huge variety of goods for sale, and would love to replicate that success. We greatly encourage the congregation to volunteer their homemade cakes, tarts, tray bakes—or whatever else you enjoy baking! All goods may be dropped off in the parish room before the service.
Traudi is pleased to adjust the sum raised during Christian Aid Week from €1720 to €1800! This total includes the funds raised during the parish lunch on Sunday, 13 May, as well as some very generous donations received throughout the week. Traudi is very grateful to everyone who brought food, set up the room, and washed the dishes. The generosity of our parishioners during Christian Aid Week has been overwhelming. Thank you to everyone for your support!
Parishioners will be pleased to know that a sum of €1720 was raised at the parish lunch for Christian Aid on Sunday, 13 May. This total included some very generous donations. Anyone who would like to make a contribution can still do so this Sunday. Traudi is very grateful to those who brought food, set up the room, and washed the dishes. Thank you to everyone for your support!
This Sunday, Dee Huddleston from Christian Aid Ireland will be our guest preacher at the Solemn Eucharist service. Dee has travelled to India with the organisation to lend assistance to some of the country’s neediest communities. She enjoys sharing her experiences and we look forward to welcoming her!
For more information about Dee and Christian Aid, please click here.
Please be sure to stick around after the service for our parish lunch. The usual tea and coffee will be served along with a light lunch to raise funds for Christian Aid. This event is our main fundraiser during Christian Aid Week and has been very well supported in the past. We hope that many parishioners will be able to join us again this year!
Join us Wednesday, 9 May at 8.00pm at the Denzille Private Cinema for an exclusive film showing, wine, nibbles, and chat! Tickets are €20, with all proceeds going to the Saint Bartholomew’s restoration fund. The theatre’s capacity is limited to just 30 people, so act now to ensure you get a seat! Please RSVP by calling or texting John Slattery at 087-247-5758 or emailing him at email@example.com.
The Denzille Private Cinema is located at 13 Denzille Lane, behind Merrion Square North, Dublin 2. More information about the cinema can be found by clicking here.
We hope to see you there!
Anúna and members of the Anúna International Summer School are once again generously giving a charity concert in which all proceeds will go towards our restoration fund. The concert begins at 6.00pm on Saturday, 9 June at Saint Bartholomew’s. Please click here to purchase tickets!
Our annual parish lunch for Christian Aid will be held on Sunday, 13 May after the 11.00am service. The usual tea and coffee will be served together with a light lunch to raise funds for Christian Aid. This event is our main fundraiser during Christian Aid Week and has been very well supported in the past. We hope that many parishioners will be able to join us again this year. Contributions toward the lunch will be most gratefully received. Please let Traudi Ferguson know if you can help in any way—finger foods like sandwiches, sausages, pies, buns, and cakes would be most welcome.
We will hold a raffle drawing on Sunday, 17 June after our 11.00am Eucharist service. Up for grabs are six prizes of two tickets each to Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre on any date between 1 July—9 September, including a complimentary programme, DVD, and a glass of wine at the intermission. Raffle tickets cost €25 and sales will be limited to 100 tickets. They are available in the parish office during the week or you may purchase tickets from Barbara Bergin at the Sunday services.
During the season of Advent, please consider making a pledge to our specially chosen charity. The pledge forms and envelopes are available at the back of the church and the envelopes will be placed on the Christmas tree to be collected shortly after Christmas. Please do not place money in the envelope—this will be collected later. This year the chosen charity is a diocesan refugee and homelessness scheme overseen by the Irish Refugee Council that aims to provide shelter, care, and housing for those in need. This is a joint ecumenical scheme involving a number of churches. You can find out more about this scheme and the work it has already completed here:
On the first Sunday of each month, there will be a sale of homemade baked goods with the coffee in the parish room after the 11am service. We would like to encourage the congregation to help by providing homemade cakes, tarts, and tray bakes. These may be handed in before the service. On the same Sunday, there will also be a book sale where you may buy books for €2.00.