Comprising of All Saints Mullingar – Killucan – Kilbixy & Almoritia
“I would like to warmly welcome you to our parish website and the same welcome will be reciprocated when you visit our parish churches. Welcome is about greeting everyone in a friendly way and kind, loving, caring relationships are shared by Christians with everyone as we continue to model our lives on Jesus who is at the centre of our being.
We happily proclaim God’s love which enriches and enhances our lives and the life of our parish. The Holy Spirit guides and empowers us to share God’s love so that many may be brought to a knowledge of His love and dedicate their lives to His service.
Prayer and generous friendly service coupled with uplifting worship and reading of the Bible are the hallmarks of our parish and the nurturing of faith is so important to enable us to appreciate the meaning, purpose and future of each of our lives.
We are excited about what the Lord is doing in our parish and we celebrate our faith in a rich way with all the other Churches in the Mullingar area.
We hope our website and Facebook Page will uplift your spirit and encourage you to come and meet us in person in our parish churches.
May God give you the riches of His grace and bless and sustain you with His love and presence.”
Revd. Canon Alastair Graham
JOIN US ON SUNDAY 19th SEPTEMBER 11 AM for our Outdoor Climate Sunday Service
Climate Sunday – 19 th September at 11.00 a.m.
In November world leaders will be gathering in Glasgow to discuss Climate Change.
Our Parish is one of 5,000 churches in Ireland and the UK holding Climate Sunday Services this month. Church leaders will highlight the Christian view on climate change and our Parish will be included as one of the parishes that is taking part in the Climate Sunday initiative. We are going to hold a special Service on 19th September at 11.00 a.m. in the open air around the church and school.
The easing of the restrictions allow for a larger attendance at these services and I urge you to come and show your support. We hope a drone photograph will be taken which will, of course, protect individual identity, to show the number of people in the Parish who have attended the Service. It would be lovely to feel that this photograph would show a large congregation and the depth of our commitment to the issue of climate change.
Please do come. All the parishes in the Union will gather together for this one Service.
The Youth Leaders of Lighten Our Darkness by Numbers have created this production to highlight Global Destruction.To Get Involved – Email: email@example.com
What is happening to God’s Natural world is catastrophic. Scientists warn us the outlook is, frankly, dire. “Lighten Our Darkness By Numbers” is a faith based initiative in All Saints’ Mullingar Parish, Westmeath , Ireland. We hope , with God’s help to stop the destruction and to reset our moral compass. All Saints’ Mullingar – Dioceses of Meath and Kildare https://vimeo.com/541866011/e456d66f6f You can read more about Lighten our Darkeness movement here. https://mullingarunionofparishes.net/index.php/lighten-our-darkness/
We have reactivated our Facebook Page to keep you all updated and advised on a regular basis. You can follow the parish on Facebook here
DONATE NOW TO MULLINGAR UNION OF PARISHES THROUGH OUR SECURE PAYPAL ACCOUNT Please add a note with your regular church envelope number if you wish
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Contact Us ; Revd. Canon Alastair Graham The Rectory Gael Hill Mullingar