The Vicar welcoming the new Lord Mayor to the ParishDistribution of Black Santa funds 2014The Rev. Martin O’Connor who read the Gospel at the Eucharistic Congress Ecumenical LiturgyThe launch of the 2011 Black Santa AppealThe two Archbishops of Dublin with the Vicar at this year’s Black SantaLaunch of Eucharistic Congress Pilgrim WalkDistribution of ‘Black Santa’ funds 2014President McAleese and Dr. Martin McAleese with the Vicar following the service to mark the assembly of the 31st DáilCivic Carol Service 2010The SanctuaryThe roof of the main entranceThe SanctuarySt Ann's Church
 

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Music on Sunday

29th January Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Sung by St Ann’s Choir

Ireland Jubilate in C

Anthem: Brahms How lovely is Thy dwelling place

Alpha Course

Lunchtime Alpha Express meets TUESDAYS at 1PM. For full details of the next course, contact the Parish Office or revmheaney@gmail.com. The next course begins on Tuesday February 21st 2017

Cyber Cafe

Calling all over 55! Would you like to learn how to use a computer? Classes for beginners take place every Monday and Wednesday. Those interested can enrol by contacting the Parish Office on 01 676 7727.

Visiting choirs

Choirs wishing to sing at Sunday Services in St Ann’s are asked to contact the Director of Music, Charles Marshall on (01) 676 7727 or st.anns.music@gmail.com.

 

Organisations

The Choir

St Ann’s Church Choir
(01) 676 7727

Friendly Club

Enquiries contact the Parish Office on (01) 6767727

Parish Social / Outreach Groups

Annual Christmas ‘Black Santa’ Sit–Out
raises funds for local charities and the wider Church
+353–1–676 7727

Seniors’ Cyber Cafe
provides email and internet classes for the over–55s
+353–1–676 7727 

Alcoholics Anonymous
www.alcoholicsanonymous.ie
+353–1–842 0700
+353–1–676 2186 (public telephone) 

Mission to Seafarers
St Ann’s has a long and proud connection to the Mission to Seafarers, dating from the time when ships docked much closer to the city of Dublin than is now possible today, due to the River Liffey’s many new bridges that have been built since the 1700s and the changes in the size of vessels over the centuries
www.missiontoseafarers.org
+353–1–836 6672

The Church’s Ministry of Healing
the Church’s Ministry of Healing joins us every Tuesday at our 12.45pm daily Eucharist to administer the laying on of hands, and to offer prayer for healing with individuals if they so desire
www.ministryofhealing.ie
+353–1–872 7876
+44–28–9078 2159 

Bereavement Counselling Service
bereavement counsellors from the Bereavement Counselling Service are on hand in St Ann’s every Monday and Wednesday evening to offer support to the bereaved and the grieving
www.bereavementireland.org
+353–1–676 8882 

Ecumenical relations

St Ann’s has a thriving ecumenical involvement with the other Christian Churches, and cooperates fully with the other religions and faith communities of the city of Dublin

We are active participants in the Dublin Council of Churches 

Our Sister Church

St Stephen’s Church (The Pepper Canister)
www.peppercanister.ie

 
 

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