This Sunday: 21st January, 2018 – The Third Sunday after the Epiphany
8.30 a.m. Holy Trinity Church – Service of Holy Communion
10.00 a.m. Nohoval Church – Service of Holy Communion
11.30 a.m. Holy Trinity Church – Service of Holy Communion
Guest Speaker: Welcome to Verna Langrell working with street children in Brazil.
This coming week:
Mums/Carers & Tots – The group meets every Friday morning, 10am – 12noon, at the Rectory, during term time.
Diocesan Services – The Bishop has invited us to attend and support the following event: Diocesan Youth Officer – Hilda Connolly has been appointed to the new full-time post of Diocesan Youth Officer. Hilda’s Commissioning will take place at St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork on Sunday 21st January at 3.30 p.m.
Church Choir – Monday evenings at 7.30pm. New members are always welcome. Contact Roger Ellis, choirmaster and organist, phone 087 0539416.
Children’s Choir – Tuesdays during term time: Juniors from 2-2.30pm and Seniors 3-3.45pm.
Marriage Course – This week on Tuesday 23rd January at 7.00pm in Cronin’s Restaurant, Crosshaven.
Holy Trinity Church 150th Celebrations – Rehearsals for Music Concert – Members of the parish and church choirs are invited to be part of a choir to support Iarla O’ Lionaird for our launch event on Saturday 10th February 2018. If you are interested, you are very welcome to come along to rehearsals on Tuesday evenings 7-9pm in Holy Trinity Church.
Friendship Club – Meeting first Tuesday of every month from 10.30-12 noon, in Crosshaven Active Retirement Centre, however no meeting in January. A lunch/dinner will be arranged in the coming weeks, date and venue to be confirmed.
Diocesan Services – The Bishop has invited us to attend and support the following event: Chaplain, University College Cork – Canon Alan Marley will be welcomed and commissioned as new Chaplain to University College Cork, in the presence of the Diocese and of the President of the University, at Evensong on Sunday, 28th January in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, at 3.30 p.m.
Table-Tennis – Every second Tuesday evening, in the parish room. Next on Tuesday 30th January. Contact Norman 087 9908447 for further information.
Holy Trinity Church 150th Celebrations – Concert Launch – It is planned to have a number of events throughout the year, starting with a Music Concert as the official launch on the 10th of February. The proceeds of this Concert will go to the Crosshaven Community project ‘Save Our Spire’ (SOS Project) for the old Templebreedy Church. We are delighted to support the SOS project as this was our place of worship until 150 years ago, and it is timely in this year of celebration to connect the old history of Templebreedy Church with the newer history of Holy Trinity Church. Over the past 150 years Holy Trinity Church has become a well known and loved place within the village and it is fitting that the opening event is one of music, song and celebration. Dr. Eva McMullan is kindly coordinating this not-to-be missed concert and we are excited that Iarla O’ Lionaird has agreed to top the bill performance.
Pancake Morning – Tuesday February 13th, Shrove Annual Parish Fundraiser at the Rectory 10am-12 noon. More details to follow.
Ash Wednesday – Wednesday February 14th, 10am Service in Holy Trinity Church with Templebreedy National School.
Organ CD launch – St Fin Barre’s Cathedral invites you to the launch of their new organ CD Grande Symphonie on Thursday 22nd February 2018 at 6.30pm. David Leigh (St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) will play a short organ recital and refreshments will be served. RSVP: email@example.com.
Mother’s Union – Women’s Weekend ‘Footsteps’ from 2nd-4th March 2018 in Garryvoe Hotel & Leisure Centre, Castlemartyr. Everyone welcome! Booking forms are available at the back of the church. Book and Pay by 5th February 2018.
Come Dine for Holy Trinity -Templebreedy presents “Come Dine for Holy Trinity”, fundraising for Holy Trinity Church, Crosshaven. Hold a lunch/dinner party for a few friends, your family or your neighbours, with each guest donating €20, it is a fun way of supporting a worthy cause. Further information: see posters and from the parish office.
Limited Edition by Award Winning Illustrator, Annie West – A print of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, limited edition, whereby all proceeds will go to the Bishop’s Fund for the Future for the dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross. You can see a copy of the print at the back of the church.
Ongoing Metal Collection – A reminder that we are still collecting scrap metal for fundraising: contact Jim Ferguson.