Templebreedy Group of Parishes

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SUNDAY SERVICES

Dear Friends,

CHURCHES ARE CLOSED FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP AGAIN -LEVEL 5 RESTRICTIONS.

Recorded Service below

[Morning Prayer: Nohoval 10am: Building closed

Morning Prayer: Holy Trinity, Crosshaven 11.30am;Building closed

There will be no 8.30am service in Crosshaven for the time being]

 SUNDAY the 28th February 

The  Second Sunday in Lent 

Today is the second Sunday of Lent 2021.

Last week we spoke about Rainbows and Crosses, symbols of the covenants God has made for us, today we have mention of Gods covenant with Abraham as part of his plan of salvation, eventually Jesus was born in his line hence Abraham is our church father.

We meet Jesus calling Peter into a place of self-reflection: and we too are called into that same process throughout the period of Lent.

What does it mean for us to lay down our comfortable images of Christ and the church for the sake of Christ and for the sake of the gospel?

Please find a service recorded on this Link: https://youtu.be/dBPEt2DA93Q

The Service sheet is attached here : 28th February 2021 Second Sunday in Lent- Sheet Final

Next Sunday:  7th  March  The Third Sunday in Lent 

Beginning in March: Lockdown Date Night – Templebreedy’s Online Marriage Course more information on this Link: Lockdown Date Night – Templebreedy’s Online Marriage Course 2021

FINANCE:
 
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God bless and protect!

Rev. Isobel

Templebreedy Group of Parishes

Welcome to the website of Templebreedy Group of Parishes. We hope you will browse the various areas of our parish life which are represented here and if you should be in Crosshaven or Nohoval we hope that you will visit us in person in the future. For now please feel free to phone or email me. 
We are a group of two parishes in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition in the Diocese of Cork in the Church of Ireland.

Cead mile failte.
God Bless.

Cork Churches Keep Christmas Lights On as a Sign of ‘the Light of Christ in this Hurting World.’

 

A number of parishes in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross that have outdoor decorations on their church buildings for Christmas have taken the decision this year to keep the lights on until Candlemas, 2nd February, the Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple.

CHRISTINGLE SERVICE DECEMBER 13th ON ZOOM!

 

Easter Eve – Rose Window Holy Trinity, Crosshaven
Nohoval Church – Easter Eve night
Easter Sunrise – Templebreedy Crosshaven

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