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As we approach our Harvest Thanksgiving Services this coming Sunday and on Sunday 9th October, we are seeking your assistance to help the homeless on the streets of our city.

As you will know, the Dublin Simon Community provides nourishing soup on designated nights of the week to those who sleep 'rough' in the city.

We are asking you, your family and friends to bring gifts of vegetables to the churches this Harvest Thanksgiving time.  You can bring your vegetables to the churches in advance, where they could be used as part of the decoration of the churches or you can bring them to the Harvest Thanksgiving Services over the next couple of weeks.

We will then make soup with these vegetables in the Parish Centre kitchen and deliver it to Simon on up to three evenings for delivery to the homeless.

The following vegetables would be welcome - onions, carrots, parsnips, leeks, celery, sweet potatoes, red peppers, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes (fresh or tinned), vine cherry tomatoes.

The school children have been asked to bring vegetables only to the Family Harvest Gift Service – but donations from both young and old would be most welcome!

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and discover much about our parish community. Browse through our history, look at our churches, at the worship of our people and discover something of the activities and organisations which make up the life of a large and vibrant Church of Ireland parish.

You will catch up on all our news and activities in the Harvest edition of Taney News, our quarterly magazine. Click on the NEWS UPDATE on the right to see what’s on at the moment, giving a glimpse of a church community on the move.

Taney Parish Primary School, our Sunday School, Parish organisations, community activities and activities for young people signal our commitment to the care of all our people, both young and old. We hope, as you link in to Taney Parish website that you get a sense of a vibrant and growing Christian community which cares for new-comer and native alike.

Thank you for visiting our website. From whatever religious background you come, from any faith or none, please know you are always welcome. We encourage you to visit our wonderful churches to rest, to reflect, or to join us in prayer.

Please telephone the parish office on 01-2985491 or email us at 













Sunday 2nd October

The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity

8.30 am St.Nahi’s  - Holy Communion

10.15 am Christ Church - United Service of Harvest Thanksgiving

11.45 am St. Nahi’s - NO SERVICE

7.00 pm Christ Church - Café Church


 Taney Parish is twinned with the Omey group of parishes in beautiful West Connemara