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Plans are at an advanced stage for the forthcoming Flower Festival & Art Exhibition in Christ Church, Taney on the weekend of the 5th -7th October.  This is a major part of our Bi-centenary celebrations and will be an important part of our fundraising to defray the cost of the refurbishment of the Church.
Please be sure to spread the word about this event amongst family, friends and neighbours both near and far!!

As part of this event, the organising committee are running a raffle with some excellent prizes including hotel breaks away.  Tickets will be available after the Service this Sunday and the organisers would welcome your help in selling tickets in advance of the Flower Festival.
Please note that all the Sunday Morning Services on Sunday 7th October will be held in St Nahi’s Church (including a Service at 10.15am).
We are delighted to announce that Taney Parish Junior Choir will ‘sing’ back into action in October of this year, under the instruction of Helen Doyle, Choirs Instructor in Wesley College.  We invite any children who would like to join and welcome back all those who have previously been in involved in this bright and fun group which adds so much to our worship.  We thank Suzanne Chadwick for her ministry in teaching and encouraging members of the Junior Choir over the years.
The Gardai at Dundrum Garda Station are holding a Coffee Morning in aid of Harold’s Cross & Blackrock Hospice Care Services on next Thursday, 20th September, between 10.30am – 12.30pm.  Everyone most welcome.
Sunday Confirmation Classes begin on Sunday 18th November.  All those intending to be confirmed in May 2019 must register with the Parish Office by Friday 26th October 2018.
The Taney Golf Society Outing will take place on Sunday 23rd September in Rathfarnham Golf Club. Tee times 1.00 to 3.00.  A Barbecue will be available from 5.00pm all welcome including non-golfers.  Enquiries and Bookings please to Andrew Bowers 087 669 6853 or Alan Hood 087 290 5574.
Sunday Crew is starting back on Sunday 23rd September.  It is open to all primary school children. We will be exploring our faith together through a fun filled mix of arts and crafts, drama, games, stories, projects, discussions, guest speakers, community outreach and much more!  For more information contact Sarajane 087 9256400 or
The Garda Band in conjunction with Dundrum Community Gardai are organising a recital by the Garda Band on Friday 28th September in the Sinnamon Hall at 1.00pm.  This event is aimed at people, children and adults, who have to use wheelchairs to get around along with their parents/carers.  If you are disabled and would like to attend please contact Dundrum Garda Station at 01-666 5600.
Friendly and informative classes taught by a graduate of the National Botanic Gardens, with 20 years experience will be starting in October in Taney Parish Centre.  Full notes provided.  See or contact Brian Matthews for further details 087 687 6680. 

We are currently updating our Parish Database.  If your details have changed in any way please do let us know (address, land line, mobile number or email).
It has been decided to produce another Parish Calendar for 2019.  If you have any photographs that were taken during the course of this year at various Parish Functions and events and you are willing to share them, please email them to the Parish Office

FALLING FRUIT IRELAND – FOOD SHARING PROJECT is a project to harvest the seasonal glut of local fruit (apples, pears, plums, nuts, etc.) in Dublin and to direct it to charities that cater for those in need. Each year hundreds of fruit trees go unpicked. ‘Falling Fruit’ organises a team of volunteers to pick the fruit and distribute it to local charities or other good causes. We also aim to collect surplus vegetables from the grower’s fields – gleaning for charities! This initiative acts as a helpful service to households who have fruit going to waste in their gardens. It also serves the community by directing the surplus fruit to local charities, where possible. Contact or Tel. 086 2134897 if you wish to offer fruit or volunteer. 


The clergy would appreciate being told if parishioners are in hospital, going into hospital, are being transferred or if they have been discharged, and will be pleased to offer pastoral support.  Please understand that the clergy are not automatically informed when parishioners are admitted to hospital. 



We have a number of Parishioners who would dearly love to attend Sunday Services, and who require transport.  If you feel in any way that you could offer to collect one or two of these parishioners it would be very much appreciated.  Please contact the parish office or one of the clergy if you can assist.


The office is open from 9.30am – 3.30pm Monday – Friday. Tel. No.: 01-298 5491

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Please be sure to inform the office of any changes to your contact details – e.g. address, telephone/mobile number or email.

On-call telephone number

The clergy now operate a designated emergency telephone number it is: 083 477 1673.

This number may be called in case or cases of pastoral emergency only, should there be no reply from the parish office or clergy numbers.