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Our services continue in St John’s at 11.00am each Sunday.


All are welcome to join us.


Jesus said, “A new commandment I give to you,

That you love one another;

even as I have loved you, that you also love one another”.


Culture Night in St John’s


This year’s Culture Night event will take place on

Friday, 22nd September

from 6pm to 9pm, with the theme

"Witness to our Culture - Life at St John's".


Do drop in to see this historic church and site associated with St. Brendan.

At 6.30pm, there will be a chance to meet some of the church organisations.

At 7pm, Douglas Appleyard will lead a tour around this living church.

At 8pm, there will be an opportunity to hear about other cultures that have moulded people’s lives and for you to talk about your culture.

The evening will close with an ‘Indoor Picnic’ - bring your own little parcel of ‘food with memories’..



Harvest Thanksgiving Service

Sunday, 1st October at 11.00 a.m.

We invite you to visit us for our Harvest Thanksgiving Service when we thank the Lord for the harvest. The church will be decorated with an abundance of flowers, fruit and vegetables, which will be given to charitable causes.



May the Peace of the Lord be always with you.



The Rev’d Kevin Ronné was instituted as the new Rector of our grouped parishes of Raheny and Coolock, by the Archbishop of Dublin on Thursday, June 1st, and he has now taken over the pastoral care of the parish.




For up-to-date position, please refer to




St John's is a Church of Ireland Church (Anglican, Episcopalian).

The parish of Coolock is grouped with the Parish of Raheny - All Saints' Church.

While both churches are welcoming places, they are both completely different architecturally – St John’s was built as a small country church, has 9thC artifacts, and is associated with St Brendan and has stained glass by Burne-Jones, Child, Purser and Meyers, while All Saints’ church is a magnificent ornate building, erected on the corner of St Anne’s Park, thanks to the generosity of Lord Ardilaun of the Guinness family.


"telling, teaching, tending, transforming, treasuring" 


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