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Welcome to All Saints' Church

We're Back! Carboot Dates for 2017

Hours of opening 8am to 3pm. Parishioners have been very kind and helpful in offering support to staff the kitchen in All Saints' Hall and to act as stewards on the day of the car boot. We are optimistic that we can continue the past success of the car boots as an additional source of revenue to help replenish parish funds.

As well as being a fundraiser for the parish, we have used the opportunity of the car boots as a means of outreach to the wider community and have endeavoured to open the church to visitors on each car boot Saturday.

Click the link below to visit the Raheny Carboot website for additional information

All Saints' Church Raheny

All Saints' parish in Raheny is the local Church of Ireland community where the current church was dedicated in 1889. Moneys raised from the car boots go to contribute to parish funds which held keep the church doors open and the parish finances to work.

The church building has an interesting history and tours are available on request.

We are a small parish with Sunday services at 9am and 10am which are open to all to attend.

There is a vibrant community of parishioners who run events for older parishioners such as the Mothers Union and bowling and tabletennis as well as Sunday School JAM club for younger members and Girls and Boys Brigade. New parishioners and visitors are most welcome.

Important Links

Service Times

Click below for service times

Raheny Carboot

Click below for information, dates and times of Raheny Carboot

Parish News

Click below for the latest Parish News and access to our News Archives


All Saints' has a rich history of music click below to find out more


Click Below for great links to daily prayers and video sermons

Parish Newsletter

Click below to subscribe to our bimonthly parish newsletter via email.



Raising the Roof. Order our community cookbook online and receive free postage and packaging!


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