All Saints’ Church


Those who cannot wait until 5th July are invited to join me at midnight on Sunday 29th for a symbolic re-opening of the churches with prayers for healing the hurts of the past months and prayers of hope for the future.

In solidarity with each other, parishioners of both parishes meet at St. John’s at 11.55pm for ten minutes or so and then all go to All Saints’ for around 12.20am. I aim to finish at around 12.30am. Please let me know if you would like to participate by contacting Liberty in the office.

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.