Welcome to our Guests from Sweden!
We will be having a special Retiring Collection today for Carrigaline Community First Response, a group of trained volunteers who assist with cardiac or respiratory arrest and choking emergency calls within our community, providing basic emergency care whilst an ambulance is en route to the patient within this area. The scheme doesn’t replace the professional emergency medical services but rather complements and enhances their services. All emergency calls are activated through the NAS National Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System which automatically alerts the on-call First Responders by SMS Text Alert of a Clinical Status 1 (ECHO) 999 emergency call in their area. If a CFR (Community First Responder) is available, they will respond. This will occur concurrently with the dispatch of emergency resources and will not delay the dispatch of those resources.
Tonight St John’s Church, Monkstown at 7pm-“Songs of Praise Choral Evensong” Sponsorship money will be donated to Focus Ireland. Thank you to all who voted.
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Invitation for all to attend The World Day of Prayer Service – “Receive Children, Receive Me” prepared by the Christian Women of Cuba, on Saturday 5th March 2016 at 10am in Our Lady and St John Parish Centre. If there are any adults or children who would like to do a reading or prayer, please let Millie Kingston know by 17th February mobile 086-8091443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CARRIGALINE FAMILY SUPPORT CENTRE We as a community have a collective responsibility to mind each other by recognising and responding to calls for help or signs of suicidal behaviour.
Carrigaline Family Support Centre are keen to empower people to feel confident in responding to people who may have suicidal thoughts. We are holding a SafeTalk programme in the Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre on February 24th from 7pm till 10pm and invite you all to attend free of charge. As places are limited, please call us on 021-4919299 to reserve your place.
Grow It Yourself The Passage, Glenbrook & Monkstown Group welcome Elmer Komans of Fruit Hill Farm, Bantry for organic seed sale and demonstration of grain mill & juicer on Thursday 18 February 2016 at 19:30 in the Church Of Ireland Hall, Passage West. All welcome. Further details email@example.com.
Owenabue Garden and Flower club, Carrigaline, will hold their next meeting on Monday 22 February at 8 pm in St Mary’s school hall. There will be a talk on “Encouraging wildlife to our gardens” by Michael Cobley of Ravens Oak Garden, Bantry. Visitors welcome. Enquiries to 0863222615.
15th Feb Toddlers Plus One 10 to 12pm Parish Hall
Monday Club 3 to 5pm Parish Hall
15th Feb Annual update of Vestry Register 7pm Parish Hall
18th Feb Children’s Movie Night 6pm Parish Hall
20th Feb Confirmation Class 6 to 8pm Rectory
5th Mar World Day of Prayer 10am OL & St J Parish Centre
16th Mar St Patrick’s Eve Eucharist as Gaelige 7.30 St Mary’s
18th Mar ‘Music in March’ Concert 7.30pm St Mary’s Dan Twomey (Tenor) , The Carrigaline Singers,
Monkstown Chamber Choir
6th Apr Theological Book Circle 8pm Rectory
14th Apr Annual Easter Vestry 7pm Parish Hall
1st May Confirmation Service 11am St Mary’s Church
15th May Dawn Chorus 5am Currabinny Woods Carpark
28th May Parish Féte 10am till 2pm St Mary’s School
Random Notes CLXXXII
Continuing from the account given in random notes of January 17th last, herewith beneath is transcribed the second reference to the St. George and the slain dragon window, set up in c.1924 by Richard Hobart Dorman, then of Newborough, nr. Kinsale, and later of Ballea Castle, nr. Carrigaline.
‘A meeting of the Select Vestry was held at the School on Monday 28th. Jan: 1924
Present: Rev. F.G. Kennedy (chairman), Capt. Newenham, Mr. R.H. Dorman, Mrs Cantillon, Miss N. Roberts, Mr J. Stanley, Mr Young, Mr H. Roberts, Mrs Daunt.-
The meeting opened with prayer & the minutes of the preceding meeting read and signed.
Mr Dorman [1[ submitted to the vestry a design by Miss Purser  of the stained glass window which he proposes to have put in Carrigaline Church in memory of the members of his family who fell in the great war. Mr Dorman explained that the design had already met with the approval of the Bishop . Capt. Newenham proposed and Mr Young seconded a resolution that this Vestry has much pleasure in accepting the design with a very hearty vote of gratitude to Mr Dorman for adding in this way to the beauty of the Church. This was carried unanimously. The meeting then terminated’
 Richard Henry Dorman (1858-1940).
 Sarah Henrietta Purse (1948-1943), the noted portraitist, of Mespil road, Dublin
 Right Revd.Charles Benjamin Dowse (1862-1934), Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 1912-1934.
It will be observed that as a result of the munificence of two brothers of the Dorman family, Carrigaline Church gained, with a short space of time, two significant and important donations, namely the elegant and very lovely silver chalice, presented in 1912, by the Revd. Samuel Hobart Dorman (b.1863), Rector of Knockmourne, and then, some twelve years later, the noteworthy and quite beautiful window, here mentioned, presented by his elder brother.