The Rector writes ‘As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, on November 30th World leaders meet in Paris to finalise a new global deal on climate change. People all over the world are taking to the streets to show that the time for procrastination is over and it is now time to act. Cork is joining in this global day of Climate Action and the rally in Cork begins at the Grand Parade at 2pm on Sunday 29th November. The March will set off promptly at 2.30pm with the route taking in Oliver Plunkett Street, Parnell Place, Merchants Quay, Patrick Street and ending back at the Grand Parade. I think it would be wonderful if as many of us from our Eco Congregation Parish Union as is possible could turn out on Sunday 29th for this local March for Climate Action.’
Some of the Gravestones behind St Mary’s Church have been deemed unstable by our Health & Safety team and are marked with red and white Hazard Tape while the County Council address the problem. Please do not let your children play near these gravestones. Thank you.
Women’s weekend. ‘Family matters’ will be a weekend of fun, refreshment and relaxation with speaker Bishop Richard Henderson. 13-15 November, Garryvoe Hotel, Castlemartyr. All (women!) welcome. Booking Forms available from the back of the church or from Hilary Dring. 086-3680513.
Life after Separation/Divorce; A course for those coming through troubled relationships who have either separated or divorced in the recent past will take place in a private but friendly setting in the Carrigaline Court Hotel. This course will be run in Dublin also by two other relationship counsellors, who are on the C. of I. Marriage Council, based in Church of Ireland House, Dublin. The course will start on Thursday 11 November for 4 consecutive Thursdays 730-9pm. Please contact Deirdre Whitley (M.R.C.S. Cert. H.Dip. Couns.)If you have any queries, or would like to meet to discuss contact her on 0862612442 or email email@example.com.
YOUTH EVENT– 5-a-side soccer tournament NCMI, Ringaskiddy. Saturday 14th November 1-6pm. €5 per person. 2 categories, Under 15’s/Juniors & Over 15’s/Seniors. Plenty to do between matches, Game consoles, table tennis, games etc. Any enquiries please contact Peter Coughlan on 086-3453361. Forms available from St Mary’s Church, Parish Office or Peter!
Flowerpots needed! Hazel Fleury is still looking for Flowerpots. If you have any spare ones lying around, especially 5 inch and larger then please let her know! 086-8157821
The Passage, Glenbrook & Monkstown Grow It Yourself have an amazing night of quiz fun and food treats organised for Thursday 19 November at 19:30 in the Church Of Ireland Hall, Passage West. All welcome. Cost €5 on door. Further details firstname.lastname@example.org
Firewood for sale from the Rectory garden. Call Henry Forbes on 087-2035000 to arrange collection or delivery.
9th November Toddler Plus One 10am Parish Hall
Monday Club 3-5pm Parish Hall
12th Nov Friendship Club 11am Rectory
14th Nov Ardfallen Fair 10am – 2pm Douglas
21st Nov Parish Quiet Day 11am – 3pm, Parish Hall.
22nd Nov Gift Day in Rectory 12 – 3pm.
29th Nov United Service 11am St Mary’s Carrigaline
Service of Wholeness & Healing 7pm St John’s Monkstown
Random Notes CXLX
The more astute readers of random notes may very well recognize and recall having already seen eleven of the twelve signatures reproduced below, as eleven were previously used to illustrate the random notes of just over a month ago on October 4th last.
The signatures are those of the curates that served in the parish of Carrigaline from 1830 to 1872, and rather unfortunately, due to a moment of absentmindedness at the time by the ever increasingly fuddled compiler of this note, the text identifying each of the signatures was then rather catastrophically omitted.
There now follows herewith reading from the top to the bottom of the page an identification of each of the signatures:
Revd. John Johnson (1800-1837) Curate,1830-1837
Revd. Alexander Latimer Waring (c.1830-1891)Curate, 1870-1871
Revd. Henry Joseph Woodrooffe (1811-1889) Curate, 1839-1846
Revd. Wiliam Charles Walker (c.1809-1897) Curate, 1847-1849
Revd. CharlesJ. McCormick ( – ) Curate, 1850-1852
Revd. Edward Henry Newenham (1817-1892) Curate, 1853-1855
Revd. Henry Thomas Wilmot (1831-1872) Curate, 1855-1860
Revd. William Sherlock (1836-19 ) Curate, 1861-1863
Revd. Charles Maunsell Benson (1840-1917) Curate, 1863-1865
Revd. Thomas Gloster (1831-1882) Curate ,1865-1868
Revd. Dacre Hamilton Powell (1843-1912) Curate, 1869
Revd. William Herbert Saunders ( – ) Curate, 1838.