I hope you and your families are keeping well and stay safe in these difficult times. I am pleased that the restrictions have been eased somewhat. However, with many still in place I continue to stream services online. Apologies for the technical problems last week.
All the videos will be hosted on YouTube with links to the YouTube video on the website, Facebook and Twitter. I hope you can join me in these. The most recent video can be viewed on the Parish website homepage at www.castleknock.dublin.anglican.org.
I will broadcast a Service of Morning Prayer for the Fifth Sunday of Easter at 10.00 a.m. this Sunday, 10th May.
I would like to thank Philip Good, my wife Adrienne, Jenny McGrath, and those who will take part in the service this week for their help.
If you have children, or are young at heart, you can download, free of charge, activities from Roots on https://www.rootsontheweb.com and also the new Dublin and Glendalough Kids Facebook Page.
For those many people that have been and continue to be affected by the crisis, my thoughts and prayers are with you. We continue to pray for all victims and their families that have been affected by the Coronavirus and also pray and give thanks to the healthcare, and all front line, workers.
As I have mentioned before if anyone needs assistance, either personal or financial, please do not hesitate to contact me, at the Rectory, on 01 8213083.
Jenny continues working from home and can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you know of anyone who is not getting the weekly letter, service sheet or email updates, please do ask them to send in an email and they can be added to the list, or maybe you know someone that hasn’t an email and you could print off the service sheet and drop it in to them.
I will keep in contact until we meet again.
With kind regards & God Bless,
Castleknock & Mulhuddart with Clonsilla Parish