to the home page of the Anglican community in the mid-West of Ireland. The Anglican Diocese of Limerick and Killaloe is part of the Church of Ireland and therefore part of the world wide Anglican Communion.
Whatever you are looking for you will find it in our diocese, from the quite beauty of forests and mountains, spectacular cliffs dropping straight into the wild Atlantic, busy seaside towns and the bustle of the city. Yes and a river runs through it all. Wherever you go in our diocese you will find us, the Anglican community, bearing witness to the one God, Father Son and Holy Spirit, who creates and redeems all things.
Why not explore our pages, find out a bit more about us here, or have a look at our news pages. More importantly why not drop in at one of our events or just join us for Sunday worship, all the details are just here, and there is a map to help you find the way. You will find a warm welcome wherever you go amongst us.
St. Brendan's Tarbert Celebrates 200 years
Over the door of St. Brendan's Tarbert (Kilnaughtin) is the date 1814. The parishioners hosted a celebration of the first 200 years of the Church on Sunday August 17th with a special service.
Notification of 2014 Diocesan Synod
The Diocesan Synod 2014 Meets on Saturday October 4th in villiers School
New Rector for Adare Group
Bishop Trevor, in one of his last official acts as Bishop, instituted The Rev'd Canon Liz Beasley as Rector of the Adare and Kilmallock group of parishes