Church of the Assumption, JordanstownChurch of the Assumption, Jordanstown

For information about Church of Assumption, Jordanstown contact Fr. Michael Whittaker at 046-9541282

 

St. Michael's Church, RathmolyonSt. Michael's Church, Rathmolyon

For Information about St. Michael's Church, Rathmolyon contact Fr. John Kennedy at 046-955212

 

Oratory, EnfieldOratory, Enfield

For information about Enfield Oratory contact Fr. Michael Whittaker at 046-9541282

 
Welcome

 

 

 

  • Reopening of Churches for public Masses. We are returning to public masses this Monday evening at 7pm in Jordanstown with all social distancing measures in place .A very joyous occasion for us all. Our normal schedule of weekend masses resumes next weekend Jordanstown Saturday 7pm and Sunday 9am and 11am . Rathmolyon Saturday 8pm and Sunday 10am. Mass during the week on Tuesday and Thursday in Jordanstown at 10am and in Rathmolyon on Wednesday and Friday at 10am . Thanking everyone for their great support and generosity during Covid restrictions.Fr Michael and Fr John
  • Mercy Convent Trim - Donate Statue of Our Lady and the Child Jesus to Rathmolyon Church View here
  • Public Masses resume from Monday 9th May 
  • Mass Times
  • Tuesday and Thursday at 10am -Jordanstown Church
  • Wednesday and Friday at 10am - Rathmolyon Church
  • Saturday at 7pm Jordanstown Church, 8pm Rathmolyon Church
  • Sunday at 9am and 11am Jordanstown Church, 10am Rathmolyon Church
  • Children's Bullitin - 6th Sunday of Easter View here
  •  Children's Colouring Page - 6th Sunday of Easter View here

Mass on facebook from Jordanstown and Rathmolyon Churches View here

Jordanstown Church WebCam View here

Rathmolyon Church WebCam View here

Enfield/Rathmolyon Parish Newsletter 9th May 2021  View here

Donate - Please support our Parish View Here

 

 

 

Welcome to the Parish of Enfield/Rathmolyon website.

We are delighted that you have taken time to visit our website and we hope that it will be of help to you.

Our Parish has seen many changes over the past number of years.

From being a largely rural parish, we have developed into a large urban area. The number of homes has more than doubled over the past 10 years and we extend a warm welcome to people who have chosen to come to live among us.

The Parish website has been set up as a means of reaching out to all, not only our parishioners but also our friends and relatives abroad.

We hope that the website will be a means for people to become involved in the life of the parish, both our community and parish groups, and a means of accessing information regarding participation in the various sacraments of the Church.

 

A prayer at the beginning of each day.

I stand before you today Lord, ready for the challenges that this day will bring.

Help me to keep the spirit of your word alive in my heart and to remember

that you are always with me,at home or at work,

amongst strangers or friends,faced with struggles or joys.

Be with me, Lord and guide me, wherever I may go.

Give me the courage to be open and responsive

to the call of serving all your people. Amen.

 

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