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Gathering a History of 130 Years

Bell Tower St Mochta's ChurchOn the 1st June 1890, the first sod was turned to mark the beginning of the construction of St. Mochta’s Parish Church. In 1890 our parish population was small and intimate when everyone knew everyone. In 2020 we have 6,000 homes and ongoing building that creates a very large parish population.

To mark the Church’s 130 years, we would like to gather and produce a A History of St Mochta’s Church. If you have any stories, photographs or memorabilia that could contribute to build a picture of the faith lives and community of St Mochta’s Church, we would love to hear from you, especially going back to the early years. There is a rich history in 130 years which could bring us many stories of the people who lived, celebrated, supported and worked for the wellbeing of this church and its community.

If you have any material on the history of the church, please contact Fr Paul or Mary Greene, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This is an exciting time for our church and faith community, and we would be grateful of any information you may be able to send our way. Thank you

 
Activities at the Parish Centre Autumn 2018

Activities at the Parish Centre 

SUNDAYS

COFFEE DOCK:  after 12 mass for Welcoming Weekend.

MONDAYS   

MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESSED REDUCTION (MBSR) - 8-week course beginning 1st October 2018
7 pm to 9.30pm Places limited, f
or more information please contact Niamh at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
or call 087-2531891 or visit contact page at 
www.mindfulwellbeing.ie.

TUESDAYS   

PARENT, Baby & Toddler Group— Finished until September

Meet every Tuesday from 10 am to 12 noon -
The Group Calendar generally runs alongside primary school calendar.

YOGA- 8.15pm Contact Jakki 086 0792469. - Returns Late September

St. Vincent de Paul meet at 7 pm.  

WEDNESDAYS   

YOGA  - 10.15 - 11.45 Contact Jakki 086 0792469. Returning Late September

THURSDAYS 

Baby Group (0-6 months) run by Jennifer, District Health Nurse. 11 am to 12.30 - Returning late September

Legion of Mary meet from 8 pm to 9.30pm

CECILIAN THEATRE ARTS  - every Thursday from 3.30 - 5pm—Extra classes added due to demand. 
• Award-Winning Drama, Dance, and Singing School for Boys and Girls age 4-18 years. 
• Strictly Limited Places
• 9 Week Term: 1½ hrs per class, (reasonably priced) 
• ENROL NOW, PAY LATERPhone Jennifer 086 3185852  www.ceciliantheatrearts.ie        

TAI CHI:7 pm

FRIDAYS 

DOODLE TOTS Club: at 10.30 am to 11.30 am Contact Maria -  0879267087.

SMYG (Foroige Youth Group) 2 Age Groups meets every second Friday. Junior Group for 5th and 6th class and Senior Group Teenagers from 1st year to 6th year welcome. 

SATURDAYS 

CSM—Mini Music Academy - Special Needs— Contact Jilly 01 8261100.  

BAPTISMAL PROGRAMME - First Saturday of each month on Welcoming Weekend. Contact Fr Paul, Deacon Tim, or Mary Greene after masses over the weekend.

 
Want to explore more about your Faith?

Pathways:

An adult Faith Development Programme in Clonliffe College, Dublin 3. Pathways is a two-year one night a week course for adults who wish to explore their faith. For more information phone 01 8379253 www.evangelisation.ie or see poster at the back of the church.

Faith for Life:

Faith for Life is a course to help you discover more energising and empowering ways to live out your faith in the reality of today’s world through relationships in family, parish, workplace; and the events of daily life. It aims to help you become more open, confident, trusting and willing to work for change. For more information email www.evangelisation.ie / phone 01 8373732 Ext. 246.

 
Crosscare Services

Please see some of Crosscare Services and download their February newsletter here for more details:

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Parents don't lose the head!!

Don’t Lose the Head  is a workshop for parents run by Crosscare.

Crosscare is offering workshops for parents who would like to communicate effectively with their children  around drug & alcohol issues. 

It’s free of charge and all participants receive a free book on the subject.  

For more information about forthcoming workshops please visit www.drugs.ie or www.crosscare.ie.

 
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