You are most welcome as you come to live here or as you express your interest in finding out more about being part of our church community. Here in Holy Trinity, we are a vibrant, caring and inclusive parish with a unique history of service to our parish family and to the wider community.
We hope that there is something to meet everyone’s interests and needs as much as to benefit from the distinctive contribution you have to offer.
If you haven’t already done so, please complete our ‘Welcome Card’, so we can keep our records up to date. This means you will receive details of all parish information and activities in the form of our parish magazine, The Obelisk, which will be delivered to you.
On this website are details of some of the many aspects of our Parish life and worship. You will also find us on Facebook – www.facebook.com/holytrinitykilliney and Twitter – www.twitter.com/htkilliney
Killiney-Glenageary National School, is flourishing and provides not only excellent facilities for education but also the warm and happy environment in which our children are nurtured and challenged. Mrs Sadie Honor (Principal) may be contacted at the school Tel: + 353 (0) 1 285 6011
The focus of our witness and outreach is our worship each Sunday. Hopefully in Holy Trinity you will find our worship to be joyful, relevant, inclusive, dignified, challenging and welcoming. Our life together is grounded in our worship, in word and sacrament – a community gathered around the sacred yet reaching out in love and service to others. We believe communities like Killiney are the best hope not only for a just and peaceful world but also a haven for friendship, which fosters a sense of belonging in a warm and sociable ambiance.
As Rector, I ask you to join with us as together we meet for worship, for nurture, for fun and friendship. I am pleased to be contacted at any time and especially so when there is sickness and need or those intimate times when family and church life touch.
With every good wish,Niall
The Rev’d Canon Niall J. Sloane,