Wednesday 27th February at 7.30pm in the church hall.
Friday 1st March – Colebrooke and Cooneen MU host Women's World Day of Prayer in Colebrooke Parish Church at 8pm. All welcome.
Tuesday 5th March – Safeguarding Children Training for Parish Panel Members in the Cathedral Halls, Enniskillen starting at 7.30pm. The training will last approximately two hours and will be delivered by Margaret Yarr, Safeguarding Officer NI for both new and existing panel members. To book a place contact Claire Geoghegan; Email: Claire email@example.com or Tel. 02890828860.
Saturday 9th March – Mrs Cecil Alexander Exhibition in St. Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen from 11.00am - 4.00am.
Sunday 10th March – An evening of praise with the hymns of Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander at 7.00pm in St. Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen.
Tuesday 19th February – Talk on the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in St. Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen at 7.30pm, by the Bishop of Clogher, Right Revd John McDowell and hosted by the Dean and Chapter of Clogher Diocese. 2019 is the 150th anniversary of Disestablishment.]
Wednesday 20th February – Talk on the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in St Patrick's Church, Monaghan at 8.00pm, by the Bishop of Clogher, Right Revd John McDowell and hosted by the Dean and Chapter of Clogher Diocese. 2019 is the 150th anniversary of Disestablishment.
Lunchtime Healing Services will take place in the Iona Room, St. Macartin's Cathedral Hall, Enniskillen.
They take place on the 4th Thursday of the month from 1.00 - 1.35pm.
Next service Thursday 24th January led by Archdeacon Harper.
Friday 25th January – Table Quiz for St. Mark's Parish, Augher in the Carmichael Hall at 8pm. All welcome.
Tuesday 19th February – Talk on the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in St. Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen at 7.30pm, by the Bishop of Clogher, Right Revd John McDowell and hosted by the Dean and Chapter of Clogher Diocese. 2019 is the 150th anniversary of Disestablishment.
Meeting on Wednesday 23rd January at 8pm in the rectory.
You are cordially invited to afternoon tea and musical entertainment by Row Crowe on Colebrooke Hall on Tuesday 3rd July from 2.30pm until 4.30pm.
Please contact Irene Boyd (02889521419) or Valerie Clendenning (02889521710) before 1st July if you are planning to attend.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Saturday 16th - Sunday 17th June, 2018.
10:00am to 8:00pm
Colebrooke Group of Parishes is hosting a flower festival displayed in Colebrooke House and tours of the walled garden.
Refreshments will be provided in Colebrooke Church Hall each day and Colebrooke Church will also be open for visitors.
All proceeds are towards Cancer Connect NI and the Colebrooke Group of Parishes.
27th March - 8.00pm Cooneen (Tuesday)
28th March - 8.00pm Colebrooke (Wednesday)
29th March - 8.00pm Cooneen Maundy Thursday Communion
30th March - 8.00pm Colebrooke Good Friday
1st April - 11.00am Colebrooke Easter Day Holy Communion
On Wednesday 21st March at 8.00pm, in place of our usual format of Lenten Service and our regular Mothers’ Union meeting, we will be welcoming Voice of Recovery to Colebrooke parish hall. Voice of Recovery will be telling their story of helping those with addiction overcome their struggle through poetry and music. Following is an extract from their Facebook page: “Voice of Recovery are a singing group of people in recovery from addiction. Some of them met through a rehab centre in Newry, Co Down, through a series of singing workshops that were initiated by the Arts Council Northern Ireland. Their performances are deeply moving, and they tell the story of addiction to recovery through the creative arts of poetry, music and composition. They are a committed group of people who have found their victory song and their musical voice encourages others who struggle with addiction to do the same. Their Musical Director is Sheila Smyth from The Right Key CIC. Sheila is a composer, musician and music teacher. Voice of Recovery have performed at health conferences, theatres and concert halls both at home, Belfast, London, Cardiff and Astros in Greece. They have been instrumental in challenging the stigma of addiction within the UK. Their story encourages others to move from weakness into strength. Their courage in going public with their recovery, has made them true heroes, and earned them respect at every performance. They give people hope, that they too can be free from the prison of addiction.”
This evening is open to everyone and there will be no price of admission. Donations may be received to help with this very worthwhile ongoing work