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Welcome

Christmas Schedule

Holiday Services – Please note the time changes

  • 25-Dec @ 10:30am (Christmas day): an earlier and shorter service than the Sunday service. On-line (Facebook) only for your COVID-19 protection.
  • 26-Dec (St Stephens day): There will be no Sunday service on the day following Christmas
  • 31-Dec @ 8:00pm (New Years Eve): An On-line (Facebook) only service will be broadcast from church 
  • 02-Jan @ 11:00am: Sunday services resume as normal. In-person & on-line.

Our Logo – The Flaming Chalice

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The official symbol of our church is a flaming chalice. Originally a sign of refuge for those escaping Nazi persecution, the symbol now holds meanings as varied as each of the thousands of Unitarian congregations that light chalices at the beginning of their weekly services. (More about the Flaming Chalice.)


Prayer Requests

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We have a prayer circle with whom to share your joys and concerns. You can send in requests, or join the prayer circle and pray for others. More information here.


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As much as we love our website, the place where we go to interact and share up to the minute information is our Facebook page. Come visit us there.


Support Our Work

Support Our Work

We are not a large church and our sole income is derived from the generosity of those who feel a connection with us. If you would like to donate, be it a once off or a reoccurring payment, you may do so, through the safety and security of iDonate. More information here.


Latest Announcements

Has the Grinch Stolen Christmas?

Christmas shopping among crowded small stalls of merchants and craftspeople is a pleasant nostalgic memory for many Cork residents. That is precisely the image that many secular Cork residents have about the Unitarian Church as they talk favourably about shopping at the vendor market at Christmas time. That local shopping tradition was interrupted last year […]

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