Many groups are involved in the life of our Church
The role of the Sacristan and those who attend to the work of the Sacristy is an important ministry in our parish. Our Sacristans not only assist the priest, but support the entire congregation to participate fully, consciously and actively in liturgical celebrations.
Our team of Sacristans play a crucial role in the “behind the scenes” work of preparing our church and ensure that everything is in place to celebrate the Mass. In our parish, with 4 churches, Mass is celebrated at different times on weekdays and on Sundays.
Our Sacristans are:
Curtlestown Norah Burton (01) 2829745
Enniskerry Sadie O’Connell (01)
Glencree Aidan Maher (01) 2861956
Kilmacanogue Breda Donnelly (01)
Ministers of the Word
Our readers read the word of God at our liturgies. Each church has its own coordinators
Enniskerry : Phil Kenna c/o Parish Office 01 276 0030
Kilmacanogue : Joyce Townsend c/o Parish office 01 202 1882
If you would like to be a Minister of the Word or have served in your previous parish, please let us know.
Ministers of the Eucharist
Our Ministers of the Eucharist assist in the distribution of Holy Communion at the Masses in our Parish and bring Holy Communion to the sick and house-bound . Each Church has its own Co-ordinator
Enniskerry– Conor Gleeson, c/o Parish Office
Kilmacanogue- Mary King c/o Parish Office
If you would like to be a Eucharistic Minister or have served in your previous parish, please let us know.
Our parish choirs are adult choirs and sing our Masses and on other liturgical occasions during the year. New members are always welcome. All enquires to the Parish Office
We have three parish choirs:-
St Mary’s, Enniskerry –
St. Patrick’s, Curtlestown at 10am Mass – Sunday
St. Mochonog’s, Kilmacanogue at 10am Mass – Sunday
Contacts: Enniskerry – Ms. June Rafferty, Kilmacanogue – Ms. Sylvia Bolger Curtlestown – Ms. Chris Deasy
The Cantors lead the singing at our Masses on any Sundays the choir don’t sing. They are usually choir members, but others who cannot make a commitment to the choir often lead the congregation at the Mass.