Rector: The Very Revd Kenneth Hall (Dean of Clogher)
 St. Macartin's Rectory, 13 Church Street, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. BT74 7DW
 Tel: 028 66 322465

Curate Assistant: The Revd Chris MacBruithin
 The Curatage, 2 Hall's Lane, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, BT74 7DR
 Tel: 028 66 228059

Diocesan Pastoral Assistant:
Mr Will Stevenson

St Macartin's Cathedral Office
 St Macartin's Cathedral Hall, Hall's Lane, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. BT74 7DR
 Tel: 028 66 322917



St Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen
St Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen

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Dates for your Diary:

November 2018

Sunday 4th November – Service of Choral Evensong in St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen at 3pm to mark the 400th Anniversary of the opening of the Free School of Fermanagh in Castle Balfour, Lisnaskea. Preacher: The Right Revd David Chillingworth, Former Primus of the Church of Scotland and former pupil of Portora Royal School. The school moved 30 years later to a site near the Cathedral and became Enniskillen Royal School and, after another 100 years, moved to Portora Hill. The Portora Board helped found Enniskillen Royal School for Girls which later became the Collegiate. The Service will celebrate the Royal tradition of education in Fermanagh and the potential for Enniskillen Royal Grammar School to carry forward this Royal strand, enriched by the traditions of both Portora and the Collegiate.

Sunday 11th November – Commemoration event to mark 100th anniversary of the ending of First World War at Enniskillen Castle, 5:45am-7.30am including Prayers of Reflection and a Service conducted by the Very Revd Kenneth Hall, Dean of Clogher and the Right Revd Monsignor Peter O'Reilly, Parish Priest of St Michael's Church Enniskillen 11:30 at St. Macartin’s Cathedral: Remembrance Day Service with special guests from the British, Irish, American, Polish and NI Governments. To be broadcast live on RTE ONE 5:30pm, Regimental Standards positioned in Cathedral ; ‘There but not There’ (10 perspex figures) installation in place; 6:00pm, Service: ‘Enniskillen - the first town in the United Kingdom to publicly proclaim the Armistice on 11th November 1918 and the most westerly location to host ‘Battle’s Over’ - A Nation’s Tribute commemorating 100 years of Remembrance. 7:00pm, Bat

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The Diocese of Clogher