Cathedral to host Thanksgiving Service for 400 years of worship


St Macartin's Cathedral to host Thanksgiving Service.

The Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, the Most Revd John McDowell, will be the preacher at a major milestone in the history of St. Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen on Friday, 24 March at 7.30pm.

The Cathedral will be hosting a Thanksgiving Service to mark 400 years of worship on this site.

The parish of Enniskillen was formed in 1622 and St Macartin’s Cathedral, formerly St Anne’s Church has stood for 400 years at one of the highest spots in Enniskillen and has been a spiritual beacon and home for many generations of Christians.

Today, St Macartin’s is still committed to providing a welcoming home to all who are seeking to deepen and develop their spiritual lives and their relationship with God.

The Rowan tree leaves and berries are symbolic with the name Macartin, which means, “Son of the Rowan Tree.”

St Macartin's Cathedral.