Dublin St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church
Republic of Ireland, Ireland
The Indian Orthodox worshipping community in Ireland has had its existence from the early 2000s. It was formally declared as the first Parish in the Republic of Ireland in the year 2006 by the late lamented H.G Dr. Thomas Mar Makarios. Since then, under the diligent leadership of clergy and with the efforts of Parishioners, the Parish has made a marked presence in the Republic Ireland.
Dublin, St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church is an active member of ecumenical initiatives such as Irish Council of Churches, Dublin Council of Churches, Inter Faith Forum and Orthodox Church fellowship.
The Parish currently has over a 100 member families, several international students. Spiritual Organizations such as Sunday school, Youth, MOMS, AMOSS etc. are active. The Parish has recently bought 60 cents of property and have obtained the planning permission to build its own church building at Palmerstown, Dublin.
Place of Worship & Timings
St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Cathal Burgh Street, Upper O’Connell St., Dublin 1., Republic of Ireland
Every Sunday – Morning Prayers 9.30 am, Holy Qurbana 10.15 am. Evening Prayers (Daily at 7pm): Malankara House, (Chapel), Old Lucan Road, Palmerstown, Dublin 20, D20 VP97, Republic of Ireland