Our beliefs are centred on the Holy Trinity and the fact that Jesus Christ is the unique Son of God who has taken away the sins of the world by his death and resurrection. We live by the Scriptures, and we rejoice in the fact that God has brought us by faith into a saving relationship with himself through his Son. We celebrate Baptism and Holy Communion, and believe no more and no less than historic catholic doctrine as summed up in the Creeds. We seek to be an active, outward-looking church that reaches out in love and the power of the Holy Spirit to the community in which we live.
Our mission is to be an authentic, open community of all ages and stages:
+ Making whole-life disciples of Jesus who live and share His gospel.
+ Praying, playing and learning together.
+ Worshipping God passionately.
Please Check out our Vision 2015-18 to find out how we plan to do these things
FAQ’s about what we believe
Within this section of our website we’ve added various pages about what we as Anglicans (Church of Ireland) believe about a range of common topics – click on the links below to find out more…
SOURCED FROM http://www.ireland.anglican.org/