Parish Assembly nominations are open

The Parish Assembly is a good indicator of the vitality of a parish faith community.

Enniskeane and Desertserges parishioners nominated their first parish assembly in 2016.

People serve a three-year term in leadership and action in the parish.

This is a message from some of the members of the outgoing assembly.

You can nominate yourself or another online now at

Nominations close on June 19th. Nominees will be contacted and invited to an Information Meeting for newly nominated members will be held in Castletown Church on Tuesday evening June 28th where everyone will meet and find out what’s involved so people can then decide to commit to it or not.

Is this your time?

Our Parish Assembly’s term of service is out since last year but they kindly agreed to stay involved until this year — to allow for the impact of Covid19.

So the parish is asking everyone in our faith community to think about nominating themselves or someone else to be a member.

This video shows the many people who have been involved — and are welcome to serve again if they wish. But we need fresh ideas, new energy, more inspiration, too!

The weekend of June 14th is your Assembly Nomination weekend and nominations close a week later on the 19th. We’ll have nomination papers at all the Masses – and you can also nominate online on this website by clicking here.

Enrolment open for parish young people’s choir

Cór na nÓg Inis Céin youth choir is resuming rehearsals on Monday night September 16th 2019 in Enniskeane Church from 7:00 to 8.00pm. 

Children 3rd class and under have the option of leaving at 7:30. We will focus purely on 4th class upwards from 7:30-8pm. Newcomers are welcome from First class upwards and including post-primary school students. We already have a large group of boys and girls in the choir and they sing approximately once a month accompanying Mass. 

Any child under 8 years must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at practices. Enrolment form is available at the link below and can be brought to any of the practices. 

Enniskeane hosts International speaker on Faith on Dec 2nd

Fr. Tom Casey is a Dublin priest who was ordained in 1993 and has taught in post-primary school, worked in parish and lectured in Rome.

At the invitation of the Faith Development Group of the Enniskeane Parish Assembly he will share his wisdom and experience of the challenges in being a Catholic in today’s fast-paced and challenging world. The topic will interest all concerned with passing on the faith to the young as well as anyone trying to make sense of their faith.

Gort Mhuire Centre, Enniskeane (Dunmanway side of the primary school)

Sunday 2nd December, 2012,
5pm – 6.15pm

(followed by light Advent themed refreshments — No charge — all are very welcome)

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