is at 10.30am in Manor Mills, on the first floor. Our entrance is along the path by the river.
On Friday 25th March, MCC gathered for our annual Tenebrae Service in Manor Mills. Tenebrae comes from the Latin word for ‘Shadow’ and the service portrays the events that took place during the first Good Friday leading up to the ‘shadow’ of Jesus’ death. Combining readings, song and silence, Tenebrae begins in light but after each reading a candle is blown out […]
On Saturday 5th March, MCC was delighted to host this year’s World Day of Prayer Service prepared by the women of Cuba. This year’s theme was “Receive Children, Receive Me” and the reflection was given by our own Mrs Alison King. As you can see from the photos below, the decorations around the theme were a beautiful […]
On 20th December 2015 MCC is delighted to invite you to a special Christmas Concert in aid of Kildare Refugee Centre. This will be an evening of Christmas music and song (with guest performers from near and far) in aid of this much needed centre for those fleeing regions of violence and war. Our venue will be our usual first […]
On Friday 26th July MCC ventured once again onto the Square in Maynooth for our 2013 Arts Festival. This year’s theme was “Wonder” and, as always, our folks produced all kinds of beautiful, moving and fun artwork for our community to enjoy. Bolstered by our Encounter interns Kate, Bria and Courtney, and led by our […]