We had our enrolment service in November, when Officers and members were enrolled for this year. Rev. Avril Bennet preached about the different "gifts" we are given in life and how we should not be afraid to use them and how we are all special in our own way. The service was very enjoyable and we are grateful to Peter O'Callaghan and the 1st Dublin Co. band for playing on the day. The service would not be the same without their input and we are lucky to have them bring their "gift" of music to the church for our service each year.
On the night of the Christmas fair, some of company and junior section went on a night hike to the Hellfire Club. Turnout was disappointing, but those that attended were rewarded with a crisp, clear night, making for great views of the city lights, shooting stars and lots of air traffic coming and going to the airport.
The boys were transported to and from the event by the Garda Community Unit, thanks to Garda Jim Fleming from Tallaght Garda Station. Many thanks to John and Terry, Alex Graham and to parent Anthony Barrett for helping to look after the boys on the night.
We will close on December 12th, when we are expecting a visit from a very special person. Let's just say " You better watch out , you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm tellin you why".............guess who is coming to B.B.?
The staff of the company would like to wish you all a very happy Christmas and good health and happiness for 2009.Early in the new year, there will be a five a side football competition for juniors. Anchor boys will be going to the Lambert Puppet Theatre on January 17th.
We will re open on January 16th 2009
Service TimesEach Sunday
1st Sunday Holy Communion
2nd Sunday Morning Prayer
3rd Sunday Holy Communion
4th Sunday Service of The Word - Family Service
5th Sunday Morning Prayer