Other Parish Groups
The parish is part of a wider community in Donnycarney. Information about a number of other community groups is given here. If you would like your group, service or community group to appear on our website please contact the Parish Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org your group name below for more information
St. Martha's Guild
St. Martha's Guild is a ministry of women of the parish, who maintain the Altar linens, shrines, candles, flowers and decorations used for the praise and glory of God our Father at the celebration of the Mass. It is a multi-task ministry also maintaining the Holy Water fonts, candles. Anyone interested in joining may contact Teresa Buggy or the sacristy.
The Repository shop can be accessed from the church porch, and is open before and after week day and weekend Masses for the sale of religious items. Giving someone a Christian gift is a simple way of spreading the faith, providing comfort at a difficult time and sharing in joy. Among the stock available are cards, rosaries, crucifixes, Bibles, candles, medals, statuettes and Catholic papers and periodicals. The "Shop" as it's affectionately called is managed by Aileen Keighery and a group of dedicated volunteers.
Young Adult Faith and Friendship GroupOur young adult faith and friendship group "does exactly what it says on the tin". It encourages faith and friendship between young adults (18-30years). They meet on Tuesday nights in the church sacristy at 8.00pm and discuss the readings from the next Sunday's Mass. Come along and meet new friends. During Lent and Advent they organize a series of Bible Lectures. For Lent, next February will begin a series of lectures by Fr. Kieran O' Mahony. The course begins on Thursday 12th February and continues for six weeks. All are welcome and admission is free.
St. Joseph's Young Priest Society
A society of lay people who pray and work to foster and support vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Meets monthly and have a small table for donations inside the church on the first Sunday of each month.
Society of St Vincent de Paul Conference (Donnycarney)
Our Lady of Consolation Conference of the Society has been serving the people of Donnycarney for over forty years. Many of the families who were helped in the early years are now contributors when means allow. The people and especially the Massgoers of Donnycarney have supported the work of the volunteers in the Society over many years and continue to do so to this day. Their generosity has been exceptional. Over the past forty years the needs of families have changed little ...food, heat, short term relief and a caring ear. Unfortunately the circumstances and context of these needs are now much broader due to the high expectations and the demands of modern living.
Much of our work now involves new Irish, single parent and separated families as well as caring for families who for some reason need our help. Thanks to the generosity of our benefactors.
- We provide educational and financial advice and support
- We work in tandem with the priests of the parish, local primary and second level schools and Le Chéile Youth Centre to provide educational help and advice
- In the summer we facilitate holidays to Sunshine House, Balbriggan and teenagers go to Birr Adventure Centre. Senior citizens are facilitated with a week in Kerdiffstown House Co Kildare
- At Christmas we deliver food hampers and toys to families in need
Should you or anybody you know be in need of advice or help please do not hesitate to call to Le Chéile Community Centre any Wednesday evening at 8p.m.or telephone our local number 086 6659254. We will arrange to call to your home or to meet at a mutually agreeable place.
Donnycarney Community & Youth Centre
The Centre, also known as Le Cheile, is a multi-purpose facility that provides a wide range of services and activities for people of all ages. The Centre's facilities are available for Bookings. Our facilities are suitable for Fitness and Sport activities, Meetings and Public Functions. We also host Birthday Parties for primary school aged children. You can choose from one of our special packages or hire a party venue only.
Reception on Clancarthy Road, Collins Avenue East, Dublin 5. General enquiry email@example.com
Booking enquiry firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone:01 - 832 9676 Fax: 01 - 832 8296
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 10pm
Friday: 8am - 8.30pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: on request
For more information please check out http://www.dcyc.ie/
Donnycarney Scout Group (58th/85th)
In Donnycarney, we are in our 54th year of Scouting. Thousands of children and teenagers have passed through our doors, many going onto to be leaders both in our group and community. We run 4 different sections at present the beavers aged 6-8 currently with 25 members on their books, the cub section consisting of 8-11 years old and currently our largest section with 35 members, the Scout Section ranging from 11 to 15 and a half and numbers wise coming in at 33. We also have a huge and incredibly active Venturer Section of 9 young men and women aged between 16 and 18.
Where / When group meets:
Scouts Den: Clancarthy Rd., off Collins Ave., Donnycarney.
Monday Scouts 7.30 - 9.30pm Ventures & Rovers 8.00 - 10.00pm
Wednesday Beavers 6.15 - 7.30pm
Friday Cubs 7.00 - 8.30pm
For more information on our different sections please check out http://www.donnycarneyscouts.ie
Donnycarney Beaumont Local Care Centre
Providing a social outlet for older people, retired and/or living alone and helping to improve the quality of their lives generally.
- Morning Tea everyday Monday to Friday after 10.30am
- Bowling: Every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm
- Bingo: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3pm
- Computer Classes for Seniors on-going. Supported by Age Action
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. It is a 'Twelve Step' fellowship dedicated to helping anyone suffering because of their drinking.
Meetings: Friday Night at 8.30pm and Sunday morning at 11.30pmDonnycarneyBeaumont Meals on Wheels
Hot meals are delivered to housebound folk (by referral only) by diligent group of drivers every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Dinners are also provided in the centre by referral at 12noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Exercise and Movement for older people every Friday at 11.00am
Chiropody: Regular Clinic
Contact: Phyllis Stefanazzi, Administrator, (01) 831 9783
Donnycarney Beaumont & District Credit Union Ltd.
Donnycarney Beaumont Credit Union (http://www.dbcu.com) is a group of people who save together and lend to each other at a fair and reasonable rate of interest. Credit unions offer members the chance to have control over their own finances by making their own savings work for them. Every credit union is owned by the members - the people who save and borrow with it - People like you.
When you become a member and start saving with your credit union you will have access to fair and reasonable rates on savings and loans. Your savings contribute to your credit union's loan fund. So your savings are helping other members. Members like you.
Artaine Castle Opening Hours
- Monday 9am to 5pm
- Tuesday 10am to 5pm
- Wednesday 9am to 5pm
- Thursday 9am to 8pm
- Friday 9am to 8pm
- Saturday 9am to 5pm
Donnycarney Office Opening Hours
- Monday 9.30am to 1pm & 2pm to 4pm
- Tuesday 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 4pm
- Wednesday 9.30am to 1pm & 2pm to 4pm
- Thursday 9.30am to 1pm & 2pm to 4pm
- Friday 9.30am to 6.30pm
- Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm