At the centre of all we believe and witness to, as a parish, is the Lord Jesus Christ.
We believe the gospel is the good news of how he died on the cross in our place so as we could have our sin forgiven and receive eternal life.
As a parish church within the Church of Ireland (Anglican) we are both catholic and reformed in our expression of faith. We subscribe to the historic teaching of the Church of Ireland and her formularies – the book of Common Prayer, the ordinal and the 39 articles of religion. You can read more about this by following this link
We are a member church of the Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh with the Rt Rev’d Dr Ferran Glenfield our serving bishop. Kinawley & Holy Trinity parish is sympathetic to the aims of GAFCON and it’s local affiliation, Gafcon Ireland (www.gafcon.org)
. We subscribe to the GAFCON Jerusalem Statement and Declaration from 2008 (Click here for PDF Version).
As a parish church we are currently working on a new ‘vision statement’ with more details to follow.