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We attended the 11:00 morning service recently and it was very meaningful. The music (robed choir) must be one of Dublin's best kept secrets. The building is beautifully kept and the rector gave a very inspiring talk. Wonderful!
I love visiting churches in Ireland and I’ve been to so many. This one is quite different with Father standing at the door to make sure you donate at least 3 euros, exactly as another reviewer said. Bizarre! They should have sold tickets. Father standing...More
We read about St Ann's Church in a book listing the best kept secrets of Ireland. Each time we went by they were closed, except the last visit to Dublin, when we literally were returning to the car to return to the airport. The Reverend...More
I have been visiting Dublin for a long time & only recently called to this church on Dawson Street. A great big red door. The stain glass is amazing. And a lovely place to visit taking a break from the buzz outside. Quiet & peaceful....More
Since we were staying nearby, we walked past this lovely church with a bright red door. It is close to St. Stephens Square and the shopping district. We dropped in a contribution to help the church but it is not required.
Another church that took two visits to finally find it open. At least with the layout of the city, I found myself walking past many of the sights more than once. Had to stop as this is where Bram Stoker was married! :)
This church is distinctive because it has 3 red doors. This church has a special place in history because this was the place where Bram Stoker got married - before this I had thought of Bram Stroker as Romanian with Dracula and suddenly I realise...More