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APPRECIATING ENNISKILLEN’S ECCLESIASTICAL HERITAGE

APPRECIATING  ENNISKILLEN’S  ECCLESIASTICAL HERITAGE   

Wednesday 24 September 2014     

The Ulster Historic Churches Trust which was founded in 1995 and exists to promote best practice in Church maintenance has run several seminars and conferences over many years. It also organised with UTV and the NIEA the very successful Church Maintenance award scheme of 2006. To date it has organised walking tours in Cookstown, Newtownards, Portadown and Derry/Londonderry.  2012 saw a major publication ‘New Life for Churches in Ireland-Good Practice in Conversion and Reuse’.   

This latest event run in collaboration with Enniskillen Churches involves a tour of local churches, designed to appreciate the rich legacy of the town’s fine ecclesiastical heritage, followed by an informative talk aimed at how best to maintain these buildings for future generations.  

We hope that Glebe Wardens, Vergers, Sextons and Property Stewards will find this particularly helpful.  

You are warmly invited to join us for this event.  

The walking tour includes the following churches: Darling St Methodist Church, St Michael’s Catholic Church, St Macartin’s Cathedral and Scots Presbyterian Church    

Programme:   

2.30 pm Walking Tour begins at Darling Street. Welcome to UHCT by Chairman of  Fermanagh District Council.   

3.15 pm St Michael’s Catholic Church  

3.45 pm St Macartin’s Church of Ireland Cathedral  

4.30 pm Scots Presbyterian Church  

5.00 pm Refreshments (Bridge Centre)  

5.45 pm Address by Manus Deery, Assistant Director, NIEA   

(If you are unable to join us for the whole walkabout, then please feel free to join us at whatever point is convenient for you. If you are solely interested in the talk on church maintenance issues, you are welcome at the Bridge Centre, Scots Presbyterian Church, Church Street from 5.00pm)  

Publications relevant to church maintenance will be available for sale  

  

For further information about this event contact:  

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    or Tel: 079 7953 0379  

or visit our website:  www.ulsterhistoricchurches.org       

Parking: There are several Pay and Display car parks along Wellington Road and on-street parking is also available. 

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