5:30 to 6:30pm.
Ms Sharon Poullain
Tel:086 806 3363
meet weekly. In an atmosphere of friendship and enjoyment
boys learn through games and activities, both indoor and
out, to be self-reliant, useful citizens. They receive
training in life-skills and crafts, and opportunities are
provided for meeting young people from other countries,
often resulting in lasting international
There are boys and girls in the group. If you would like to register your child for a place in Beavers or any of the scouting sections please register your child on the website:www.kilternanscouts.com/
6.00 - 7.30pm
Tel: 086 807 7631
are aged between 6 1/2 and 11. They are junior members of
the Irish Girl Guides.
Brownie Guides have fun while learning to help others, enjoying the outdoors, playing games, doing crafts, working for awards and badges and singing, etc. etc. As well as the weekly meeting there may also be special outings and activities.
All Brownies wear uniform to show that they are members of The Irish Girl Guides. In other countries Brownies wear uniforms too - some rather like ours and some very different.
Chancel & Flower Guild
Tel: 295 2643
Tel: 295 5603
and Flower Guild is a group of ladies who care for the
altar linens and other fabrics within the Church which
may require attention from time to time. Central amongst
these are the tapestry frontal of the altar and the
associated pulpit fall, lectern markers, chancel carpet
and seat cushions.
Flowers are provided in the Church Sunday by Sunday and for festivals by ladies and gentlemen of the parish on a rota basis.
Tuesday 8.15am - 8.45am
Friday 8.15am - 8.45am
Tel: 087 785 2704
|Thanks to the expert musical talent of organist Kevin O'Sullivan Choir Director and Organist, both junior and Parish Choirs lead the singing each week, adding greatly to morning worship Sunday by Sunday.
Tuesday 8.00pm - 9.30pm
Tel: 087 785 2704
|Thanks to the
expert musical talent of organist Kevin O'Sullivan Choir Director and Organis, both junior and Parish Choirs lead the singing each week, adding greatly to morning worship Sunday by Sunday.
6.45 - 8.00pm
Parish School - G.P. Room
Mr. Ray Sheerin Tel: 085 251 4524
|CUB SCOUTS meet weekly. In an atmosphere of friendship and enjoyment boys learn through games and activities, both indoor and out, to be self-reliant, useful citizens. They receive training in life-skills and crafts, and opportunities are provided for meeting young people from other countries, often resulting in lasting international friendships.|
of the Month
Tel: 01 204 3898
Mobile: 087 237 7583
|Garden lovers in the area are served by the parish GARDENING CLUB. Monthly meetings include talks, exchange of ideas or plants, and visits to historical and interesting gardens.|
6.30 - 8.15pm
Mrs Freda Keady
Tel: 282 2703
Mobile: 087 679 7512
10.5 to 15 years, not only enjoy active weekly meetings,
but also have the challenge of surviving in the outdoors
without their parents!
There are heaps of opportunities to earn badges for your favourite pastime and activities range from camping & adventure sports to sleep overs and pyjama hikes.
The Guiding programme gives the Guides an all round education and development. To enable girls and young women to develop to their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world through fun, taking in environment, health & fitness , community, and leadership skills.
4:30 to 5:30
Ms. Maresa McDonald
Tel: 086 333 0328
Ms Catriona Dalton
Tel: 086 269 6900
|Every week at
our meetings we take part in activities which include
games, songs and crafts.
We follow a programme which helps us to become more independent, discover the outdoor world and learn about the family of Guiding to which we belong.
We have lots of fun and make loads of new friends.
Daphne Athey, Tel: 295 5614
Sandy Colclough, Tel: 295 0547
Parish Office, Tel: 295 2643
|Kilternan Klips: Kilternan Klips is produced five or six times
a year and contains parish and community news, items of
Church teaching and a parish diary. Contributions from
parishioners or from the wider community are
8:00 to 9:00pm.
Hugh O’Sullivan Tel: 087 264 3319
Venture Scout Leader
Ms Heather Niland Tel: 087 264 6053
Ms Deirdre Keogh Tel: 085 814 9871
Our waiting list is maintained on our website:
|The SCOUTS meet weekly. In an atmosphere of friendship and enjoyment members learn through games and activities, both indoor and out, to be self-reliant, useful citizens. They receive training in life-skills and crafts, and opportunities are provided for meeting young people from other countries, often resulting in lasting international friendships.|
Meetings as arranged
Miss Lydia Williams Secretary Tel: 286 7572
Derek Higgins Treasurer, 295 4519
| The Club arranges outings on the second Tuesday of the month for anyone who has the time for visits to places of interest in the city or country or to talks in the Parochial Hall.
For the member there is much excitement mingled with an element of uncertainty.
Basic cost of family membership €5 p.a. (2013)
9.00am - 10.00pm
2.00pm - 6.00pm
Tel: 00 353 (87) 987 7377
|Kilternan Parish LAWN TENNIS CLUB, has three all weather floodlit courts, situated in the Church grounds, enabling tennis to be played all year round. Ladies' and Men's teams take part in summer and winter league matches and plenty of social events are organised throughout the year. Every Tuesday is Club Night, at 8pm, where members just turn up and play whoever else is there.
On the first Tuesday of every month, there is a Social Night which is very informal and mixed 15 minute matches are played. In between matches, food and drink are enjoyed. The evening usually lives up to its name.
New members (both parishioners and non-parishioners) are always welcome, and the Tuesday Social Nights are an ideal opportunity for beginners, or indeed any grade, to try your hand at tennis.
We are also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kilternanparish.ltc
Kilternan CoI National School
Principal: Mrs Grainne Darlington
Tel: 295 3235
Kilternan Church of Ireland National School occupies a sylvan setting between the parish church and rectory. This modern building, extended and refurbished in 2007, replaces the old school which once occupied the parochial hall and temporary buildings in the church grounds.
Under Church of Ireland Management the school serves children of protestant denominations and others from the local community. Presently there are eight mainstream teachers, with resource and learning support teachers, and 217 pupils. The school follows the education curriculum laid down by the Department of Education and Science; in addition, a range of extra curricular activities are available.
The Board of Management, Teachers and Parent Teacher Association work in partnership in seeking to provide all that is necessary to enable children attending the school to fulfill their maximum potential.