Dublin Diocesan Cathedral
The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ Church
09.00-18.00 June - August, 09.45-17.00 September - May
|Sunday||Eucharist 11.00, Evensong 15.30|
|Wednesday & Thursday||Evensong 18.00|
Director of Music
Judy Martin (since 2003)
The Cathedral Choir is a mixed-voice choir of 20 adult singers which, apart from the services, tour sextensively, and has made a number of CDs and radio broadcasts. The Girls' Choir of 20 singers was established in 1995 and the girls are drawn from various schools in the Dublin area.
The organ was built by Kenneth Jones of Bray in 1984, and is sited in the North Transept, within a case of solid oak. It has tracker action and 39 speaking stops over 3 manuals and pedals. It has a central role in the Pipeworks (formerly Dublin) International Organ Festival.
3 manuals 39 stops
The Very Revd Dermot Dunne (since 2008)
The cathedral was established in 1030 by the Benedictines and then the Augustinians until the Reformation when it became a cathedral of the 'old foundation' with its Dean & Chapter.
FCM National Gatherings