Welcome to the website for the parish of Killimer
Make a Donation
Thank you to all who support our parish financially. We provide this online secure faculty for your convenience. You can choose to make a once-off donation, or a weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual contribution
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Regina House will celebrate 50 years of providing care, support & services to the people of West Clare this year. On Thursday 23rd June at 2 pm Bishop Fintan Monahan will celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving for the residents, staff and all families. Due to the limited space in the chapel and still guided by Covid regulations, numbers are limited on the day. We invite families and wider community to link in through this https://youtu.be/mClGYOQQJ-4 for livestream of the Mass on thursday
In response to requests from parishioners as to how to make the weekly donations to the parish, we are putting the following system in place.
In Knockerra Church donations in envelopes can be put through the letter opening in the side door near the boiler house. In Killimer Church donations in envelopes can be put through the letter opening in the sacristy door. Please be assured that No Money will be left in the church overnight.
There is also the possibility of depositing your donation in a box that is in Kilrush Post Office which has a label for Kilrush Church donations on it. These will be passed on to Killimer Parish.
We are grateful for your support especially at this time.
Killimer Parish runs multiple events throughout the year. You'll find a sample of some upcoming events below. View our events page for more detailed information on upcoming events
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Be sure and connect with Killimer Parish on Facebook. There you’ll find up to date information on the parish and upcoming events
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