Sallaghy Parish re-opens for worship


Sunday services in Sallaghy Parish Church resume.

Some churches throughout Clogher Diocese reopened on Sunday for worship following the easing of Coronavirus restrictions.

Among them was Sallaghy Parish Church where parishioners, adopting social distancing, gathered for morning service.

The service was conducted by Mr Roy Crowe who has been looking after the pastoral care of the parish along with Dean Raymond Ferguson during the vacancy.

This was Mr Crowe's final service in Sallaghy as the Institution of Revd Lorraine Capper will be taking place on Thursday, 9th July by Zoom.

The People's Churchwarden, Mr George Little, took the opportunity at the end of the service to thank Mr Crowe for his work in the parish during the vacancy and particularly during lockdown when he was in regular telephone contact with many parishioners.