Religious

Milford 1st Boys Brigade

Milford 1st Boys Brigade

Objective: The advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of obedience, reverence, discipline, self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness.

 

 

Milford Presbyterian Church

If you are a visitor to Milford Presbyterian Church today you are very welcome. We hope you enjoy being with us and that you feel at home. If you are reading this leaflet in the community we also want to invite you to join with us. You will be made very welcome.

The aim and purpose of our Church is in all outreach and activities to be a witness to God’s love and mercy and present our need of Jesus as our Saviour and Lord to our families, Church family, and the community of Rathmullan, to show care, concern and interest in the community, to welcome all to our Church to join in our worship and praise.

With every good wish
Rev. Janice Browne

 

Milford Reformed Presbyterian Church

Milford Reformed Presbyterian Church

We are part of the Reformed Presbyterian Church. There have been Reformed Presbyterian Churches in Donegal for over 200 years.

 

St. Catherine's Church

St. Catherine's Church

St Catherine’s Church (1792)

Mass Times
Holydays of Obligation 11am, Confessions Before and after Masses, Eucharistic Adoration Thursday 7pm – 8pm
Sunday 11am

St. Joseph's Church

St. Joseph's Church

St Joseph’s Church (1892)

Mass Times

Holydays of Obligation 9am, Eves of Holydays 7pm, Confessions Saturdays: 6pm. First Fridays & Eves of Holydays: 6 – 6.45pm. Any time. Eucharistic Adoration Monday 5pm – 9pm
Sunday 9am
Saturday 7pm

St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Church

St Peter’s Church (1961)

Mass Times

Holydays of Obligation 11am & 7.30pm,Confessions: Saturdays: after 7.30pm Mass,Eucharistic Adoration Thursdays 8am – 10pm; Directed Holy hour at 9pm on the second Thursday of each month
Sunday 11am
Tuesday 10.00am
Thursday 10.00 am
Friday 10.00 am (First Friday 7: 00 pm)
Saturday 7.30pm. Vigil Mass