The Carraig Centre is a place at the heart of Ballincollig to build hope together. It is a venue run by Carrigrohane Union of Parishes as a community and parish resource!
We have space and resources for people of all ages and stages. We have opened our outdoors areas to casual users, to birthday parties and to camps so that fun can be had in a safe and controlled environment.
We host a lively, family friendly Sunday morning church service, called Sunday AM, with modern music, an extended talk and prayer. The Adventurers children’s group for ages 3-12 meets during the service as well. We meet at 1030AM for coffee and chat with the service starting at 11AM.
A Happy New Year to everyone who comes through our doorways and to our friends and neighbours in the community!
May the God of Hope fill you with all Joy and Peace as you trust in Him, today, tomorrow and the Year ahead.
The operation of the Carraig Centre is supported by the rents paid by the groups listed below, but also by Grant support from various bodies (click on this box to view).
We are deeply grateful to all these groups for their past and on-going support!
Activities at The Carraig Centre
Easter and Summer 2024 Camps. More coming!
Children and Youth Activities
Find out more about who we are and what the Carraig Centre is about
There are lots of things going on in the Carriag Centre – To Find out more
Looking for a chance to get together with others safely, to talk over all that is happening in the context of the Christian faith?
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An invitation – Worship With Us @ Sunday AM
Sunday AM is our informal family friendly church service and is part of Carrigrohane Union of Parishes, Church of Ireland –www.cupcork.ie . We are an international group with people from many different faith (and none!) backgrounds.
We meet Sunday’s at 11AM and the format is variable, but contains the elements of band lead worship and praise, Bible teaching and prayer and there is a (usually) weekly Adventurers program for primary school aged children.
The service is both on-line and in-person following whatever the the Covid restrictions of the moment are!
On the first Sunday in the month the Carraig Centre often hosts the United Celebration of Carrigrohane Union, where all 4 congregations may get together.