The Parish Centre At Dunboyne seeks to provide a facility which will serve the needs of our Parish and St Peter's National School as well as the wider community of Dunboyne and the surrounding area.

The Centre provides a modern, fully equipped building that enables individuals and groups to meet together for church, social, pleasure, recreational or business purposes.

The Centre offers both practical and missional opportunities for our church group as we continue to seek to make a positive impact upon the local community. By providing this shared space we seek to encourage a community of faith and love, where all can share experiences and grow in fellowship together.


MAIN HALL: The Main Hall can accommodate up to 250 people and will incorporate a moveable stage. This will be an ideal venue for large meetings, conferences, concerts, productions, arts and craft fairs, some indoor sports, classes etc.

MEETING ROOMS: There are three smaller rooms which can accommodate between 20 and 30 people and are ideal for smaller meetings, classes or organisations.

KITCHEN: The centre boast a fully equipped modern kitchen capable of catering for any size of event in the centre.

COFFEE DOCK - The Centre plans to have a Coffee Dock based in the reception area for informal chat and socialising.

For further information on booking the centre:
Phone: 083 852 9758


The Parish Centre was officially opened on Friday 15th April:

A Celebration was had!

The official opening of our new Parish Centre was a tremendous success with well over 200 parishioners and guests enjoying an evening of conversation, excellent music, inspiring speeches and delicious food.

The Centre was looking magnificent as the crowd enjoyed the singing talent of Sarah Bass, St Peter's National School, Dunboyne Consort and Sean Boylan Jr.nnBishop Pat spoke of how our Centre is a space to glorify God, this was followed by Jonathon Goodwin (Chair of the Management Committee) in his thanks, talking of the link between parish and community. Rev Janice's speech gave a real sense of celebration and focused on the faith and love that was needed to build the Centre and that will lead us into the future.nnThe Centre was then officially opened by Bishop Pat and Holly Blick, a pupil in our school. Marvyn Henry (fund raising coordinator) then unveiled our beautiful plaque ( created by Annabel Potterton and Ed Smith) displaying the names of all who contributed to our buy a brick project.

Marvyn and another of our school pupils, Lauren Prole pulled back the curtain and unveiled the tree plaque!nRev Colin then cut the cake which was made as a model of the Centre by Anne Marie Kane, before everyone enjoying delicious refreshments.

A massive thank you to all who contributed in any way to the evening. A very proud night for all in our parish.