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New friendly, ground breaking, relevant Irish Pentecostal church

Post Office Lane, Lower Glentworth Street, Limerick (behind Ulster Bank)

P:+353 61 405023 / +353 85 1496846

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The Bahá'í faith faith was proclaimed by a young Iranian, who called himself The Báb. He said that a messenger would soon arrive from God, who would be the latest in a line of prophets.


P:+353 61 452301

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The United Diocese of Limerick, Killaloe and Ardfert are members of the world-wide Anglican Communion, a community witnessing to Jesus Christ in all six continents.

Rien Roe Adare County Limerick

P:+353 61 396244

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Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are known as Mormons or Latter-day Saints. The church was established in 1820 by Joseph Smith who is regarded as a modern day prophet tasked with restoring the Christian Church.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick is a 900 year old diocese of about 60 parishes, 18 of which are in the Limerick city area, serving the regions 170,000 Catholics.

Limerick Diocesan Office Social Service Centre Henry Street Limerick

P:+353 61 315856

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Elevate welcomes people from all backgrounds and walks of life, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey.

Elevate Community Church, St. Philomena’s, South Circular Road, Limerick

P:+353 86 8954490

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Hinduism is one of the world's oldest religions, and has over 900 million adherents worldwide. The Vinayaka Temple holds functions, prayers and religious occasions for Hindus in Limerick.


P:+353 86 8881905

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Judaism is one of the oldest of the world's religions. Jews are found around the world, in all colours and ethnic groups, and can be described as a group of people bound by a way of life.

The Mid-West Interfaith Network represents the diverse faith groups in Limerick and its environs including the Catholic, Anglican, Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Baha’i and Zoroastrian traditions among others.

A Mosque and the Limerick Islamic Cultural Centre is located in Dooradoyle. Muslims can attend Friday Prayers and receive Quran Lessons there.

Limerick Islamic Cultural Centre Dooradoyle Road Limerick

P:+353 61 635151

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'The Religious Society of Friends' is the official title. Members first began to be called 'Quakers' soon after the foundation of the Society; this is really a nickname, but is now more commonly used than the official title. The words ‘Friend’ and ‘Quaker’ are interchangeable.

Southville Gardens Ballinacurra Limerick

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There are Sikh gatherings in various location in Shannon and Limerick.


P:+353 61 357119

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Sunyata Retreat Centre is nestled into a hill on a beautiful 10-acre property amidst the rolling scenery of East Clare in Western Ireland. The Buddhist Centre offers meditation retreats and courses and welcomes those of all faiths. 

Sunyata Retreat Centre Sixmilebridge County Clare

P:+353 61 367073

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Zoroastrianism was founded some time before the 6th century BC in Persia (Iran) was formerly among the world’s largest religions. The first religion to follow 'monotheism', the idea of one God, this faith is based on the teachings of the prophet Zarathustra, also called Zoroaster by the Western Civilisation.

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