St. Michael’s Trory, and Priory Church Killadeas

An important part of the Coronation of King Charles III was the religious ceremony in Westminster Abbey, where King Charles took his Coronation oaths upon the Bible as well as being anointed with holy oil in what is the most sacred part of the Coronation act.

Many local churches organised Coronation celebrations, including the grouped parishes of St. Michael’s Trory, and Priory Church Killadeas, who held a special ‘street party’ with an English Afternoon Tea theme on the lawn at the Parish Rectory on Saturday.

There was a fun atmosphere for the multigenerational event, with balloon crown making, bouncy castles and wonderful food as throughout the day scores of parishioners and the community joined together to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.

Unlike London at the weekend, the weather in Fermanagh was fine, and those present enjoyed some quality time with their church family as they marked this historic occasion.

Other Christian congregations joined in on the fun with a wide range of activities taking place right across Fermanagh and many churches across the county remembering the King and Queen and the Royal Family in their prayers.