Sabbath, 20 January 2018

A new Sabbath, a new opportunity to worship God, to have a fellowship with the brothers and sisters, and to serve others. Please come and join us in Dublin West for a full Sabbath day: a morning worship, a Sabbath School Bible study, followed by a powerful sermon and an amazing afternoon testimony.

FRIDAY NIGHT
PRAYER TIME (7:00 – 8:00 pm)

  • Meditation on an inspiring text
  • Prayer time

SATURDAY MORNING
SABBATH SCHOOL (10:00 – 11:40 am)

MAIN WORSHIP – (11:40 – 1:00 pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service / Prelude: “Holy, Holy, Holy”
  • Invocation: preacher
  • Welcome Remarks: Ferdy
  • Opening Song

Offerings

  • Offertory Reading & Prayer: Axel
  • Receiving of Tithes and Offerings (SDAH #369)
  • Doxology: “Praise God” (SDAH #694)

Special features

  • Children story: Iphi
  • Song: Justina

Sermon

  • Scripture Reading: Ann D. (Exodus 3:13-15)
  • Congregational Prayer: Iphi
  • Sermon: “I Am Who I Am”,
    preacher: Alex Sarbu (a youth leader in the Romanian Church)

Closing

  • Closing Song
  • Benediction – preacher
  • Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (SDAH #214)

INFO/ANNOUNCEMENTS 

1. PRAYER MEETING 

Every Friday night, at 7pm, you are welcome to join our prayer group in Blanchardstown (at sister Jacinta’s house). For one hour or so you carry along with other brothers and sisters the needs of our church, the needs of our loved ones or of the people around us so that God will make His will known and fulfilled. If you have a special need, let us know and we will pray for you. Text the message to 085 223 4482.


2. CELEBRATING DIVERSITY 

Every last Sabbath of the month our program will be a celebration of our diversity in Dublin West. The pastor will have a special sermon on this subject, while an ethnic group in our church will contribute to the divine service with their specific traditional features. In the afternoon of that last Sabbath of the month, the program will be an open discussion on subjects of interest for the church. The first two ones, for January and February are: a) Perspectives on Christmas Celebration and b) perspectives and understandings on the subject of Church’s divine service.

3. CHURCH BOARD MEETING 

On the last Thursday of the month (25 January), the church board members are invited to the regular meeting. If any needs or information is to be known and discussed by the church board in order for the church to run more efficient, please send your messages to the clerk (Justina Tricolici) or the pastor. The agenda for the coming Thursday session will be known two days ahead of the meeting.

4. SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER

We are trying to inform as many as possible about the program of the church, information/announcements, projects and resources available. Please check your email as you must have received our first newsletters. From our statistics, only part of our list open their email. Maybe is lost in the Spam folder… Send your updated email address to christian@adventist.ie and we will add you to our list.

5. EVENTS IN IRISH MISSION 

Please check preaching plan for our church, the full calendar for Q1/2018 is available on the Schedule tab in the menu above.

6. PROVERBS, ONE CHAPTER A DAY

For January 2018 we were challenged by the pastor to start reading the book of Proverbs, one chapter a day. Please do it and share with others your new insights into the book of Proverbs.

Please give us a feedback on your reading of the whole book!

7. THURSDAYS PASTORAL VISITS

The pastor is ready to visit you! He is available anytime of the day/week. Yet, to be sure, every Thursday (morning, daytime, evening) is set aside for pastoral visits. So, if you need a visit (or want to visit the pastor at home), please talk to him. Contact: pastor Christian Salcianu, 085 223 4482; christian@adventist.ie.

“My prayer is not for them [the disciples] alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you.” (Jesus Christ in John 17:20-21)

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