Our new address
From 9 June 2018 we are worshipping in a new venue. We are inviting you to join us in Elim Church, located in Rosemount Business Park, Centrepoint, Unit B6. See here a PDF presentation of the place.
Click here for GPS Google Maps directions. There is plenty of parking.
If you come with the public transport, look for Dublin Bus lines 17A, 38, 38A, 38B, 40D, 220, 336, who all have stations near or around the roundabout close to the entrance of the Rosemount Business Park. For those coming with the bus, please inform us and the deacons will give you a lift from the entrance of the park to the church.
PRAYER TIME (7:30 – 8:30 pm)
- Meditation on an inspiring text
- Prayer time
- Meeting place – Blanchardstown (Jacinta’s house)
There is also an WhatsApp group for the participants. Join now (087 742 1360) and share your prayer requests.
Sabbath morning – Sabbath School (10:00 – 11:40am)
- Song Service
- Welcome Remarks & Opening Prayer
- Mission Spotlight
- Study on different classes and age groups
- Lesson #10 –
- Closing Song & Closing Prayer
Sabbath morning worship (11:45am – 1:15pm)
- Song Service: Youth
- Welcome and Opening Song
- Offertory Reading & Prayer
- Receiving of Tithes and Offerings (SDAH #369)
- Doxology: “Praise God” (SDAH #694)
- Children story
- Scripture Reading: Exodus 15:22-27
- Congregational prayer
- Sermon: “Bitter and Sweet – Israel’s Journey to Elim” (Pastor Christian)
- Closing Song and Benediction
- Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (SDAH #214)
Fellowship lunch (1:30 – 2:45pm)
As we are meeting in a new place, we will have to adapt so some different conditions for our fellowship lunch:
We will have fellowship lunch in the Upper Room (see pictures here, front and back), tables and chairs will be put in place. Please, no food in the sanctuary. Mind that there are no ovens (nor microwave) available, acccordingly, please bring food already that can be eaten as is.
Vegetarian food desired! Some members mentioned that if any food has meat in it, it might be helpful to have an informing label, as some are vegans.
Afternoon program (3:00 – 4:15pm)
All are invited to stay for the cultural diversity afternoon program – How Do You Identify Yourself? (Do others see you the same?)
A series of valuable resources, a personal test, and then a small group discussion will help us going further in our efforts to understand each other better, for a unity in our diversity.
Projects in Dublin West
1,000 Steps to Christ
When was the last time (if ever) you gave a missionary book to someone in Ireland? There are thousands people not knowing God around us…
On the WhatsApp discussion of the Prayer Meeting Group, there came this idea of doing missionary work through spreading Adventist literature. An impressive amount of 1,000 copies of the amazing book “Steps to Christ” awaits for our involvement. All those interested to become part of the team, please stay longer this afternoon for a talk and a plan.
Remember, for those who are far from God, their journey to Christ start with YOUR first step to them.
Main events in Dublin and Irish Mission
Adventist Student Fellowship
When? 30 June.
Where? Maldron Hotel, Tallaght.
Who is invited? College Students, Leaving Cert and Potential College Student, Staff.
Theme? Follow Jesus. Embrace His Mission. Change the World. For details contact person in charge, pastor Greg Davis 083 825 3003.
Vacation Bible School
When? – 2nd – 6th July.
Where? Ranelagh Adventist Church.
Who is invited? Children 4-12 years of age. Preschoolers accompanied by parents will have their own group.
Theme? Babylon – Daniel’s Courage in Captivity. Join Daniel—torn from his home and forced into the king’s service (see video below). Explore exotic sights and smells in a Babylonian bazaar! Kids and adults will find that they’re not much different from Daniel and his friends, who kept their faith in a faithless culture. For details contact VBS director, Petar Popivanov 083 414 2880.
Camp Meeting 2018
The next Irish Mission Family camp will take place at Newmarket on Fergus on the 3rd to 6th of August 2018. We hope that this will be the best attended Camp Meeting in the history of the Irish Mission. Churches across Ireland would have received a special personal invitation by now. Keep an eye on this space for more registration details. Any urgent questions? E-mail Pastor Lorance Johnson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Camp 2018
Every year in the month of August we have the Summer Camp, for kids and youth. Save the dates for the one coming: 14-22 August, Portlick Campsite, Athlone. More details and registration will follow soon. We plan to have a better experience than the one of last year, so we are thinking of new and exciting activities for all those coming.