Bulletin – Sabbath 14 July 2018

OUR NEW LOCATION

You’re welcome to join us!

Starting June 2018 we moved to Elim Church located in Rosemount Business Park, Centrepoint, Unit B6, Blanchardstown. See the map below or click on it to open Google Maps for directions.

FRIDAY NIGHT PROGRAM

Church in prayer (7:30 – 9:00 pm)

– Songs of worship
– Inspirational talk
– Prayer time
– Socializing time

Meeting place – Blanchardstown (at sis. Jacinta’s house). There is also an WhatsApp group for the participants. Join now (087 742 1360) and/or share your prayer requests.

SABBATH MORNING STUDY

Church at study – Sabbath School (10:00 – 11:30 am)

– Songs of worship and prayer
– Inspirational talk
– Mission spotlight
– Study time on different classes
– Closing song and prayer

Quaterly study materials – Book of Acts. View or download here the current lesson.

SABBATH MORNING WORSHIP

Church at worship (11:45 am – 1:15 pm)

Introduction

– Song Service: Youth
– Invocation: Preacher
– Welcome: Femi
– Opening Song

Offerings

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

Special features

– Children story
– Songs

Sermon

– Scripture Reading: Anne (Acts 2:46-47)
– Congregational prayer: Pastor Greg
– Sermon: “The Lord added to their number”, Pastor Christian

Closing

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

FELLOWSHIP LUNCH

We eat together (1:45 – 2:45 pm)

All are invited to continue our fellowship by sharing the meal in the Upper Room. Bring the best and healthiest food and drink!

Please be attentive to the kids during this time and stick to this simple requirement: no food in the sanctuary 🙂

AFTERNOON PROGRAM

We do things together (3:00 – 4:00 pm)

Our afternoon program is dedicated to a practical study on Acts 2. Basically we will try to answer Question #1 found in the final section of our current Sabbath School lesson (see the study for Friday).

What elements and experiences of Pentecost can the church expect to be manifested in its life today?

What is repetable, and what is not?

Bible Study Class

As some of the youth in the church asked the pastor for Bible studies, we’ve developed a website where an online Bible Study Class will have all the resources needed. One can study at his/her own pace, while specific additional meetings and presentations will take place as needed.

We’ve got so far 11 people (from the three churches in Dublin) who already registered. If you are interested to a Bible Study Class or know others that might be, please register for the Essentials series or share this link to them. www.biblestudyclass.org

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Praising Him in the Country

28 July, 4pm
Ballinacrow Seventh-day Adventist Church

Organised by the Balliancrow Church, this afternoon of praise and testimonies will feature choirs from a number of churches. If you want to make a day of it, why not travel to Balliancrow for Sabbath School (11am) and the main Worship Service (12.20pm) then enjoy the potluck lunch before the afternoon programme.

Find the church on Google Maps: type in Ballinacrow Seventh Day Adventist
Address: use the eircode – W91 EP38

Pathfinders Training for Master Guides

4 August, 3pm
Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church

Merrell Karaan, Area Coordinator for Pathfinders Organization will continue the Basic Staff Training and the Master Guide Training programs for those interested to serve the church in such capacities in Adventurers and/or Pathfinders clubs.

West Ireland Family Camp

3-6 August 2018
Newmarket on Fergus

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. More info and registration (deadline 15 July) on https://www.campmeeting.website/ Any urgent questions? E-mail Pastor Lorance Johnson – lorance@adventist.ie

Irish Mission Youth Summer Camp

14-22 August
Athlone, Portlick, Co Westmeath

For all youth aged 9-17 years of age. More details to follow. If you are aged 18+ and would like to volunteer as as Camp Staff, please speak to Pastor Curtis by emailing him curtis@adventist.ie

Dublin Area Family Camp

24-26 August 2018
Ovoca Manor, Co. Wicklow

Guest speaker Elizabeth Talbot invites you to participate to “Jesus Wins!” – Choosing Faith Over Fear. For more inquiries contact team members from Ranelagh church – Sunny (085 126 1210) and Beni (087 688 5132). For bookings contact Melanie (086 734 2515).

Sabbath, 7 July 2018

Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church

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. Click here for GPS Google Maps directionsThere 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.

Friday night

PRAYER TIME (7:30 – 8:30 pm)

  • Meditation on an inspiring text
  • Prayer time
  • Meeting place – Blanchardstown (at 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)

Sabbath morning worship (11:45am – 1:15pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation
  • Welcome: Iphi M.
  • Opening Song

Offerings

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

Special features

  • Children story
  • Song: Molly D.

Sermon

  • Scripture Reading: Marian D
  • Congregational prayer: Theda R.
  • Sermon – Caddy (Cătălin) Andronic

Closing

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

Fellowship lunch (1:30 – 2:45pm)

We are invited to continue our fellowship by sharing the meal in the Upper Room. Please be attentive to bring no food in the sanctuary. As we have no ovens (nor microwave) available, please bring food already that can be eaten as is. Vegetarian food desired! (If any dish contains meat, please label it accordingly). 

Main events in Dublin and Irish Mission

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. More info and registration (deadline 15 July) on https://www.campmeeting.website/ Any urgent questions? E-mail Pastor Lorance Johnson – lorance@adventist.ie

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. 

Sabbath, 23 June 2018

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 directionsThere 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.

Friday night

PRAYER TIME (7:30 – 8:30 pm)

  • Meditation on an inspiring text
  • Prayer time
  • Meeting place – Blanchardstown (at sis. 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 – 11:30am)

Sabbath morning worship (11:45am – 1:45pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation
  • Welcome: Iphi
  • Opening Song: “We Gather Together” (#8)

Offerings

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

Special features

  • Children story: Jayron
  • Music: Youth

Sermon and Communion

  • Scripture Reading: Tara
    When He was at table with them, He took the bread and broke it and gave it to them. And their eyes were opened, and they recognized Him (Luke 24:30-31)
  • Congregational prayer: Pamu
  • Sermon: “Closed eyes in front of open doors” (Pastor Christian)
  • Foot washing
  • Lord’s Supper

Closing

  • Closing Song: “It Is Well With My Soul” (#530)
  • Benediction: preacher
  • Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (#214)

Fellowship lunch (2:00 – 2:45pm)

We are invited to continue our fellowship by sharing the meal in the Upper Room. As we have no ovens (nor microwave) available, we encourage you to bring food which can be eaten as is. Vegetarian food desired! – If any dish contains meat, you are kindly advised to label it accordingly. (Please, no food in the sanctuary.)

Afternoon program (3:00 – 4:15pm)

Introduction to Adventist Frontier Mission (AFM), guest speaker Graham Allcock

God called Graham out of a career as a nurse specialist into pastoral ministry in 1998. For the next 10 years, he served with his wife Pauline and two children in the North England Conference, pastoring 3 different districts. He was ordained to gospel ministry in 2006. Having always had a heart for church planting and outreach, God then moved their ministry focus to cross-cultural frontline mission work as Euro-Asia Field Directors, providing pastoral and strategic support for career missionaries serving with Adventist Frontier Missions. 

Projects in Dublin West

Lord’s Supper for the Homeless

It is again that time of the year to share our Christian compassion and care. No, it’s not Christmas, nor Easter, neither a Special Day with a humanitarian aid emphasis promoted by a Worldwide organization. It is just our Lord’s Supper, toward the end of the quarter.

As in our previous ocassions, we are inviting all to use such an important day for us to reach out to those who do not enjoy the life as we do. Read more here: Lord’s Supper for the Homeless.

Main events in Dublin and Irish Mission

Pathfinders Investiture

30th of June – A grand day for Dublin Royals Club. It will be the Investiture day for the Club. We will have a guest Speaker, Pr. Kevin Johns, SEC Pathfinder Director.

The Club will handle the Sabbath School and Divine Service in Ranelagh.  After that we will all have our potluck. The Club will set up a big gazebo or marquee infront (church carpark). (For July and August – No activities/Summer break for the kids. We’ll be back in September.)

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. 

Sports Day 2018

Sports Day is approaching fast!
We hope to run the following sports: Basketball, Volleyball, 7 a side football, Badminton (Doubles). We also hope to have some activities for the kids during the day also. You may submit up to TWO teams for each sport and we will need a list of names and ages for each team. 

Time 10am start, Date: Sunday 1st July. Venue: Cabinteely Adult Education, Cabinteely Community School, Johnstown Road, Cabinteely, Dublin 18.

Vacation Bible School

Your our kids can’t miss this – A Vacation Bible School / Holiday Bible Club. So many activities, Bible games and discoveries, fun time with your friends and new ones. Join the young man Daniel – torn from his home and forced into the king’s service. Explore exotic sights and smells in Babylonian bazaar!

Kids will find that they are not much different from Daniel and his friends, who kept their faith in a faithless culture. Read more and register here: Vacation Bible School 2018.

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 – lorance@adventist.ie

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. 

Sabbath, 16 June 2018

Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church

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 directionsThere 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.

Friday night

PRAYER TIME (7:30 – 8:30 pm)

  • Meditation on an inspiring text
  • Prayer time
  • Meeting place – Blanchardstown (at Tricolici family)

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)

Sabbath morning worship (11:45am – 1:15pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation
  • Welcome: Melissa
  • Opening Song: “Come, Christians, Join to Sing” (#10)

Offerings

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

Special features

  • Children story: Nicole
  • Music: Adam & Youth

Sermon

  • Scripture Reading: Emily
    Then Jesus answered her, “O woman, great is your faith! Be it done for you as you desire.” And her daughter was healed instantly. (Matthew 15:28)
  • Congregational prayer: Myril
  • Sermon: “Are You Dignified or You’re Desperate?” (Pastor Greg)

Closing

  • Closing Song: “Seeking the Lost” (#373)
  • Benediction: preacher
  • Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (#214)

Fellowship lunch (1:30 – 2:45pm)

We are invited to continue our fellowship by sharing the meal in the Upper Room. Please be attentive to bring no food in the sanctuary. As we have no ovens (nor microwave) available, please bring food already that can be eaten as is. Vegetarian food desired! (If any dish contains meat, please label it accordingly). 

Afternoon program (3:00 – 4:15pm)

All are invited to stay for an afternoon presentation by Pastor Greg – Living with Loneliness. 

Loneliness has become an epidemic, a silent assassin wreaking havoc on the physical and mental health regardless of age, belief, race, or gender. Immigrants and people above 50+ are not to be the hardest hit by this silent killer. It is twice as deadly as obesity and more dangerous than smoking 15 cigarettes a day. It is a sneaky, capricious beast that can overwhelm you at anytime.

Are you lonely? Or would you like to help someone suffering from loneliness? Then make a date this Sabbath afternoon to learn how Christ dealt with His loneliness in a simple practical way.

Projects in Dublin West

Lord’s Supper for the Homeless

It is again that time of the year to share our Christian compassion and care. No, it’s not Christmas, nor Easter, neither a Special Day with a humanitarian aid emphasis promoted by a Worldwide organization. It is just our Lord’s Supper, toward the end of the quarter.

As in our previous ocassions, we are inviting all to use such an important day for us to reach out to those who do not enjoy the life as we do. Read more here: Lord’s Supper for the Homeless.

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

Your our kids can’t miss this – A Vacation Bible School / Holiday Bible Club. So many activities, Bible games and discoveries, fun time with your friends and new ones. Join the young man Daniel – torn from his home and forced into the king’s service. Explore exotic sights and smells in Babylonian bazaar!

Kids will find that they are not much different from Daniel and his friends, who kept their faith in a faithless culture. Read more and register here: Vacation Bible School 2018.

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 – lorance@adventist.ie

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. 

Vacation Bible School 2018

Your kids can’t miss this – A Vacation Bible School / Holiday Bible Club. So many activities, Bible games and discoveries, fun time with your friends and new ones. 

When? Check your calendar and add there the dates: 2-6 July 2018.

What time? 10:00am to 1:00pm

Where? Ranelagh Seventh-day Adventist Church (47a Ranelagh Road, Dublin 6

Who is invited? Children 4-12 years of age. (Pre-schoolers accompanied by parents will have their own group. We would like teenagers to volunteer to be an assistant leader.)

Theme: Babylon Daniel’s courage in captivity. Join Daniel – torn from his home and forced into the king’s service. Explore exotic sights and smells in Babylonian bazaar! Kids will find that they are not much different from Daniel and his friends, who kept their faith in a faithless culture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4ZyKy7X3eg

Registration open

You can register here: http://ranelaghadventist.ie/vbs/

Contact

For details contact VBS director,
Petar Popivanov: Tel: 083 414 2880

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4B1BPsqDgY

Lord’s Supper for the homeless

It is again that time of the year to share our Christian compassion and care. No, it’s not Christmas, nor Easter, neither a Special Day with a humanitarian aid emphasis promoted by a Worldwide organization. It is just our Lord’s Supper, toward the end of the quarter. As in our previous ocassions, we are inviting all to use such an important day for us to reach out to those who do not enjoy the life as we do.

To give or to receive?

As we draw near the symbols of the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, let us come not only to receive, but also to give. The apostolic reminder still sounds in a clear invitation:

“In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’”

If you went to refresh your memory, check the previous posts of such activities, for example our first calling for such an effort (“Harvest Day 2017”), and especially “Greetings from Gadara” (accessed  more than 1,100 times).

We are cooperating with Hope in the Darkness, a team of volunteers taking care of homeless people on the streets of Dublin (GPO).

To whom are we donating things?

Well, to those who are down. As low as the street pavement level, sleeping on a cardboard. Don’t rush to judgment… According to a comment on our website, “sometimes the people we fear or judge in life become our greatest teachers”

One volunteer told us:  

“It’s a very strange experience but so rewarding at the end of the day. We are all human beings, some of us more fortunate then others. We are all only one pay packet away from homelessness, so help were you can.”

Again, another one of their volunteers told us:

“It is definitely an experience that leaves its mark, you come away with a mixture of emotions and not all bad, more humble, more appreciative, and with a whole lot more gratitude for the simple things in life.”

Following our last effort, Sinead Kane (the leader of Hope in the Darkness) sent us a moving message:

“Thank you so much. It means a lot to us, as we’ve been struggling lately. God bless you all.”

Why not repeat it then? Why not join also, if you’ve missed the previous experiences?

OK. What exactly is the need right now?

The last post from Hope in the Drakness just informed all their Facebook followers that:

“We are badly in need of hot food.

The numbers attending the table are on the rise again and this increase includes a significant amount of young families with young children from the surrounding hubs and BnBs coming for a hot meal. Its upsetting to not have enough to feed everyone.

So if anyone is in a position to drop us in a hot dish please do so we would be very grateful for it.” (From Sinead and my amazing Crew at Hope in the Darkness)

How can I help?

Please prepare for the Sabbath of 23 June with donations. As every time, we will invite you to think about donating/buying:

  1. food and more (canned, dry, fruits, tea bags, coffee, sugar, water, juice, biscuits, crisps, snacks, chocolate),
  2. clothes and shoes (for men, women, children; socks, underwear), 
  3. hygiene products (toiletries, soap, wipes, toothpaste etc.),
  4. other things (sleeping bag, backpack), and
  5. money.

All things will be brought to the church and then sorted and packed for delivery as soon as possible. Thank you for taking part in this initiative. 

We have moved!

We have moved to another venue of worship (9 June 2018). 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.

See below a gallery of our first day in Elim:








THE IRISH MISSION DAY OF FELLOWSHIP

The Irish Mission held and all-Ireland Day of Fellowship on Sabbath 2 June in Dublin, attracting church members from across Ireland and Northern Ireland. The day, featuring guest speaker Alan Parker, from the Southern Adventist University, special music, and presentations from local churches, the Adventist Discovery Centre, and the Communication department of the British Union Conference (BUC) was hailed as a great success.

Read more… WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH …THE TOUGH ATTEND THE IRISH MISSION DAY OF FELLOWSHIP

 

Sabbath, 9 June 2018

Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church

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 directionsThere 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.

Friday night

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)

Sabbath morning worship (11:45am – 1:15pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation
  • Welcome and Opening Song

Offerings

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

Special features

  • Children story

Sermon

  • Scripture Reading: Exodus 15:22-27
  • Congregational prayer
  • Sermon: “Bitter and Sweet – Israel’s Journey to Elim” (Pastor Christian)

Closing

  • 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. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4ZyKy7X3eg&feature=youtu.be

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 – lorance@adventist.ie

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. 

Sabbath, 26 May 2018

Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church

Friday night

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 – 11:40 am)

MAIN WORSHIP – (11:45 – 1:15 pm)

Introduction

  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation: preacher
  • Welcome: Fern
  • Opening Song: “The Lord is My Light” (SDAH #515)

Offerings

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

Special features

  • Children story
  • Justine, Thea & Sheneece

Sermon

  • Scripture Reading: Francine; Joshua 24:14-15
  • Congregational prayer: Livio
  • Sermon: “Default Settings” (Iphi M.)

Closing

  • Closing Song: “Marching to Zion” (SDAH #422)
  • Benediction – preacher
  • Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (SDAH #214)

Pathfinders program

Pathfinders program will take place this Sabbath afternoon between 2:45 and 5 pm in Ranelagh church.

Moving to Elim Church

MIND THE NEW ADDRESS. From the second Sabbath in June, that is 9 June, we will worship in Elim Church, located in Rosemount Business Park, Centrepoint, Unit B6.

See here a PDF presentation of the place.

Events in the Irish Mission for the summer

Irish Mission Day of Fellowship

The Irish Mission Day of Fellowship for 2018 will take place next Sabbath. The guest speaker for the event is Dr. Alan Parker from Southern Adventist University. Dr. Alan Parker is a dynamic speaker and a specialist in church growth and outreach. The event will take place at the Betania Church, Damastown Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin, D15 VRH4. A more detailed programme for the day will be published shortly.

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. 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 – lorance@adventist.ie

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. More details 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.