Sabbath – 15 DEC 2018

See four initiatives for Mission in Dublin West. Get your friends together, or your small group and see how you can help.

FRIDAY NIGHT PROGRAM

Church in prayer (7:30 – 9:00 pm)

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

Meeting place – Blanchardstown (at sistem 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 – Oneness in Christ. 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
– A word of welcome and Introduction: Rachel
– Opening Song: My hope is built on nothing less (#522)

Offerings

– Offertory Reading: Alison
– Receiving of Tithes and Offerings (#369)
– Doxology: “Praise God” (#694)
– Prayer for the offerings

Special features

– Children story: 

SERMON

– Scripture Reading: Emily (Colossians 4:6)
– Congregational prayer: Althea
– Sermon: “Four Days Late; Is Jesus Hidden” (Iphi Mhlanga)

Closing

– Closing Song: Come thou fount (#334)
– Benediction: Preacher
– Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (#214)

PATHFINDERS AFTERNOON PROGRAM IN RANELAGH

Dublin Royals Club

Dublin Royals Club Session will take place this Saturday afternoon in Ranelagh SDA Church.

NEXT EVENTS

22 Dec. Music Concert

Many of our young people like to sing.

Led by Berlinda, Dublin Youth in Praise would like to delight us for an afternoon of music, poetry and laughter. Accordingly, please add into your calendar the afternoon of 22 December when, at 3pm, we are all invited to stay for Winter Praise in Song. Feel welcome to invite as many of your friends.

22 Dec. Lord’s Supper

Once a quarter we celebrate the death of our Lord Jesus Christ. As a new opportunity to know Him better, to humble ourselves in foot washing, and to partake of the symbols of His body and of His blood. 

Again, it is our occasion to bring goods for those in need. To acknowledge for our own life the reality expressed by our Lord when He said “it is more blessed to give than to receive”.

29 Dec. Music Concert

One European woman from Dublin went to the Philippines on a mission trip. She came back with a desire to help some in need.

Now, the Filipino choir in Dublin tries to help her! A series of concerts, both in Ranelagh (8 Dec.) and Dublin West (29 Dec.) will make a good opportunity for you to help also. Come, enjoy the music and help the fundraiser.

Details of the project here: https://www.gofundme.com/operation-for-niko-and-andrea