Sabbath, 28 April 2018

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)


  • Song Service: Youth
  • Invocation: preacher
  • Welcome: Omina
  • Opening Song


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

Special features

  • Song – Molly, Alison & Kareah


  • Scripture Reading: Jayron (2 Kings 7:1-2)
  • Congregational prayer: Charles
  • Sermon: “This time tomorrow” (John Biju)


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

Alternative afternoon program -

Screening the movie "Is Genesis History?" in other churches


Thank you for supporting the evangelistic initiative of screening the movie-documentary IS GENESIS HISTORY? We had more than 10 visitors, some coming as they received a printed invitation (for example a religion teacher), others as they’ve been reached by our Facebok ad (some ladies from the community around the church), while some others as they are new friends to the church.

Here is some of the feedback we got from our visitors:

  • “Thank you for organising the documentary screening. It was very informative.” (C.)
  • “I found the film very interesting and I’ll certainly check out YouTube for the other resources of Is Genesis History”. (A.)

This Sabbath afternoon the movie is projected again in other churches in Dublin. If you and your friends want to come around, you are welcome at 4PM in the Romanian Church, in Tallaght (English), while at 7PM the same program is being run in Ranelagh Church.

Info/News for the church

Where and when do we move?

Thank you all for praying and giving feedback on our efforts to find a new venue for worship. Last week we gave a short report of where we are now (you can read it here: The post was accessed 62 times by now, so we presume that every family in the church knows about our next steps.

On Wednesday this coming week the pastor will have a meeting with the pastors of the churches mentioned as “the first option” and hopefully we will get a positive answer from one of them.

Save the date - 2 June - Irish Mission Day of Fellowship

The Irish Mission Day of Fellowship for 2018 will take place on 2 June this year. 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 Romanian Church, Damastown Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin. A more detailed programme for the day will be published shortly.

Pathfinders Camporee

Next weekend our youth will go to the annual Pathfinder Camporee – they have already had some training sessions during Sundays, even to learn how to put up a new tent. For all those interested into more details, please contact our Dublin West Pathfinder Leaders or the director of the Dublin Royals Club, Merrell Kaaran – 086 385 6346.

More details on

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 –