Bulletin – Sabbath 15 September 2018


Church in worship (8:00 – 9:00 pm)

As already announced, we are inviting all those who can come to join us and others in the Romanian Church tonight. Guest speaker is Dr. Nicholas Miller, and his message will be focused on The Great Controversy, based on his latest book “The Reformation and the Remnant”.

Meeting place – Fortunestown Road, Jobstown, Dublin 24. If you come by bus from the city, the church is right where the bus line 27 ends.


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.


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


– Song Service: Youth
– Invocation: Preacher
– A word of welcome and Introduction: Sade
– Opening Song: Praise to the Lord (#1)


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

Special features

– Children story: Berlinda
– Special item: Berlinda


– Scripture Reading: Jethniel (John 5:8-9)
– Congregational prayer: Omina
– Sermon: “The Sheep Gate with no Shepherd” (Caddy / Cătălin Andronic)


– Closing Song: Pass me not, o, gentle Savior (#569)
– Benediction
– Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (#214)


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 🙂


22 September. Lord’s Supper
Add to your calendar 22 September, as the date for our Communion service or Lord’s Supper. It is a good time to get together, ask for forgiveness, turn a new page and learn from our Lord.

22 September. Hope in the Darkness
As usual for a number of times now, when we are coming for what the Lord has provided for us, we are invited also to bring something for others. Accordingly, once a quarter, please come with all things necessary for those in need (Matthew 25:31-46) – food, clothes, hygiene products, money, which we will donate to Hope in the Darkness (see Greetings from Gadara)


6 October. Business meeting
As mentioned in our last church board meeting, there is a need for a Business meeting to discuss several things for a better management and serving of the church. Please let us know in advance your ideas, questions or challenges, so that the church board members and departamental leaders, along with the pastor will be better equipped to answer or suggest.

6 October. Church elections.
The same business meeting will be useful also for our church elections processs, that will start on the same day. A full article with resources has been posted here, please check: http://dublinwestsda.ie/2018/09/10/elections-in-the-church/

31 October. “Caring not Scaring”
We intend to have a social evening for kids, at the church, as a healthy alternative for the Halloween night. All those who want to be involved as helpers (staff) and those who will bring kids will contat Alyn, Melissa. We will soon come with more details.

10 November. Harvest Day
Another opportunity to praise the Lord for His blessings will be on th second Sabbath of November, when we will organize the Harvest Day in the church.

24 November. Dublin Day of Fellowship
Once a year all Adventists in Dublin Area are invited to worship together. We are making preparations for the place, speaker, theme and full program for a day of praise, joy, fellowship and growing together. As last year, Stanborough Press will be coming also, so be prepared to buy books and other supplies for a better life and mission.