FRIDAY NIGHT PROGRAM
Church in prayer (7:30 – 9:00 pm)
– Songs of worship
– Inspirational talk
– Prayer time
– Socializing time
Meeting place – Ashbourne (at br. Axel’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
Interested in a commentary on the Memory text of the Sabbath School lesson?
Why not checking it here. Did God really speak through Caiaphas?
Maybe you’ll share afterwards with other people that might be interested.
SABBATH MORNING WORSHIP
Church at worship (11:45 am – 1:15 pm)
– Song Service: Youth
– Invocation: Preacher
– A word of welcome and Introduction: Tash
– Opening Song: Draw me nearer (#306)
– Offertory Reading: Grace
– Receiving of Tithes and Offerings (#369)
– Doxology: “Praise God” (#694)
– Prayer for the offerings
– Children story:
– Scripture Reading: Ana Beatriz (Psalms 63)
– Congregational prayer: Jennifer
– Sermon: “The Life Giver” (Joseph Anderson)
– Closing Song: I gave my life for thee (#281)
– Benediction: Preacher
– Recessional Hymn: “We Have This Hope” (#214)
Mission in Dublin West
Through the years, Seventh-day Adventists have generously supported mission through their tithes and mission offerings because they believe the gospel commission. They believe we’re called to help the less fortunate, the poor, the sick, and those who don’t know about Jesus.
In Dublin West we all know about other missionary helps given toward various projects in Europe (Moldova), Africa or Asia (Philippines). Some are helping locally, in Cuisle Centre or on different private (unseen) projects. God bless them all.
But, if you (we really mean YOU) are interested into helping, volunteering, why not meet us on an afternoon Sabbath – 8 December in Dublin West. That is when we will talk, pray and get inspired. Plan to be there!
The story of Adventist mission around the world centers not on the story of highly-educated super-Christians performing exceptional feats. It’s the story of everyday people who answer the call to touch the lives of others in the name of Jesus. And it’s your story, because you can help make it happen.
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.