Dublin West in Mission

Opportunities for Mission

Our Seventh-day Adventist Church has committed to a mission which includes a worldwide humanitarian work, an international volunteer program, satellite television and shortwave radio blanketing the globe, a huge publishing program, thousands of schools, a large network of hospitals and clinics, the Global Mission pioneer program, and hundreds of overseas missionaries.

What about its mission in or from Dublin 15, Fingal County, Blanchardstown?…

Let’s review some opportunities for mission.

1. Youth Mission Trip to Dominican Republic.

In February 2019 a new trip will be organized in Central America. From Dublin West we plan to have one missionary – Joana. Axel’s wife, a young nurse, she is volunteering for Cuisle Centre. An account to our treasurer has been opened. Anyone who wants to help is welcome, as we make efforts to cover the trip expenses which would be around 1,000 euro.

See the fundraiser page here: https://www.gofundme.com/missing-trip-d-republic

If you ned a reminder and inspiration, watch a report, pictures and videos of the 2018 trip here:

Pictures: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmfwnQYG

YouTube videos from the trip: https://youtu.be/8UhUGmnRP_ohttps://youtu.be/Zq0aczS3LCIhttps://youtu.be/Tyg9MacQUBU

Registration for 2019 trip: http://youth.adventistchurch.org.uk/buc-mission-trip-2019-dominican-republic

Interested into this project? 

Contact person: Joana.

2. Hope in the Darkness, Dublin.

For more than a year now we are helping homeless and poor people. While Dublin West gives every quarter loads of food, clothes, and other items, the Romanian Church helps with 100 sandwiches every Thursday night.

If you are not aware of our efforts, please read the article Greetings from Gadara. Our latest delivery to them happened following the Thanksgiving Day. 

While delivering the good, the pastor and an elder were challenged by Sinead Kane, the leader of Hope in the Darkness: what about you guys spreading the table one or two Saturdays in a month? It means preparing food and hot drinks for more than 100 people. It’s quite about our number… Once a month feed the poor. Or get on a Thursday night, a team of two-three people, to prepare 100 good sandwiches, along with those in the Romanian Church?

Would we accept the challenge?

Interested into this project? 

Contact person: Christian, Carmen (from Romanian Church)

3. Prophecies fulfilling as part of the Great Controversy.

We all know one of our best resources for the times in which we live, the book Great Controversy by Ellen G. White. 

Adam, our Croatian brother in Dublin West along with others secured thousands of copies ready to be distributed. The plan developed into preparing a booth, a poster, going to the market place, being in the midst of people, on the streets of Dublin. The purpose? To give a good and balanced testimony to people around us…

We need people to pray, people to testify, money to buy books and other materials. We need support.

Would you be part of it?

Interested into this project? 

Contact person: Adam, Chris, Theda

4. Music Concert – fundraiser for humanitarian help

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

Interested into this project? 

Contact person: Alyn, Natalyia

Your mission while 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.

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.