Newsletter 4 April

“Here is a call for the endurance and faith of the saints.” (Revelation 13:10)

Thank you for being part of Dublin West Seventh-day Adventist Church.

While in isolation and social distancing, “let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near” (Hebrews 10:24-25).

During these times we invite you to keep close by the following channels of communication.

Three channels of communication:

1. Zoom meetings

We are using Zoom platform. Get yourself accustomed with this app – available and easy to use on computer, tablet, smartphone. Free.


  1. Tuesday night at 8:00pm – Bible study based on Sabbath School lesson.
  2. Wednesday night at 7:00pm – Prayer meeting.
  3. Thursday night at 8:00pm – Youth Bible Study
  4. Sabbath afternoon at 1:00pm – Worship (devotional, Sabbath School and sermon)

Connect to our meeting with this link:
Meeting ID: 457 705 2884

2. Our Facebook page

It serves as an open space to interact. All the news regarding our church will be published there, along with news from Irish Mission or other higher governing bodies. Our page is:

Hit the like button and then our posts will appear easily in your feed.

3. Phone calls and WhatsApp groups

Use your phone to get in touch. You can text, call, video-call. Use what is in your means to reach others. If no one calls you, maybe you have to call. “Whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them” (Matthew 7:12).

Use discretion also: we are flooded with messages, quotes, YouTube sermons, breaking news videos and others. Please sanitise your influx of information and be careful what you share with others.

What our YOUNG members are doing these days?

Youth recording Psalm 91.

We have more than 600 views. It can greatly increase if you share it!

Staying creative

A young member of our church inspires us to stay creative while in a lockdown.


“As we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.” (Galatians 6:10). If anyone is in need, let us know!

This help has been delivered by a member of our church to a family in need, confined in isolation due to Covid-19.

Info from Irish Mission

Being mindful of the ones in danger’s way:

BUC press release regarding decision to furlough staff:

Death of a former IM President’s wife:

100 Days of Prayer:

Returning your tithes:

What a crisis does to your character:

Ministry for your kids: