Abbey Presbyterian Church, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

ABBEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PARNELL SQUARE NORTH, DUBLIN, IRELAND

Abbey Presbyterian Church aims for a vibrant congregation of cross-generational, cross-cultural, self-replicating cells radiating from Parnell Square and spreading throughout the city of Dublin, Ireland and beyond.

OUR
Mission

Abbey exists to share God’s purpose, becoming more Christ-like as we go and show the Gospel to the City, inviting others to enjoy and thereby glorify God with us.

OUR
CELLS

Exposure to different people (age, gender, ethnicity, experience, gifting) is vital for knowing God and making God known.

OUR
ARTS

God will establish the New-Heavens-and-New-Earth to vindicate the material creation, so every production inspired by faith, hope and love will have its place through all eternity.

LATEST
NOTICEBOARD

24 May: Resource Service for May 24th

Welcome to our on-line resource for Sunday MAY 24th, 2020 Thank you for joining us, the best way to use…

16 May: Keeping In Touch

Ways to keep in touch while Abbey is closed Abbey members please let us know if you would like to…

10 May: At home Morning Worship Resource Services

Welcome to our on-line resource for Sunday MAY 17th, 2020 Thank you for joining us, the best way to use…

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UPCOMING
EVENTS
May
27
Wed
Due to Covid -19 arrangements/cancelled
May 27 all-day

All events on this date are unfortunately cancelled

Please see our posts on this site and keep in touch with Abbey Presbyterian Church.

Please know that you remain in our prayers and please pray for our congregation, for Dublin and for this world wide crisis at this time.

(Future events and dates-to be advised)

Reading Romans Mid Week Gathering @ Abbey Presbyterian Church
May 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Meeting in the old nursery room at 7.30pm we meet weekly to read Romans and discuss

A time to share and catch up with with friends from Abbey.

 

May
30
Sat
OASIS DAY @ Margaret Aylward Centre
May 30 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm

Our Oasis Days set in the Margaret Aylward centre are a guided and quiet time for personal reflection and fellowship.

A light lunch is provided

May
31
Sun
Due to Covid -19 arrangements/cancelled
May 31 all-day

All events on this date are unfortunately cancelled

Please see our posts on this site and keep in touch with Abbey Presbyterian Church.

Please know that you remain in our prayers and please pray for our congregation, for Dublin and for this world wide crisis at this time.

(Future events and dates-to be advised)

Morning Worship @ Abbey Presbyterian Church Dublin
May 31 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Morning Worship @ Abbey Presbyterian Church Dublin | Dublin | Dublin | Ireland

We are a City Centre church in the heart of Dublin.

We meet for our morning worship service weekly. People from all  around the world, visitors to Dublin, students studying, long term residents of Dublin, newcomers and those seeking out church for the first time.

Everyone is welcome to come along, find us out, join us for the day or for longer.

Morning Worship begins at 11am but you are encouraged to arrive from 10.30am -10.50am

Our Church reflects the aspects of City life and we look forward to being a welcome and making God’s Glory our pleasure. Our service is family orientated and we include all ages. Quiet activity bags are provided for small children and the service is relayed into the vesibule enterance if children need to be settled away from the main service.

We provide activity sheets for older children and they are encouraged to participte in our services.

Morning Worship is followed by Tea and coffee together  giving us opportunity to share together and get to know new comers. On the first Sunday monthly we have a bring and share lunch together.

If you are new to the congregation please make yourself known to us, we are glad to welcome you.

 

Jun
3
Wed
Due to Covid -19 arrangements/cancelled
Jun 3 all-day

All events on this date are unfortunately cancelled

Please see our posts on this site and keep in touch with Abbey Presbyterian Church.

Please know that you remain in our prayers and please pray for our congregation, for Dublin and for this world wide crisis at this time.

(Future events and dates-to be advised)