Door/Welcome – Renison/ Agim OAKs – up to 10 Ruth, Sam 11+ Prudence Flowers- Ruth B Coffee- Power point/Sound- Reader-
Door/Welcome – Felix/ David C OAKs – up to 10 Ruth, Sam 11+ Prudence Flowers- Gloria R Coffee- Power point/Sound- Reader-
Door/Welcome – Geoffry / Sean OAKs – up to 10 Patricia, Olivia G 11+ William Flowers- Margaret L Coffee- Power point/Sound- Reader-
ROTAS : Door/Welcome – AN Other / Aloysius OAKs – up to 10 Patricia, Sam 11+ William Flowers- Pat Coffee- Power point/Sound- Reader-
Prayer changes things and our weekly prayer gathering is at 8.30am on Saturdays Join us to pray for our church and to pray for one another. Please feel free to come on the Saturdays that suit you.
You are Welcome to join us for our Christmas Morning Worship Service. Everyone is welcome.. Friends & members of of Abbey, visitors to Dublin and even if you do not normally come to church but would like to come on Christmas Day, we would love to see you.
This service will focus on praise to God through music and word as we reflect on God’s presence amongst us through 150years and as we close this celebration year. Followed by Bring and Share Lunch in downstairs hall (No OAKs and friends family and children are all welcome to the service)
City Centre Worship Service 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, seek us out, join us for the day or for longer….
This group is for friends and members of Abbey. Meeting at No 5 Gardiner Row. (ring the door bell on the blue door) We are a city congregation and it is difficult to see, share and see each other than a Sunday. Cell groups are integral to our congregational life as we seek to Make Gods Glory Our Pleasure in and…
This group is for members of Abbey, friends and anyone who is interested and around the city to come along – All Welcome ! We are a city congregation and it is difficult to see, share and be together other than a Sunday. Cell groups are integral to our congregational life as we seek to Make Gods Glory Our Pleasure in…