We look forward to seeing you this Sunday. Just a reminder that booking is NOT needed this week or next.
Mask wearing and social distancing are still obligatory, but we are allowed to set out the seating in pods of 6. If you wish to arrange in advance who you will sit beside, please let the stewards in the hall know on your arrival, as this will be a great help to them.
As usual, don’t come if you have Covid symptoms, are awaiting a test result, or are a close contact.
We would also ask you to respect the social distancing rules when entering and leaving the building, and not congregate in the main hall, corridor, or pavement outside.
Now for some important news about our services following the anticipated lifting of restrictions on 22nd October.
From Sunday 24th October the start time of the service will revert to 11 am. AND tea and coffee will be served again after the service!
That’s great news. But please remember that with the relaxation of formal restrictions, the onus will be upon each of us to look after our own health as well as the health of others. So, if individuals wish to continue wearing masks, then that is fine.
Please also put in your diary the next church prayer meeting, which will be held via Zoom on Thursday 21st October at 7.30 pm. (That is the Thursday after next)
Whether you are attending in-person or online on Sunday, you are invited to join us, as we gather (weather permitting) for informal fellowship in Merrion Square after the service, in a socially distanced way in accordance with regulations. If you want to bring a sandwich and a chair, feel free!
OMF Ireland Conference 2021 is coming up next Saturday 2 October.
God continues to be at work in extraordinary ways in his world! You are invited to join us for a special morning hearing live from those involved in Taiwan, Japan & the Philippines.
The conference will take place via Zoom. To register please contact Nathaniel, if you haven’t done so already, email@example.com
Date & Time
Saturday 2 October 2021
10.00 am – 12.30 pm
In Spring 2022, What’s the Story? will prompt people to think about the big existential themes that are woven through their lives, through six weeks of nationwide publicity.
What’s the Story? will provide a platform for churches to reach people all over Ireland, giving them a unique opportunity to introduce God as the main character of each life story, and show how Jesus can bring about a glorious eternal plot twist.
The launch happened two weeks ago with a very good attendance from many groups and denominations across Ireland.
It’ll be a year of prayer and reconnection, building up to a six week evangelistic focus from March to just before Easter 2022 and following up in the months afterwards.
To view Live Sundays, go Live Stream.
To view previous Sundays, go here.
Because we are not together physically each Sunday, there is currently no opportunity to give through the offering box. However, we now have a giving facility here on the site, using credit & debit cards and Paypal. If you would like to give in any of these ways, just hit the donate button below. If you would like to contribute by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how to do this.