Announcements


Coming up

Sunday 5 February 
We'll continue our series in John's gospel with chapter 14:1-14. Give it a read beforehand.

Members' meeting
Tuesday 31st January, 7.30pm
ICM, 28 Bachelor's Walk, Dublin 1.

Safeguarding training 
Thursday 2nd February, 6.30-8.30pm
ICM.


Worship night

Come gather with your church family to lift our voices together in praise to our great God.

Sunday 5 February, 7.30pm
Irish Church Missions, 28 Bachelor's Walk, Dublin 1.


Women's event

At this women's event, Philippa Smith will be speaking on busyness, and we'll have a pancake bar.

Women's ministry at City church is for all women - young, old, single, married, student, employee, mother.

Saturday 11 February, 2-4pm
Irish Church Missions, 28 Bachelor's Walk, Dublin 1.

Please register and enter your dietary requirements here.


Weekend Away

Our church weekend away is taking place from 3-5 March 2023 in Castledaly Manor, Athlone. YOU are invited, whether you've been at City for years or have just started coming along. Our weekend away is always great time of Bible teaching, growing in community and fun.

Speaker: Steve Robinson, director of Acts 29 GB and pastor of Cornerstone Church Liverpool.

Spaces are now full but you can join the waiting list here. 


Serving

If you follow Jesus and call City church your home, part of your discipleship is serving God's people. Several of our service teams need more people to join.

To find out more about our service teams or to join a team, please visit the Get Plugged In page or chat to any of the team leaders.


Core Camp

Core Camp is a residential camp for children in 4th, 5th and 6th class, run by Leinster Christian Holidays and churches across Dublin. It's all about having fun and learning what the Bible says about the core things of faith.

This year, Core will take place from 16-18 February 2023 in Drewstown House, Co Meath for 3 days of games, Bible times, outdoor activities and fun with friends. The cost of camp is €70, but get in touch with us if cost is an issue.

For more information, talk to Sarah. You can register here.


Post-church lunch

Eating together as a church family is important, and it's a great way to get embedded into life at City. Usually someone will host lunch in their home on Sunday afternoon.

Visit the Connect table after the service to sign up and get the address. We just ask that you give €2 to help the host cover the cost of the meal. If you have any dietary restrictions, please check with the host what meal they have prepared.

Please respect that our hosts can only accommodate limited spaces. If the sign-up list is full, we encourage you to gather a group to get lunch together in the city instead.

If you'd like to serve by hosting lunch sometime, chat to Becky Candler, anyone at the connect table, or via the Get Plugged In page.


Community Groups

Community Groups are central to the life and mission of City Church. It is where ordinary people work out what it means to be followers of Jesus, care for one another, and love our city. Evenings vary between Bible study, prayer nights and shared meals.

Several of our groups across the city are already full. The following groups are open:

Westside (Castleknock): Tuesdays at 8pm
Smiths & Linns

City Centre (Irish Church Missions): Wednesdays at 7pm
Mark & Eóghan

Southside (Grand Canal Docks): Wednesdays at 7.30pm
Ross Neill

Kicking off from 16 January. To find out more information or to join a group, visit the Connect table after the service.


Giving

Giving is an act of worship and obedience. It is one of the ways that we respond to God's generosity to us in the gospel. Therefore we encourage everyone who calls City Church their home commit to giving sacrificially, regularly and joyfully according to the means that God has given you. You can do this easily through our website here.


No photography

This is a reminder that unauthorised photography and video-recording in our service is not permitted, in order to safeguard our children. Thank you for your understanding.

What's next?

As we always say, Sundays are necessary but not sufficient.

To find out more about what it means to embed into life at City church, visit the Connect Table after the service, chat to one of our leaders, or visit our Get Plugged in page. You can also get in touch with us by emailing church@citychurchdublin.ie.