Weekend Away

Our church weekend away will take place from 4-6 March 2022 at Castledaly Manor in Athlone (transport provided).

This is for anyone who calls City Church home, whether you've been with us for one week or five years.

The retreat is a great opportunity to get to know people at City and build community. Over the weekend, we'll hang out, drink good coffee, play games, explore the beautiful Castledaly grounds, hear from God's word, and sing together.

Find out more information and sign up here!

Hope Explored

There are few emotions more powerful than hope.

Christianity claims to offer real hope: a joyful expectation for the future, based on true events of the past, which changes everything about my present.

You’re invited to three discussion sessions hosted by various Dublin churches to explore a hope worth having.

Thursday 13th, 20th & 27th January at 8.15pm on Zoom.

Whatever you do or don’t believe, this is your opportunity to explore, discuss, question and discover.
Register here and invite your friends. 

€2 Lunches

Eating together as a church family is important, and lunch in the city is expensive, so we came up with "€2 lunches". After church on Sunday, someone from City will provide lunch in their home for a number of people. We just that you give €2 to help supplement the cost of the meal.

Lunch is hosted by Becky and Duncan this week at their home in Churchtown. You can sign up at the Connect Table after church.

If you are interested in hosting, or providing a meal to bring to someone else's home, please register at the Connect Table, or chat to Becky Candler.

Community Groups

Community Groups are back up and running.  As we say, Sunday mornings are an essential part of being at City, but they're not sufficient!  If you're not part of a community group, visit

Serving at City

Being united to Jesus means we're joined to each other too - part of Christ's body, the Church. Like a body has different members with different jobs, City is made up of people who serve each other in different ways, so that Christ's body is built up together in love.

If you call City church your home - even if just for a brief season - why not consider serving on one of our ministry teams? For more information, or to get involved, please chat to the ministry team leaders.

At City Church we want to make people feel welcome, whether they are new, just visiting, or are established members. This happens organically all the time as the gospel changes our hearts and compels us to love others.

The Welcome Team compliments this, along with the Hospitality and Connect teams. In particular, the Welcome Team seeks to make people feel at home from the moment they come to City on a Sunday morning by being a welcoming face and the first "Hello!".

Welcome Team members are people who know the benefit of helping the outside feel at home. They love to meet new people and can carry a conversation with people that they are just getting to know.

Those serving on the Welcome Team should arrive no later than 10am to begin welcoming people. They usher people into the screen and seek to chat to any newcomers straight after the service. Each member serves once a month.

Peter Thompson is the Welcome Coordinator. You can chat to him to get involved.


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.

More Information

For information about any of these announcements, feel free to visit the Connect Table, to ask one of the leaders, to find it on the website, or to send an email to