No photographyThis 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.
Whole Church Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 30 November at 8pm
at Irish Church Missions (28 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1)
Advent: Prince of Peace
Next Sunday 4 December we'll begin our advent series in Isaiah, with chapter 2:1-5. Give the passage a read beforehand.
Carols in the City (Evening carol service)
Sunday 11 December, 7pm.
Family Carol Service
Sunday 18 December, 10.30am.
Eating together as a church family is important, and it's a great way to get embedded into the life of City. This week after church, we have 2 lunch locations: Rosie & Jenny are hosting at their home in Dundrum, and Jasper is hosting at his home in Ballsbridge. Visit the Connect table after the service to sign up and get the address. We just ask that you give €2 to help cover the cost of the meal.
Please respect that numbers are limited, and if the €2 lunch is full, we encourage you to gather a group to get lunch together in the city. If you'd like to serve the community by hosting lunch some weeks, chat to Becky Candler, anyone at the Connect Table, or the Get Plugged In page.
Irish Men's Convention
The Irish Men's Convention is where men from across Ireland meet together to hear from God, pray to him, rejoice together in his great gospel and to be fired up, sent out and deepened in our knowledge of the true and living God to serve and love him more.
When: Saturday 25 February 2023
Where: Assembly Buildings Conference Centre, Belfast
Theme: Revelation's Seven Churches
Speaker: Richard Coekin
Tickets: £17.50 (£13 students). Booking here.
New to Dublin? New to City? Been around for a while, but looking to get plugged in?
City Life is a new midweek community, meeting in Dublin city centre. Come along for a light meal, followed by a short talk and a discussion.
Where: Immanuel church, 28 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1
When: Wednesdays at 7pm.
To sign up, head to the Connect Table after the service or visit the Get Plugged In page.
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.
In addition to City Life, there are 3 groups across the city.
Westside (Castleknock): Tuesdays at 8pm.
Leaders: Mark and Philippa Smith.
Southside (Dundrum): Wednesdays at 7pm.
Leaders: Ross Jarvis, Jenny Abbot, and Andrew Wood-Martin.
The Southside group is currently full and closed to sign-ups.
Northside (Ballymun): Tuesdays at 7.30pm.
Leaders: Peter and Nicole Thompson.
The Northside group is currently full.
To find out more or to join a group, chat to the respective leaders or anyone at the Connect table after the service.
GivingGiving 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.
As we always say, Sundays are necessary but not sufficient.
To find out more about what it means to embed into life at City, visit the Connect Table after the service, or visit our Get Plugged in page, where you can sign up to serve on a ministry team.