AdventFor this season of Advent we will be going through a series called “PREPARE THE WAY”. When Jesus was born, the heavens broke wide open and an army of angels sang: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among those with whom he is pleased!” In announcing Jesus’ birth, the angels said they were bringing “good news of a great joy that will be for all the people.” Since the fourth century, the church has used the season of Advent as a time to celebrate that “good news of great joy.”  The celebration of Advent (which means “coming” or “arrival”) helps us focus our attention on Jesus Christ’s birth and ministry as well as his promised return Advent starts the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. Celebrating Advent helps us cut through all the distractions of the Christmas season and focus our attention on Jesus Christ’s birth and ministry as well as his promised return. Since we can’t anticipate the day or the hour of Christ’s return, we are filled with both a sense of joyful expectation and humble reverence, with our spiritual focus being on lives of prayer and preparation. Throughout this series we will  we will be  constantly reminded that Jesus Christ is the promised Messiah and Saviour of the World.


ChristmasEveryone is really welcome to join us for this year’s Christmas community celebration service . YES there will be Carols, YES there will be a nativity play by the children and YES there will be minced pies and mulled wine ! It’s in Holy Trinity Church, on the 13th of December at 6pm. Come join us and spread the word. See you there.

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  • Sunday services at noon. Our service is from noon to just after 1pm every Sunday in Rathmines, conveniently located in the heart of Dublin (we have coffee before and after, please hang out with us!).Directions to our church and a brief description of what goes on can be found on the Sundays page
  • Small groups almost every night. We’d encourage you to be in a Small Group during the week, even if you don’t attend on Sundays. It’s a great chance to hang out with cool (note: editorial bias) people and discuss issues about faith. We hold 7 different small groups Mon-Thurs throughout Dublin. For information about these, head to our Small Groups page
  • (Exciting!) Weekly Newsletter. We publish a newsletter every Thursday with info about next Sunday’s service, a review of last Sunday, and information on what’s going on in our community. Find out more in our News section. You can subscribe (for free, believe it or not!) by emailing us (you can unsubscribe at anytime)
  • Thoughts from our church. We publish to our blog roughly once week, including audio downloads of all our Sunday sermons, and some (we think, though we’re biased) thought-provoking posts. See Our Blog (we’ve got snippets from the latest posts on the right hand side of each page)