acdublin Registered User
#121

"There is a new Presbyterian Church being planted in Donabate

This is their website, but its not up and running yet...

http://www.donabatepc.org"

The website is up and running and the Church begins meeting every Sunday (having met fortnightly in September & October) from 14th November at 10.30 in the Community Centre in Donabate. Everyone welcome, whether you've been a Christian for years or are just wanting to have a look.

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Phibsboro7 Registered User
#122

There are also ways to go to church over the web. I know web sites such as

http://www.churchservices.tv/

live stream services over the web. They currently have 13 catholic churches but are looking for Anglican (COI), Presbyterian, Methodist and Orthodox Christian Churches to sign up to the service.

johnfás Registered User
#123

Phibsboro7 said:
There are also ways to go to church over the web. I know web sites such as

http://www.churchservices.tv/

live stream services over the web. They currently have 13 catholic churches but are looking for Anglican (COI), Presbyterian, Methodist and Orthodox Christian Churches to sign up to the service.


Are you involved in the site? If so could you give us some more information about it - what sort of cost is involved for churches who might wish to provide this sort of service through the site - equipment, subscriptions etc.

CorkB Registered User
#124

Does anybody know of house churches/organic churches/home groups in either Dublin or Cork?

Turquoise1 Registered User
#125

If you are ever in the Bray area and are looking for a church, there is a good one called "Mountainview Community Church". Its located on Main
St.

I would totally recommend it and Nigel is a lovely pastor. They also have a website at : www.mvcc.ie

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Turquoise1 Registered User
#126

If you're ever in the Enniscorthy area or down in Wexford in general, there`s a great church in Enniscorthy called "Enniscorthy Christian Fellowship.

The Pastor and his wife are lovely people and the people who attend there are so nice!

Heres their website, if you want to check it out:

www.enniscorthychristianfellowship.ie

winifred101 Registered User
#127

Hi Im looking for Christian who meet in the East Clare area?Haven't had any joy so far so if theirs any body out there please let me know

derrydemesne Registered User
#128

East Clare - how far east?

Ismhunter Registered User
#129

Dunlaoghaire Presbyterian Church

Passages of scripture used for sermons

Mid-weeks groups, prayer groups youth worker etc

We'd love to have you

http://dl-pc.org

keespostma Registered User
#130

In Tramore there has been a solid church since 2000.

www.tramorebiblechurch.org for more information on services and ministries.

#131

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN CENTRE
36 Hebron Business Pk
Kilkenny

Wonderful, family athmosphere Pentecostal church with relevant, balanced Biblical teaching and intimate worship.

Sundays @ 11am

All welcome

HamletOrHecuba Registered User
#132

http://ireland.sspx.net/chapels/masses.htm

Definite Apostolic succession and solid Thomism whatever other problems they may have.

HamletOrHecuba Registered User
#133

Just discovered this. We have a Syrian (Non-Chalcedonian) Orthodox community in Dublin.

Holy Mass on every Sundays 11.00am at
St. Paul's Catholic Church,
Arran Quay, Near Smithfield Luas Station
Dublin.
Vicar: Rev. Fr. Joby Scaria - 0876315962, 014064394
Ass. Vicar: Rev. Fr. Babu Alias - 0879140505, 014064366

#134

A church has starting up in Gort Co Galway aimed at those interested in bikes. They come from all backgrounds including MCC and MC back patch clubs. They all have a common interest and that is motorcycles and sharing the Gospel.

http://www.cmaireland.ie/BikersChurch.php

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martinedwards Registered User
#135

Church of the Good shepherd, Monkstown, South Antrim.

Irelands only fully united methodist/Church of Ireland congregation.

a blend of the two traditions, evangelic, gently charismatic, blended worship styles, with organ and a contemporary band (though not together.... heaven forbid!!)

don't have a web site, but heres an article from a while back......

http://ireland.anglican.org/archive/hardgospel/index.php?do=articles&sid=7&rid=26

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