Services

Every Sunday @ 11am – Sunday Worship

Every Wednesday @ 1pm – Service of Reflection
Pamela McCarthy (facilitator)

Services for June 2021 // Sundays at 11am

30th May 2021
Andy Pollak “The Triumph Of The Human Spirit”

6th June 2021
Rev.Bridget Spain ‘The Sermon on the Mount’

13th June 2021
Will O’Connoll ‘Just say Yes’

20th June 2021
Rev.Bridget Spain ‘Favourite Readings’

27th June 2021
Tony Brady ‘The Grace of Forgiveness’

Click on the link to see the webcam feed.

The church is currently offering a system to take voluntary online donations (in lieu of our regular Sunday collection) via Paypal. These help towards the ongoing running costs of the church.
If you have enjoyed or benefitted from our service, please consider making a donation here. Offerings of any size are appreciated.

Currently the church is closed for the congregation and our service is broadcast via our webcam. An announcement was made Thursday 29th April stating that church services could recommence from Monday 10th May with a limited capacity of 50 people. If you would like to attend in person, please let us know by email hidden; JavaScript is required before Saturday (the day before the service) at 2pm.

Podcasts are prepared and uploaded shortly after the service. The full service can be streamed and downloaded directly from our Recordings page, along with our three selected podcasts (Address, Children’s Story and Moments Of Reflection) which can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher and other podcast providers. Search for Dublin Unitarian Church.

Our Wednesday lunchtime service is currently being recorded in the form of a meta-meditation and is available to stream or download on a Wednesday morning from our Daily Reflections Page or via our Facebook page.

See our update here for further details.

All welcome.

Attendance at service is open to all, and while there is no formal requirement for membership, those attending regularly are encouraged to participate in church activities and to make financial contributions to its upkeep if they can.

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