Update – 19 September 2020
“Let us not grow weary in doing what is right, for we will reap at harvest-time, if we do not give up. So then, whenever we have an opportunity, let us work for the good of all . . .”
(Galatians 6.9, 10a)
In accordance with the latest government guidelines, we will not be gathering for in-person worship on Sunday mornings for the time being. However, our weekly podcasts will continue, offering a reading, a short reflection, and a brief prayer.
They come with warm greetings to all who wish to use them, and to you, if you are reading this, from all in Christ Church, Sandymount.
Christ Church is a united Presbyterian and Methodist congregation, and together we celebrate over 30 years of shared witness, in which we bring the resources of both traditions to bear on the contemporary development of our small but lively congregation. We have a particular commitment to the imaginative development of our worship life.
As members of both the Presbyterian and Methodist churches you can find further information at:
Christ Church has long-standing links with other local churches, and regularly hosts inter-church gatherings. Our hall and meeting rooms are heavily used throughout the year, providing space for a wide range of church and community activities.
A number of small retirement communities are located in the area, and Christ Church welcomes the ongoing addition of new members who move to the area in their mature years, bringing with them their valuable experience and skills. Our diverse congregation also includes younger people who are working and studying in Dublin, as well as those who have long been resident in Sandymount, and we would be delighted to see you if you are ever in the area.