Covid-19 Update - Resumption of Sunday morning services

Services in Dun Laoghaire Presbyterian Church main building will resume on Sunday 5th July. This will be a gentle resumption of our activities together, with social distancing protocols in place. The service will include some prayers, music, Bible readings, a children's talk and a sermon. It will last approximately 45 minutes. Sunday Club will also take place in the Hall for children of primary school age. The service will be recorded, and made available on YouTube later on Sunday. If you have any queries, feel free to contact the Minister, Chris Kennedy.

Resources for Personal and Family worship

There are a number of resources to help you and your family worship the Lord this Sunday morning available on the congregation's Facebook page.

Bible teaching: A number of sermons are available for download in the resource section of the website. Why not choose the series on 1 John, the first is entitled 'Knowing God' Knowing God (30.6Mb)

Care and Prayer: Please make sure to keep an eye on those around you (e.g. neighbours and senior members of the church family and community) who could do with a phone call or a chat. Ask if there is anything they need, and if you might be in a position to get it for them, then do it.

A prayer to our Heavenly Father (taken from the PCI website):
"Heavenly Father, we come to you right now amongst a cloud of uncertainty, Covid-19 has spread amongst your people.

- We pray for those who are currently afflicted by this virus, we ask for the miraculous,
May lungs be restored to full health, headaches dissolved, body aches disbanded.

- We pray for anyone battling symptoms, may God bring restoration and health,
For those who are battling far worse: cancers, tumours, strokes, may you lay your healing hand upon them Jesus.

- When we cry out to you for help, may your response be "I am willing" (Matthew 8:3).

- We lift up to you medical professionals across our nation and around the world,
May you bless their gifted hands. AMEN"