Below are listed some church activities. Members of the local community are more than welcome to join us in any of them. Please note that there is some limited free parking available.
Sunday School & Discussion Group
The Sunday School and Discussion Group have restarted for this school year.
Sunday School is available for all those aged 4 to 11 years and will meet every Sunday following school terms and half-terms. Discussion Group is aimed at 12+ years which will formally meet two Sundays a month, with the group working on a project, when not formally led.
All meetings are on Tuesdays at 7.30pm in Room 1, Wesley House.
For more information please contact Hilary Grantham at Tel. 01-2827064 or 087-4126315.
The Friendly Room
The Wednesday Club (Formerly the Friendly Room) meets on Wednesdays from 10.30am to noon in the coffee bar, Wesley House. More information can be had from Lesley at 01-2694923 or 085-7411200.
“The Sky’s the Limit”
A new venture to give an opportunity for us, as members of Centenary, to explore issues of concern to us. These may be issues in the local, national or international public sphere or of particular interest to us as Methodists, or maybe just as members of Centenary. Meetings will initially take place on the 8th day of each month and a couple of ideas for the next two months are already on the table.
On Tuesday 8th January from 7.30 to 9pm in the Parkins' home, 9 Ailesbury Grove, Ballinteer. In the hymn, "Amazing Grace" it has been said that the line "was blind but now I see" refers to (the evil of) the slave trade. Newton, the author of the hymn, went on to work for the abolition of the slave trade in which he had previously participated. Is there something in our times/ society to which we need to open our eyes and act?
On Friday 8th February we hope that Rev Andrew Dougherty, who is to be one of three new District Superintendents, will discuss the changes to take place in the Methodist Church in Ireland.
On Friday 8th March it is hoped that we will think about the Irish Church Leaders' statement on Brexit.
Fourth Tuesday is for women only and is so called because it meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. It is co-ordinated by Jackie Richards, Tel. 086-3655647.
English Conversation Classes
We meet on Thursdays from 10.30am to noon in the Coffee Bar in Wesley House. Our discussions are on topics of interest to those present.
All welcome, free of charge, as this is a mission of Methodist Centenary Church.
Enquiries may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
7.30 to 10pm every Tuesday and Wednesday in Wesley House.
For more information please contact Patrick at 01-4974674