All the activities mentioned below have been suspended until further notice
20:20 Vision: Our Year of the Bible
"The Bible Jesus Read" by Philip Yancey
All are invited to share in an 8-week exploration of the Old Testament around the big table in room 1, Wesley House, continuing on the following Tuesday nights in 2020 from 7.30 to 9 pm:
March 31st; April 28th; May 19th; and June 26th.
This will be done through video, the Bible, teaching, and discussion.
On Tuesday March 31st we will discuss the Book of Psalms.
There are a limited number of copies of this book on sale in Wesley House at the reduced price of €10 (Usual price €12)
Sunday School & Discussion Group
Sunday School is available for all those aged 4 to 11 years and meets every Sunday following school terms and half-terms. Discussion Group is aimed at 12+ years and formally meets two Sundays a month, with the group working on a project when not formally led.
If you have a query, please contact Dorothy at 086-1529682.
Thanks to those adults who have volunteered to join our team this year.... There's room for more!
Information from Sylvia at 01-2983412 or 087-2361112
As a church fundraiser we have set up bookshelves in Wesley House to sell books on an honesty basis (with a donation box) for all who pass through Wesley House.
The bookshelves are located on the right as you come in the door.
Please donate or purchase books. Details from Charles Richards, Delyth Parkes or Don Black.
The Friendly Room
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.
Rev Andrew Kingston, the Superintendent Minister, encourages those attending the Friendly Room to please support the Midweek Holy Communion if at all possible.
Midweek Holy Communion
Wednesdays at 10.00am.
On the first, third and fifth Wednesdays of the month in the side chapel of Christ Church Leeson Park and on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month in Wesley House.
"7.30 on 8th"
This is 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 usually take place on the 8th day of each month at 7.30 pm.
The meeting scheduled for Wednesday 8th April has been postponed til the autumn.
On Wednesday 8th April we had been due to meet in the home of Dorothy and Rory O'Ferrall, "Foxwood," 17 Annsbrook, Clonskeagh, where Rory O'Ferrall had planned to introduce the topic "Are Scientific and Medical Advances Compatible with Christianity?"
Tuesday 8th May: To be decided.
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 Valerie at 086-8524861.
English Conversation Group
For those who wish to practice their English language skills.
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 ministry of Methodist Centenary Church.
Enquiries may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Indoor Bowling Club usually meets on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings in Wesley House
For more information please contact Patrick at 01-4974674
6th Dublin (Leeson Park) Scout Troop
The Scouts and Venture Scouts meet on Monday evenings and the Cubs and Beavers meet on Friday evenings.
More information from Barbara Stone at Tel. 087-2258543 or email: email@example.com
Leeson Park Players
The next performance will hopefully take place in the Autumn. We will perform "The Constant Wife" by W. Somerset Maugham which has been postponed from March 2020.
For more information please visit our website at: www.leesonparkplayers.com
Please do not leave food items in Wesley House for the foreseeable future.
If you wish to give to God's Storehouse please give donations of money.
There are a limited number of food items available in the store in Tallaght if you know of anyone who is in need of them. If so, please speak to Rev Andrew Kingston.