Open Door Coffee Morning
Thursday mornings 10:00 – 12:00
Tea/Coffee & home bakes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Everyone welcome!
Weekly Bible Study / Prayer Groups
Bible Study Groups
Bible study groups have all resumed as normal after the summer. If you would like to join one of the groups please contact us for more information.
- Tuesday – 8pm – In the church
- Tuesdays – 7.30pm – 20’s and 30’s group in various houses
- Discussion groups are available during the 10am service for teenagers
- Wesley College Students – Joel runs lunchtime Bible studies on Tuesdays in Mr Mackey’s office
- WINGS – A Bible study for women is on Thursday’s at 10.30am in the Youth Room. New members welcome
- 7.30pm Tuesday evening in the Youth Room
- 7.15-7.45am Wednesday mornings in the Prayer Room
- 8.30am Thursday morning in prayer room ‘Parents in Touch’ praying for children in school
- 10.30am Sunday mornings (prayer for church services – initially only on the 3rd Sunday of each month)
- We have a team of people of pray for anything you need. Please text or call 0860644396 or write it in the prayer request book in our foyer.
- We have a permanent prayer room at the top of the stairs which you are free to use whenever the building is open!
‘In everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God’.
Philippians 4: 6
Groups for Women
This group meets monthly in homes or takes a trip out. Details of the next event will be posted shortly
Women’s Fellowship / M.W.I.
Meets on 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Upper Room (at church)
Groups for Men
For Men & Women
Dundrum Methodist Indoor Bowling Group
This group consists of three clubs. Two clubs cater for men & women who are retired and meet on Monday & Thursday mornings from 11.00 to 1.00. Our third club meets on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 10.00. New members welcome. Please contact Fraser or Margaret Pelley (4934650).
This group meets monthly and has a varied programme of activities and outings. It consists mainly of the retired members of our congregation but if you’re interested in joining in any of the activities you would be more than welcome.
Details of each event can be found on the weekly Church Announcement Sheet about two weeks prior to the event.
We don’t let the fact we don’t have a proper badminton court stop us! On Thursday evenings, 7-9pm, we line out a court and have some fun playing. Come and join us!
Eco Congregation Ireland encourages Christians to adopt an eco approach to worship, lifestyle, property and finance management, community outreach and contact with the developing world. Find out more information from their website here
Dundrum Food Bank
Dundrum Methodist Church is proud to be working with the charity, Crosscare, to provide this vital new service for our community.
Crosscare was established over seventy years ago and its primary function then was to address the effects of food poverty on the population. Crosscare established its Food Banking structure over thirty years ago and now annually diverts over 850 tonnes of food from landfill and redirects it to those most in need.
We often consider third world nations when talking about food hunger yet over 10% of people in Ireland are affected by food poverty, which means that they simply cannot afford to provide themselves and their families with the recommended daily amounts of food. People finding themselves at risk of food poverty include those living alone; families on low incomes; single parents and families with three or more children.
A Community Food Bank collects and stores food for distribution to individuals and/or families affected by food poverty within a local community. The aim is to provide quality, nutritional food to those identified as “in need”.
Although the primary aim is to provide food, information on rights and entitlements are shared with service users when appropriate in particular, when it is felt it could address the underlying social causes of hunger.
Our community run food bank is operating out of Dundrum Methodist Church and serves (although not exclusively) the areas of Dundrum, Ballinteer, Balally, Sandyford, Churchtown and Goatstown.
We work to resource and redistribute surplus food to those most in need in our local community. We also ask local groups to hold food drives to help. We then add our food drive collections to the Crosscare food parcels which are distributed once a week. At present we have 35 families coming each week.
If you would like to buy any of the items from the list below and leave them in the designated boxes in the church foyer they will be gratefully received and appreciated.
If you would like more information about the Food Bank please feel free to contact email@example.com
Food Bank Shopping List
Milk (UHT or powdered)
Fruit juice (carton)
Sponge pudding (tinned)
Rice pudding (tinned)
Tea Bags/instant coffee
Biscuits or snack bar