VISION

As you read the book of Acts in the New Testament the church seems to be this vibrant, diverse-yet-united, outward looking, joyful people that in spite of severe suffering go and tell others the good news about Jesus through their lives and their words. And, though only a small community, they were able to be a blessing and make a difference not just in individual lives but also to the cities and cultures of their day. That is our hearts’ desire. We want to make a difference spiritually, culturally and socially.

Spiritually – We believe that the church is called to help people discover who they were made to be. We also believe that true freedom, joy and hope is found in Jesus and want people to experience this for themselves. We want people to come to know Jesus, understand the purpose for which they were made and discover a freedom and joy beyond their wildest dreams and hopes.

Culturally – We believe that the church is called to make a positive difference not just in individual lives but also in the city at large. We are committed to making Dublin a great place to live. We want to make a different culturally, impacting every sector of society with the love of Christ, whether in sport or music, in business or university, at home or at school. We want people to live as Jesus wants them, to be a blessing to others 24/7.

Socially - Finally we believe that the church is called to make a difference socially. In the scriptures God seems to have bias for the poor. So we want to love and serve the poor through acts of mercy and justice: mercy to help those in immediate need, and justice for those trapped in oppression.

Our desire is that Christ would so transform us, both individually and corporately, that we might be able to bring transformation to others in Dublin.