Calvary Christian Centre
  • Calvary Christian Centre
  • Pastor: Jimmy Dunne
  • Email: info@calvarydublin.org
  • City: Dublin
  • State: Co. Dublin
  • Hours: Sunday 10:30 am

Welcome

The vision of this church is to go into the entire world to share the Good News of the love of our Lord Jesus Christ by mobilising the local church. Everything that we do here is to encourage & build, teach & train and challenge & motivate every member to fulfill their destiny in God by getting involved in the local church before venturing out. Each one of us has the potential to rise up to serve and impact the nations around us. The Last Commission to all of us is to 'Go and Teach and Make disciples'. We want to see each one in this church touching lives that will eventually be transformed for God's glory and beginning to touch others.

Contact information

19A Naas Road Business Park,
Naas Road,
Dublin 12,
P: 01 4298735,
E: info@calvarydublin.org,
W: http://calvarydublin.org/index.html

About Dublin

Dublin was established as a Viking settlement and a key maritime centre in the 9th century, although there is evidence of habitation from prehistoric times.

The 2011 census gives the population of the Greater Dublin Area as 1,801,040. This equates to 39.3% of Ireland’s population.

Dublin is a thriving cultural center and boasts a great literary legacy with many luminaries of Irish literature such as Joyce, Shaw, Yeats, Wilde, Kavanagh and Beckett, being associated with the city.

Dublin is where you'll find many of the nation's treasures, housed in the city's galleries and museums, and is where some of the most important events of Ireland were played out, most notably the Easter Uprising of 1916. Though the battle between the IRA and British Forces caused extensive damage to the O'Connell Street area of Dublin (the bullet holes can still be seen on the General Post Office), this was one of the formative events of the Irish Republic.