Covid 19 Update
We have resumed in person services. Praise God!
We have a nice big well ventilated auditorium
with well spaced seating.
Currently only the 10:30am Sunday service is held in person.
All other services continue on the internet until further notice.
Please read the following before attending in person:
- If any person planning to attend (or anyone in their family) has felt unwell any time over the previous 10 days, they are asked to contact Nurse Wendy on 087 782 2321 for health screening (available 9am to 9pm most days & especially Saturday). Anyone displaying symptoms of the Covid 19 Corona virus will be asked to stay home
[Zoom alternative available].
- If any person is awaiting a Covid 19 test result or isolating due to foreign travel, etc., they are asked not to attend in person.
- A record of those attending services and their contact telephone numbers will be taken for use in the event of a person who has attended later developing symptoms of Covid 19. In such a scenario, this information will be used to alert attendees.
The following services will be available online
until further notice:
Sunday School at 5:00pm
Sunday evening services at 6:30pm
Tuesday Prayer Meetings at 7:30pm
(+353 85 702 1425) for the easy to use link .
Also please visit our YouTube channels:
https://www.youtube.com/BibleIreland (short informative videos)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbkMtO6kgMuhJ2AszxwRQgA (Bible studies).
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP
SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP & SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES
TUESDAY PRAYER MEETING
Sound Bible teaching
Blanchardstown Baptist Church has a strong emphasis on sound bible teaching.
At Blanchardstown Baptist Church, we sing traditional hymns that focus on the Lord.
At all BBC Sunday Services, there is a crèche available for children under 5 years old.
Sunday School classes
On Sunday evenings, we have Sunday School classes for all ages - from children to adults.
Pastor Derry O'Sullivan
Born and bred in County Cork, Pastor Derry came to know Christ while a student at UCC. After graduating, he moved to the UK for work and became involved in Leeds City Mission in his spare time. There the Lord called him into full-time ministry. For five years, Pastor Derry pastored a church in the south of England before being burdened to plant Bible-believing churches in his home country. In 1989, he returned to Ireland and started Blanchardstown Baptist Church. In 1992, Blanchardstown Baptist Church was officially chartered as an assembly. Pastor Derry lives in Blanchardstown with his wife Wendy. They have three grown-up children.