Join us at the Rally for Life in Dublin on Saturday 10 March. This year, perhaps more than ever before, it is important that we get out on the streets and send a clear message to the Irish government that there are hundreds of thousands of us who want to retain the Constitutional protection of the life of the unborn child.
The Rally starts at 2pm at Parnell Square (beside the Gardens of Remembrance).
Don’t forget our new service times at Solid Rock Drogheda – 10am and 12 noon. Children’s Sunday School classes provided in both services, and new cafe area open after each service.
As from Sunday 29 October the Solid Rock Church in Drogheda will be having two identical Sunday services – at 10am and at 12 noon. You are welcome to come and worship with us, and join us for fellowship after each service in our new cafe area.Each service will continue to provide heartfelt worship, age-appropriate classes for children, and relevant inspirational preaching from God’s Word.
Part of our vision at Solid Rock Drogheda is to see every member of the Church find their place of maximum fulfillment and effectiveness in the Body of Christ.
The following slides were shown as part of a teaching in our Monday night service in Feb 2016.
The Solid Rock Church in Drogheda, for three years now, has been reading the entire Bible (Genesis to Revelation) out loud. We believe this prophetic proclamation of the Word has released something mighty in our Church.
The idea is that individuals in our Church pre-book slots in the Prayer Centre (at the rear of the White House that houses our Church Offices). There you find a chart detailing where the last reader left off. You start reading out loud from that point – and when you leave you update the chart ready for the next reader.
Once we got to the end of Revelation, we go back to the beginning of Genesis and start again! Please note that it is OK to have breaks between readers. Once you pre-book you will be given an access code to enter the Prayer Centre, and you lock it again when you leave.
It’s also OK if two or more people end up being there to read at the same time. That will simply add some fellowship to the mix! You can take it in turns to read.
This vocal reading of the Word will, we pray, provide insights and revelations to those who do the reading. We also believe that many will find the Prayer Centre to be a place of peace and life where they will return often to spend time with God.
“Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near.” (Revelation 1:3)
We have a Prayer Meeting every Sunday from 10.30am – 11.00am in the Prayer Centre at the rear of our Church Offices (White House at the front left side of our property).
Sunday Worship Service is in our main Worship Centre to the rear of the property at 11.15am.
Children and youth participate in the first part of our Worship Service. At 12 noon the children go to their age-graded Sunday School classes.