A look at a typical night at the ARPC International Café

ARPC International Students

Whether you have come to Dublin as a language student, an undergraduate or a post graduate, we pray you will soon become part of the church family at Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church (ARPC). As a city centre church, ARPC has church members from all over the world, and you would be most welcome to join us at our Sunday services at 11 am and stay for a nice cup of coffee or tea afterwards.

A friendly group of Christians from Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church organises ARPC International Café, but you don’t have to be a Christian or to sign up beforehand, just come along. All are welcome!

• Conversation groups laptop or internationalcafedublin@gmail.com

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Good Food

Every Friday we serve a delicious meal with an international flavour that we can enjoy while we chat. We ask for a contribution of €2 towards the cost of the food.

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Fun Games

You can practise your English through all the games we play after dinner. It’s a fun way to learn and improve your English and make new friends.

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NUA video series

We meet every Friday at 6:15 to watch an episode of the NUA series and we finish just before International Café. NUA is for anyone who is interested in learning more and asking tough questions about the Christian faith—it's designed for young adults but any critical mind of any age would benefit from NUA.

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Behold, how good and pleasant it is when ebrothers dwell in unity! It is like the precious foil on gthe head, running down on the beard, on the beard of Aaron, running down on hthe collar of his robes! It is like ithe dew of jHermon, which falls on kthe mountains of Zion! For there the Lord lhas commanded the blessing, life forevermore. Psalm 133v 1–3.