Explore Spirituality

Dublin is a safe place to bring your questions about life and God and discover for yourself what a difference a meaningful life can be. We are all spiritual people. How might you nurture yours?

Embrace Action

Dublin's mission invites us to live God's love, enact it as a congregation share it in our community and nurture it in our world. As a diverse community we have many ways of living out that mission. Discover some of them here.

Experience Belonging

You are welcome here. We believe you aren’t meant to go through life alone. We need each other. Regardless of what you might hear not all churches are the same. We are a community of straight and queer, young and old, broken and healing, able and challenged, rich and poor. There’s a place for you too.

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Worship and Sunday School
Sundays at 10:30 am

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Contemplation Group

We meet in the Harmony Room every Wednesday, 1:30-3:00 p.m. participants are always welcome, including those who would like to come and just taste the experience.

Tru Ki Lo

Tru Ki Lo - Thursday, November 21 @ 1:00 p.m. (Hallman Room) Our speaker will be Kathie Remley who will tell us about her work, with her husband, about “The Forgotten People” of Kenya, Africa. They go twice a year to build schools and work for the health and welfare of the poorest of the Kenyan tribes. All welcome.

Chancel Choir Rehearsal

The SATB Chancel Choir practices Thursday evenings September to June, beginning at 7:30 pm.

We Are All Treaty People: Dublin’s Fall Public Series

We Are All Treaty People: Dublin’s Fall Public Series We are all treaty people, in Guelph’s case in partnership with Mississaugas of the Credit, under Treaty 3. The Justice and Outreach Committee is organizing this fall’s public speaker series to learn more of local Indigenous history and of our responsibilities under Treaty 3. This three-Thursday evening series runs November 7, 14 and 21 beginning at 7 pm in the Hallman Room.