Our Sunday gatherings start at 11:00am. The dress code is casual and the atmosphere is relaxed. There are over 20 nationalities represented in the congregation, so there's always a great mix of life and energy.
From the city-centre, proceed up Dame Street onto High Street, passing Christchurch Cathedral on your right. This leads directly onto Thomas Street and Saint Catherine’s is located 500 meters up the road, on the left-hand side.
Get Here: Public Transport
As Saint Catherine’s is located on the cross-city bus route, it’s adequately served by public transport from both the north and south sides of the city. Buses 123 (Marino – Drimnagh), 13 (City Centre – Grange Castle), and the 40 (Aston Quay – Liffey Valley Shopping Centre) all serve Thomas Street, stopping directly outside the church. Further information is available at the Dublin Bus website.
The Luas light-rail system Red Line (Tallaght – Connolly Station) passes within a 15- minute walk of Saint Catherine’s. The nearest stops are at St. James’ Hospital, The National Museum of Ireland (Collins Barracks), and Smithfield Village. While Collins Barracks and Smithfield are on the north side of the river, they are still within walking distance of the church.
Get Here: By Taxi
There is a taxi rank located in front of the church.
You are welcome in our community! We've set up a Connect Point at the back of the Church for both newcomers and existing members. This is the main place for anyone looking to become part of our church or get better connected. Join a Connect Group, become part of a Team, or speak with a member of staff. Drop by after our Sunday gathering —we’d love to meet you.
At Saint Catherine's, church doesn't just happen on a Sunday morning. We seek to live life together, supporting and encouraging each other as we learn to look more like Jesus. We value discipleship and have developed several ministries offering growth and community connections.