We gather each Sunday morning at 11 am to worship the God of heaven and earth, made known to us by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. 

"Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things;
    let this be known to all the world.”

Isaiah 12:5 (NIV)

Worshipping Online

Please note: Due to COVID-19, we are currently worshipping online and at home only. 

Worship is posted by 10am Sunday morning in the following places: 

Our Blog



As a podcast

It's also distributed by email via our prayer chain. 

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Outdoor Worship

"Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things;
    let this be known to all the world.”

Isaiah 12:5 (NIV)

Worshipping Online

The service will be live-streamed on our youtube channel, starting just before 11 am.

In-Person Worship

In light of new COVID-19 guidelines, worship at NDPC is changing. 


  • As of Sunday, May 23rd, masks in worship will be optional. We encourage those who are unvaccinated or those who prefer to wear masks to continue to do so. 


  • Worship outdoors in the beauty of God's creation has been popular with our congregation for reasons other than COVID safety, so we will continue to hold worship outdoors every 1st Sunday of the month during the summer, weather permitting.  


  • Beginning May 30th, worship services on 2nd-5th Sundays will be held primarily indoors. All doors and windows in the sanctuary will be open, and window fans will be fitted in the windows of the Shepherd’s Room to facilitate air circulation. If there are people who prefer to worship from outdoors, please let us know. Accommodation will be provided. 


  • With social distancing guidelines having been lifted on May 28th, social distancing during worship will now be optional. Part of the sanctuary will be set aside for those who wish to continue with this practice. 


  • Cleaning and disinfection policies will be carried out in accordance with state and CDC guidelines.


  • The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper and the giving of the offering will continue as they were practiced outdoors for now. The elements will be pre-packaged, and offering boxes will be placed at each sanctuary door. 


If you have thoughts or concerns, we welcome your feedback. You are invited to share them with Pastor Sara Jane at

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Christian Education: 10 am, in the Fellowship Hall downstairs.

Worship Service: 11 am

Frequently asked questions

What should I wear?

Attire ranges from casual to typical "Sunday morning best." Please come dressed in whatever style best enables you to worship.

Where can I park?

There is plenty of parking in the lot beside the church.

What will my kids do?

Your children are welcome to remain with you throughout the service, if you like. We also offer a nursery for very young children, as well as a Montessori-style "Worship and Wonder" service for school-aged children 6th grade and younger.

May I take communion at New Dublin?

We invite all who trust in Jesus to join us at his table.

How will I know what to do in the service?

When you come in the door there will be greeters there to meet and welcome you with a bulletin. The bulletin will guide you through the service. An asterisk beside a portion means that you are invited to stand, if you are able, and bolded text indicates that the congregation will read aloud in unison. Feel free to look at the sample bulletin attached to this page to see what a typical service is like!

How do I find the church?

The Church address is 5331 New Dublin Church Rd, Dublin, VA 24084. This road can also show up as State Rd 797. We have provided a interactive map on the Contact page of this website to help you pinpoint where we are. When you come off the highway, you will go past a dozen or so homes and down a hill. Follow the road that leads along the edge of the field. When it forks keep to the right. You'll find us at the end of the road!

Where is the church entrance?

If you are attending the 10am Sunday School, please enter through the office door - it is the door facing back down the road you came up and has a disability ramp leading up to it. For the 11am service, both doors will be unlocked with the main door manned by greeters waiting to help you. The main door to the sanctuary is on the east-facing side of the building facing the playground.

Do I need to bring my own Bible?

We have bibles available in the pews, but you are more than welcome to bring your own, or simply to listen as the scripture is read aloud.

Is the church handicap accessible?

Yes. There are designated handicap parking spaces and we have a ramp on the west side of the church for easy access into the building, as well as an elevator for accessing the lower levels of the church.

I have more questions

Feel free to get our contact information from the contact page, we'd be happy to answer anything else you need to know!

Do you livestream services?

Yes, we livestream to our youtube channel and usually start just before 11 am.