How to Find Us
We meet in Dublin YMCA Building, Aungier Street, Dublin 2 in the city centre. The entrance is to the side of the YMCA '“Community Hub” on Aungier Street, near the junction with Whitefriar Place and York Street, on the south-side of the city. We only meet here on Sundays.
There is free parking on Sundays all day on Aungier Street and on most nearby streets until 2pm, or as street markings allow. Be sure to check street signs as clamping is in operation on surrounding streets on Sundays.
The Q-park Stephen's Green paid parking garage is just 2 blocks away and is a 4/5 minute walk to the YMCA.
Aungier Street is serviced by the following routes: 9, 16, 16A, 83. Bishop Street is serviced by number 15E and 15F. Also any buses going to St. Stephen’s Green or a street close by will leave you within walking distance. Bus times can be found on the following link www.dublinbus.ie
Take the GREEN Luas line and get off at the St. Stephen's Green stop. The YMCA building is two blocks west of the stop, (near the corner of York Street and Aungier Street). A GREEN Luas time table can be found at www.luas.ie
There is a bike lock up right in front of the YMCA if you’d like to cycle. There is also a Dublin bikes station on York Street, 300m from the YMCA.
The Vineyard Centre is located at 35 Avenue Road, rear of Bloomfield Avenue, Portobello, Dublin 8. Our church offices are located here. We use this venue for all gatherings other than Sunday morning.
By Bus: Buses 9, 16, 16a, 122 stop on S.C.R. Other buses that stop within 5 minutes walk are 65X, 65B, 83 (Richmond St. So.) and 49, 49a, 54a (Upper Clanbrassil St.). Bus times can be found here: www.dublinbus.ie
By Luas stop: Harcourt, Green Line
There is limited free parking on Avenue Road. The South Circular Road bus lane has free parking between 10am and noon and again after 7pm everyday. Most everywhere else is pay and display every day until midnight. There is a pay and display machine on the canal end of Bloomfield Avenue. We recommend paying first and then finding a parking spot – it saves walking. We also recommend that you carefully read all parking signs to avoid clamping!