The Harvest Church of Ireland started out in 1857.
It was one of the oldest Protestant churches in the country, founded by Father Charles Mair and his wife Mary.
Now, the church is about to lose its one-and-a-half-storey building in Dublin’s Trinity Quarter, which has been the home of the church for more than 100 years.
The church was built in the 1840s and 1842.
The building has a history dating back to the early days of Ireland’s Protestant past, but its future is unclear.
The Dublin City Council announced plans to demolish the church in February, with the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the same location.
The council has also asked for permission to demolishing a nearby church, the Ballymote Church, as well as the Church at Kildare Road, where a memorial to Mair is to be erected.
The former church was used as a hospital, as a school, as an asylum and for asylum seekers.
The new plan will see the church demolished.
The city council’s decision is expected to be announced this month.
According to the Catholic Herald, there are plans to put the church up for sale, which could cost up to €25m.
The news comes as Irish politicians are trying to find a way to bring back church funding to the country.
Last year, the Irish government allocated €300m to fund the Catholic Church.
In June, Minister for Justice Alan Shatter announced a plan to increase the Church’s income from about €6m a year to €9.5m by 2020.