We are a very normal group of people. We make mistakes, we have disappointments and we experience pain and loss. Together we try to support and care for one another with God’s help and God’s grace. Our door, the door to our church family, is always open. It is open to everyone, no terms and no conditions.
Perhaps we’ll see you and your family at some stage. You will be most welcome.
In light of new restrictions set by NI Executive and guidance from PCI please note the following new arrangements for gathered worship:
Wednesday (25th Nov; 2nd; Dec 9th Dec; 16th Dec 23rd Dec 30th Dec) There will be NO SERVICES on WEDNESDAY EVENINGS for the remainder of 2020
Sunday (29th Nov and 6th Dec and 27th Dec) There will be NO SERVICE on these three dates. The first two fall within the lockdown period set by NI Executive and third is due to prior decision to have a service on 25th and therefore insufficient time to prepare the building for 27th
Sunday (13th Dec; 20th Dec and 3rd Jan) Services WILL TAKE PLACE at 11am
Current Series: 'Known' unpacking Psalm 139
We are now able to resume collection of donations for Storehouse. Your donations can be left in the vestibule of the church on Wednesday evening and Sunday morning as you arrive for the services. Baskets will be clearly marked. Donations will be left for 72 hrs before they are prepared for collection by Storehouse. You can also leave donations on a Wednesday morning between 10am and 12noon. Please use the green boxes marked Storehouse which you will find outside the foyer door near the post box.
If you have any questions please contact Edna in the Church Office.
Christmas Hamper Appeal
This year again we will be donating to Storehouse's Christmas hamper appeal and the specific item we have been asked to collect is bottles of Shloer. As well as the collection arrangements above a 'drive through arrangement' in the church car park where someone will receive your donations will be available on Wed 2nd & Thurs 3rd Dec - 10:00 - 11:00am.
BCM Christmas Appeal
Normally at this time of year Belfast City Mission launch their annual “Toy Appeal” to Churches across the province. Due to current restrictions and safety issues BCM are not in a position to accept toys this year. In light of this, BCM are suggesting alternative donations of selection boxes. If you still wish to give to the invaluable work of BCM arrangements for bringing your donations are as for Storehouse noted above.
Final date for accepting donations for both Storehouse & BCM will be Sunday 13th December