07 January 2021 - Following advice from the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Advisor, and in consultation with the Executive Office, the four northern bishops of the Church of Ireland have decided that all public gatherings for corporate worship and all other in-person church activities should move online, until Saturday 6th February, subject to a review in late January.
Therefore, in light of the current serious and worsening situation and in line with clear public health advice we ask that you would stay at home and participate in our services online. Starting this Sunday (10th January) both our Morning Service (10.30am) and TASTE (6.30pm) will be streamed via our YouTube channel. If you know anybody who does not have access to our online services, and who might like a DVD, then please let us know.
Sunday Morning - 10:30am
Whether you come on your own or with your family you will be made very welcome at our 10.30am service. The service usually lasts for about 1 hour 10 minutes with the aim of helping each other move forward in knowing and serving the Lord Jesus Christ. There is tea/coffee and refreshments served after each service, which is a great opportunity to meet and talk with new people. A crèche is also available every Sunday for your little ones, and during term time there are a variety of Sunday School Programmes available - click here for information.
TASTE - 6:30pm
TASTE meets on Sunday evenings and is an informal and relaxed way to explore what the Bible says about faith and life. TASTE starts with supper, some music and is followed by a Bible talk. People from all ages are welcome. The ‘official’ programme finishes at approx 7:20pm, allowing young families to head home, but everyone is welcome to stay on and enjoy more fellowship.
Friendship | Food | Faith
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."
Matthew 28 v 19 - 20
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