Summer is coming and change to Sunday morning service time

We are going to trial over June, July and August an earlier start to our Sunday morning service. Start will be 10:30 am. We hope this will encourage more families to attend Church in the Summer months  when there is no Sunday School. Please let friends and family know about...

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MUG’s Game

MUG (Man Up Group) held their final event of the year at the church hall, with a test of skill at archery, followed by that traditional way to round off any event – a barbecue.  A great time was had by all.  MUG was started in January, and is a...

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Bowls Over

The Bowling Club recently had their end-of-year dinner and prize-giving in the church hall. The club finished second in the league this year, a creditable result for a club that makes sure everybody who wants to gets to play in league matches, and not just the top players. For this...

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Launch of Gafcon Ireland

Saturday was a very important day with the launch of Gafcon Ireland. You can see the video streams from the event at the links below. Welcome and Vaughan Roberts opening the book of Titus session one Archbishop Greg Venables Session 2 Peter Jensen, former Archbishop of Sydney Session 3 Vaughan...

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Palm Sunday Breakfast

Anyone who came along to our Palm Sunday breakfast with Sunday School yesterday enjoyed a hearty breakfast as well as an important update on the work of ORE. Am amazing £460 was raised. The children and adults were also treated to a special guest….a little lamb…… to remind us of...

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Read All About It!

Spring 2018 Our spring newsletter is now available and paper versions will be delivered over the next few days.  In it you will find updates on our various organisations as well as information about services over Easter.  If you can’t wait for your copy to drop through the letterbox –...

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The road to Maichew. . . Tigray, Ethiopia – Shannon’s story

Ballinderry parishioner Shannon Boyd is a 21-year-old student whose voluntary work for Operation Rescue, a charity in Northern Ethiopia, has resulted in land being secured for a vital new centre for children. The land is in a remote city named Maichew. Shannon has just returned from a visit to Maichew...

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Latest news from Crosslinks partners Gerald and Louise in Kenya

  Please find below the link to the latest newsletter from Gerald and Louise Mwangi Feb 2018 PRAYER POINTS Praise: Our new team of Transformers having arrived. Having young people from all over the country, not just Nairobi. A very pleasant atmosphere amongst the group and an eagerness to learn...

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