This Sunday is the Fourth Sunday of Lent, when we also celebrate Mothers’ Day.

There are two services, at 10.00am and Elevate (Café Style) at 11.30am.

Stephen will lead the 10am Service looking at Jesus’ claim, I AM the Light of the World from John 9.

Dianne will lead the Elevate Service, looking at ‘Confidence in the character of God’.

  • Sunday Worship at 10:00am and 11.30am.
  • Ark, Kids Faith and Discussion Group on during the services.
  • Prayer Ministry will be provided at the end of each service.
  • Tuesday Bible Study 8.00 – 9.15pm in the Youth Room.
  • Young Adults Bible Study – Tuesday at 8pm at the McAdoo’s. Contact Kirstie McAdoo for more details.
  • Open Door (Tea/ Coffee, chat and treats) –  Thursday at 10:30am in the Upper Room. 
  • Mums in prayer – Thursday mornings 9:30 – 10:30am in the Youth Room. Contact Linda for more details.
  • Badminton – Thursday at 7pm.
  • Friday Prayer 7.00am – 7.30 on Zoom

Dates for your diary and happenings elsewhere:

  • Daffodil Day at Open Door to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society. Thursday 23 March
  • Meet and Greet for Newcomers – Saturday 25 March for new church attenders.
  • Service of Remembrance – Sunday 26 March 7.00pm Open to all who have been bereaved, remembering in particular those members of our Church community who have died in the past year
  • Irish Methodist Youth and Children – Time for Lent (download of family resources)
  • Egg-citement! – An Easter Adventure. Good Friday 7 April – for families with children aged 0-12 years

More details in the Church Newsletter / Weekly email.

Still Called to Mission?

This Sunday is the World Mission Partnership Sunday which promotes the work of our Methodist partners overseas. 

Rev. Stephen Taylor will lead the services at 10.00am and 11.30am where we will be looking at how Jonah responds to the call to mission (Jonah 3) and Paul’s call to witness (Romans 10). 

There will be an offering taken for the work of the World Mission Partnership.

Christmas Eve Communion 9pm

On Christmas Eve we will have a reflective service with carols, readings and Holy Communion.

Christmas Day Worship at 10:00am

On Christmas Day at 10am, we will have our family service where we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Children are encouraged to bring one small present with them.
An audio recording of this service is on the Church’s YouTube channel, including Youth Pastor Andrew interviewing the children with their new toys.

New Years Day Sunday Worship at 11am

Malachi Friel (Local Preacher) will be leading and preaching on the first Sunday of 2023 at 11am.
A video recording of this service with Jude Barry leading the music is on the Church’s YouTube channel.

This Fairtrade Fortnight, join us in spreading a simple message: Be Fair-Do Sustainable. Choose Fairtrade now and help save our favourite foods as well as farmers livelihoods, and the environment!

Did you know that in Ireland fifteen of the top 20 warmest years on record have occurred since 1990?

In the Tropics near the Equator, where most commodities like coffee, cocoa and bananas grow, ‘the hottest 5% of days are expected to warm by a further 20 percent than on the average day. This increased warming of extreme temperatures will have severe impacts on human health, ecosystems and wildfires across large parts of Africa, Asia and the Americas. (Dr. Michael Byrne, University of St Andrews)

As a result of this and other chaotic climate change impacts, communities growing these crops are being pushed to the brink and cocoa, bananas and coffee products could soon be much more difficult to find on our shelves!