We plan to have another used clothing collection in June. If you have any used clothing, bedding, towels, curtains etc we would be very grateful for them. More details to follow.
Thank God for Billy Graham (1918-2018) ‘… and some evangelists …’ Ephesians 4.11 I was just 12 when I went forward at a Billy Graham ‘crusade’. At his prompting, back in 1984, I gave my life to Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour. It have always considered it the best decision I have ever made. […]
Joining with St Jude’s for HOLY WEEK 2018 The week before Easter is one of the most important weeks in the Christian calendar. The story it tells takes us to the person who is at the heart of our faith: Jesus Christ our Lord. This year, from 7:30pm on Monday 26 – Thursday 29 March […]
Dear friends, Saint Patrick’s Remarkable Achievement ‘I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God – this is your true and proper worship. 2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.’ Romans […]
MU is cancelled tonight (1st March) due to the snow.
Dear partners and friends in mission, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Psalm 119:105 We started this year with a week of holiday for we had so much things going on during the holiday and we really needed a week off before this year’s programme starts. Now […]
Why I am still an Evangelical In the final part of this trio of letters for the Breda Messenger I’d like to outline why I am not just an Anglican Christian, but an Anglican Evangelical Christian. Although not particularly en vogue today, there has been a noble tradition of Evangelical belief in the Church […]
We are extending our 10.30am morning service time into January. Early morning communion will be at 9.00am each Sunday. Sunday School will now be from 10.50am-11.45am. Thank you for your continued support and understanding at this challenging time.
Dear Friends Last month I wrote about why I was still a Christian. But why an Anglican Christian? To begin with I was a cradle Anglican, born into a church-going family, my mother being the organist at Holy Trinity Ballylesson. I was baptised, went to Sunday School and was confirmed by the then Bishop of […]
We have been back in Bangor for four months now and despite it being a transition period, it has been mostly positive with lots of support in the local community, our church, family, and friends. We are humbled and grateful. We have enjoyed good weather and been out and about around the North of Ireland. […]