Thursday Club regulars enjoyed a bus run to the Ards Peninsula on Saturday 14th May which included an impressive visit to Donaghadee Parish Church.
Dr Alan McIlhenny gave us a moving pictorial presentation to convey the work of Open Schools World Wide in providing free schooling to the many ‘unregistered’ Children in Africa. He is pictured here with one of their Lap Desks which has a blackboard on the reverse. £40 will pay for 3 years basic schooling for oneContinue reading “MU March Meeting”
Whodunnit?? On Saturday, 6th June we found out…… at our Afternoon Tea Murder Mystery, in aid of Christians Against Poverty and Church funds. An able cast of willing volunteers were on stage ‘in character’ as various suspects for the murder of the local Rector! Don’t worry – Bill is alive and well! It was allContinue reading “Afternoon Tea Murder Mystery”
A very big thank you to all who supported this event on Saturday 11th April. It was a day when everyone came together to enjoy the fun with games for the children and of course the introduction of Luke and friends into the church family. The variety and excellent standard of the crafts, the bakingContinue reading “Craft & Produce Fair with Hog Roast”
Thank you to all who supported the lunch on Palm Sunday and especially to those who provided all the food which meant that the total sum raised was £548 plus gift aid. This will be added to the Lent project “smartie box” appeal.
Knockbreda Pantomime – 6th and 7th February 2015 After Christmas can be a bit of an anti-climax, with dark January mornings pulling us down. This year, our January was packed full of rehearsals of such classics as ‘Reach for the Stars’ and ‘Dancing Queen’! Why? Because we were rehearsing for the Knockbreda Parish Pantomime, ‘SleepingContinue reading “Pantomine Review by Claire Press”
A big Thank You to all who so generously provided items for CAP Christmas Hampers or donated to the Fuel Fund. Three car loads were brought to St Finian’s where a busy team sorted the items and prepared the Hampers for delivery.
At their December meeting Members of the Mothers’ Union provided gifts for Christian Against Poverty Christmas Hampers and enjoyed ‘quizzing’, ‘crafting’ and festive readings topped off with a lovely supper.