Overnight Retreat 27-28 May Last day for booking – Sunday 24 April To book a place put your name on the sheet in the vestibule or at the Coffee Bar and give a deposit of £10 to David or Doris McIlwrath or to Julie.
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There is a temporary display in the prayer room at the back of the church about the work of our full-time mission workers as well as our summer youth teams. Take a look at the display and use it to support their work with your prayer.
E3 Schools’ Prayer Meeting – Monday 4 April in St. Andrew’s at 10am. Rachel Kirker’s Prayer News for April available in Vestibule on Sunday 3 April.
100 Days Magazine 100: Our Story of Healing, Honour and Hope is a collection of interviews and articles reflecting on the hundred years since the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme and looking forward to a hope-filled story for the next one hundred years. The magazine includes interviews with the First Minister and […]
27 – 28 May 2016 Please put your name on the sheet in the vestibule or Coffee Bar and give a deposit of £10 to David or Doris McIlwrath or Julie in the office. Plan to come and enjoy time for personal space, fellowship and reflection. Information sheets available.
Prayer Room in First Bangor will be available for Trinity to use on Tuesday 22 March, 8am – 10pm.
Speaker: Neil Hudson, Imagine Project Director with the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and author of Imagine Church, in First Bangor. Monday, 21 Mar for Ministers Tuesday, 22 Mar –Streetreach – Kilcooley Senior Lunch, 1pm – Envisioning and discussion with those who are retired Evening, 7.30pm – an evening with key Leaders Wednesday, 23 Mar– […]
SAVE THE DATE 27 – 28 May 2016 A residential retreat for the Church at Drumalis Retreat Centre, Larne. Plan to come and enjoy time for personal space, fellowship and reflection.
Monday 7 March at 10.00am in St. Andrew’s Pres. Church Hall.
This will be a very informal, do-it-your-own-way affair. Meet 3pm in Coffee Bar. Some may head out (singly or in pairs, or in 3s) to walk around Bangor, praying as they go (silently or aloud) for people in the town. (This walking and praying could even be combined with Christmas shopping, praying for folk we buy from, […]