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.
Tag Archives | April
Since 2003 we have been supporting our sister church CCAP in Malawi by supplying educational and health materials. Donations of educational and health supplies can be left on the table outside Trinity Hall anytime up until Sunday 15 May. Cash donations to be received by this same Sunday. Please put in a marked envelope with either […]
Everyone welcome at ‘Service of Thanksgiving and Praise’ which is being held at the Storehouse on Monday 18th April at 7.30 pm. (Please wrap up warm!) This event gives us the opportunity to gather together to express our thanks to our Heavenly Father for all the blessings he has bestowed on us.
The Afternoon PW have arranged a lunch on Tuesday 12 April at 1.00pm in the Rambling Rose restaurant, Cootehall Road. All ladies of the congregation would be very welcome to join us. For full details, please contact Ruby Hunter Tel. 9146 0477.
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.
The C.A.M.E.O. GROUP Annual Afternoon Tea is planned D.V. for Saturday 16th APRIL in Trinity Hall from 2.30p.m. right through to 4.30p.m. when the guest this year is Rev. Mark Spratt who will present “LOOK AT THE WORLD” in Scripture and Song. Next Sunday detailed leaflets will be available when you are asked to fill these in and […]
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– […]
Thanks to all who supported the the ASDA COMMUNITY PROJECT AWARD, we did indeed come out on top, WELL DONE. Each project was guaranteed a payment of £50 and the one which has the most tokens will receive £200. Leslie Brant also raised £112 arranging customers’ flowers in Asda for Mother’s Day. Many thanks to both Leslie […]