Welcome and Announcements

Prayer

As The Deer

Children’s Talk: Carolyn

Every Blade Of Grass

(Boys and Girls Leave for ChurchZone, Bubbles etc)

Bible Reading:

Prayer of Intercession

Sermon: Philip Robinson

There is A Higher Throne

Benediction

We welcome everyone to our service today especially our guest speaker Philip Robinson. Rev Boyd is attending the baptism of his grandson in Ballygawley.

Announcements:

Today: 6.30 pm Monthly service of praise and thanksgiving

Monday: 7.00 pm Campaigners (Eagles & Junos)

Tuesday: 8.00 pm Discipleship Class in the Tullynamullan Room. Please complete next study in your book.

8.00 PW meeting to make craft items for Joye to take to Romania with SMILES. All ladies welcome. No craft skills required.

Wednesday: 10.00 Kells Tots

8.00 pm Joint Midweek in Church Hall 

Thursday: 10.00 am Ladies Bible Study.

7.00 pm Christian Endeavour

8.00 pm Discipleship Class in the Tullynamullan Room. Please complete next study in your book.

Sunday: 10.45 am SundayZone and Bible Class

12 noon Morning Service: Rev Alastair McCracken

11.55 am Live Streamed service

6.30 pm Zoom Prayer Meeting 

Meeting ID: 822 681 1808
Passcode: 9emigx

Forthcoming Events

Tuesday 8th March at 8 pm PW meeting to make craft items for Joye to take to Romania with SMILES. All ladies welcome. No craft skills required.

Sunday 13th March is Presbytery Exchange Sunday. Rev Alastair McCracken of Cloughwater will be with us and Rev Boyd will be in Cloughwater.

Ballymena Presbytery’s Mission in Ireland Evening will be held on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm in First Ahoghill. Rhona and Karen from Westport, Mayo will give a video update on their work and Rev David Clarke minister of Sligo will be the main speaker. 

Additional Announcements

The Moderator of the General Assembly has announced a special appeal to help Ukrainian refugees. With that urgent need in mind the loose offering next Sunday will go to this vital appeal.

Covid requirements:

  1. Please remember to apply Hand sanitiser on entering and leaving.. Hand shaking is still not permitted.
  2. Windows and doors must still be kept open to provide ventilation for all meetings.
  3. Face coverings are to be worn when entering and leaving our buildings, when moving around and when singing.  They may be removed when seated at services and other meetings.  However, if you prefer to keep wearing a mask throughout a service or a meeting please feel totally free to do so. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible in our buildings.

We are hopeful that in the course of the weeks ahead the remaining restrictions will be further relaxed.

We are planning to hold more conventional Evening services on the 3rd Sunday of March, April and May. These will be in addition to our praise and thanksgiving times held on the 1st Sunday of each month.

The Annual Ladies Breakfast will be held on Saturday 26th March at 9.30 am in the Church hall. The speaker will be Marion Reid and the theme “Alone But Not Alone”.  Spaces are strictly limited to 50 ladies and will be allocated on a first come first served basis with priority given to our own ladies. Price is £9 and names with money should be with Joye Carson asap.

A Ministry Taster Day will be held in Union Theological College on Saturday 26th March from 10.30 to 1 pm. If you are feeling that God might be calling you in ministry you are invited to attend. Please register by emailing a.eustace@union.ac.uk.