Bishop David has written to every parish in the diocese and asked them to give generously towards the relief of suffering in Lebanon following the massive explosion in Beirut. The terrible images of the explosion evoked for him, very personal memories of his visit to the country a few years ago as a guest ofContinue reading “Bishop opens Diocesan Lebanon Appeal”
Since re-opening for public worship at the begining of August, we have continued to advise the use of face masks for services at St Molua’s. We have now received further advice from our church leaders that, in order to protect one another, you should wear a mask when in the church buildings (unless you areContinue reading “Face coverings in churches”
On Sunday 16 August 2020, and for the first time in at least 800 years, Nendrum Ancient Monastic site was the setting for a service of ordination. The Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Revd David McClay, ordained two presbyters for ordained local ministry – Revd Rory Blake-Knox for Moneyreagh Community Church and Revd Stephen Doherty for GlenContinue reading “Historic ordinations at Nendrum Monastic Site”
Some great activities for children from the Church of Ireland Children’s Ministry Network and Together@Home – enjoy!