As well as the beautiful weatherproof butterflies outside, our butterflies formed the backdrop to our Harvest Thanksgiving service on Sunday 27 September. Notice how creative they all are – We wish we could show them all individually! Some have been beautifully coloured (by ALL AGES!) using felt tips and pencils, others using glitter, coloured paper,Continue reading “Butterflies of Hope at St Molua’s”
The Rector refers to the video below in our Harvest Thanksgiving service on Sunday 27 September. Bishop David has asked all churches to post on social media. If you get a chance – check it out! It is the third in a series of four films highlighting crucial areas of mission and ministry in theContinue reading “Called to Ministry”
Join us on Sunday 27 August at 10.30am as we celebrate Harvest …
For all our ‘Sole Mates’ walkers out there – you may be interested in the recent Autumn newsletter from Walk NI available at: https://mailchi.mp/walkni/walkni-autumn-challenge Thanks to Sylvia for sharing with us. Hopefully we will all get a chance to gather again soon. In the meantime – Stay safe and happy walking!
We have started displaying some of our butterflies inside the windows of St Molua’s, looking out. Whilst they are colourful, these are plain… (they’re too far away to read). But there’s still time to get creative! Think about: What has brought you HOPE during this pandemic? Friends, family, church, God, a favourite Bible verse? WRITEContinue reading “Butterflies of Hope”
The Autumn 2020 edition of our parish magazine CONTACT is now available to read or download in the Resources section of the website, along with copies of previous editions from the past year or so. We hope you enjoy reading the various articles and resources. Please feel free to share with your friends!
Dear friends, I hope this finds you well. On Sunday 2nd August we returned to ‘in-church worship’. It has been so lovely to be able to return to worship in the church building, to see our friends face to face (albeit behind masks!) although I am aware for some of us, it has been quiteContinue reading “The Rector writes …”
New Wine Ireland has a vision that, in our generation, we will see churches across Ireland renewed and restored in passion for the Word and Works of God; that we will see individuals and families transformed by meeting Jesus and empowered by his Holy Spirit and this will impact our society; and that Christians willContinue reading “Kingdom Women 2020 Online”
Down and Dromore Youth and Children (DDYC) has launched an exciting competition for September. Butterflies of Hope is an encouragement to the whole church family to send out a message of blessing and hope to the community and beyond. As many of our ministries can connect again with local people face to face the butterfly provides aContinue reading “Butterflies of Hope Competition”
Following the success of the last Diocesan online Alpha Course we’re going again! In these times of continuing uncertainty, why not join us to explore the big questions of life and faith? All from the comfort of your own home. Beginning on Tuesday 29 September at 7.30 pm, Alpha is a series of 12 sessions exploringContinue reading “Alpha Online Course starting September”
‘Don’t miss this moment’ is the theme for Bible Week 2020 in Belfast Cathedral and online. Our speaker over four nights, starting Tuesday 1 September, is Peter Lynas, Evangelical Alliance UK Director. We’re going to explore through scripture, the challenges and opportunities facing the church in this unique moment. Don’t miss this moment and don’tContinue reading “Bible Week begins”