Prayer for Ukraine

Bishop David has issued the following statement asking for continued prayer for Ukraine: “We have all been shocked and saddened by the images coming from Ukraine these past days. We continue to pray for the people of Ukraine, especially those being displaced from their homes, those who have been injured or who have lost lovedContinue reading “Prayer for Ukraine”

Covid-19 restrictions update

With the recent easing of Covid-19 restrictions, there are some new updates for us here at St Molua’s. We recognise that the transmission rates are still high, therefore we must continue to do everything we can to keep everyone as safe as possible when in our buildings. Thank you for your continued support. Covid symptomsContinue reading “Covid-19 restrictions update”

Bishop David takes ‘A fresh Luke’

Following the success of last year’s series, Bishop David has filmed forty devotionals for Lent that take a fresh look at the Gospel of Luke and the lessons that will shape our living. He says: “Living lives of fruitfulness and fullness requires us to discover what following Jesus looks like and what loving Jesus meansContinue reading “Bishop David takes ‘A fresh Luke’”

Pray for Afghanistan

Our prayers are requested for The Right Revd Dr Azad Marshall and for Christians in Afghanistan.  Azad Marshall spoke via video at our Diocesan Synod Holy Communion Service in June 2021. He is a Pakistani bishop, currently serving, since May 2021, as the Moderator Bishop of the Church of Pakistan.  Pakistan is number eight on the World WatchContinue reading “Pray for Afghanistan”

A message to the members of the Church of Ireland

The Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd John McDowell, and the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, have issued the following message of thanks and encouragement to all members of the Church of Ireland following the announcements of the easing of Covid–19 restrictions: “We write with great thankfulness to God and heartfeltContinue reading “A message to the members of the Church of Ireland”

Register of Vestry Members

A reminder that the annual review of the Register of Vestry Members will be held at a meeting of the Select Vestry on Monday 21st February 2022.  This review meeting will be at 8.00pm in the Minor Hall, St Molua’s Church. The current register is available for inspection. Any person wishing to be registered as a resident orContinue reading “Register of Vestry Members”

St Patrick’s Day

The Diocese of Down and Dromore is delighted to announce that Simon Guillebaud will speak on the theme, Radical Discipleship, Radical Mission at the St Patrick’s Day Festival Service on Thursday 17 March.  Simon is the founder and International Director of the Great Lakes Outreach which is working to bring transformation to the people of Burundi in Central Africa.Continue reading “St Patrick’s Day”

CAP update

Christians Against Poverty is one of the charities which the people of St Molua’s support as part of our Christian outreach. (See our Charity and Community page for details of others.) Lagan Area Deanery renews support for CAP Debt Centre Heather Purdy (pictured above) General Manager, Willowfield Parish Community Association has recently reported: “At theContinue reading “CAP update”

Don’t forget …

Along with other churches in the area, St Molua’s acts as a collection point for parishioners and friends to donate non-perishable foodstuff and basic household necessities which are then taken to the Foodbank in nearby Dundonald village. In January 2022, Dundonald Foodbank distributed 65 packs to feed 198 people with 1982 meals. At this timeContinue reading “Don’t forget …”