Shoe Box Appeal 2022

Throughout October we at St Molua’s will be collecting shoeboxes for the annual Blythswood Care Christmas appeal. Your kindness and generosity makes such a difference, receiving a shoebox brings so much joy. Things we take for granted are like luxuries to people living in poverty. Blythswood Care hope to be able to deliver boxes toContinue reading “Shoe Box Appeal 2022”

Harvest Thanksgiving @St Molua’s

We will be holding our Harvest Thanksgiving service at 10.30am on Sunday 25th September. In recent years we have cut back on the displays of fresh produce, instead inviting people to bring non-perishable food to donate to Dundonald Foodbank. While all types of non-perishable food are welcome, the Foodbank would particularly welcome the following itemsContinue reading “Harvest Thanksgiving @St Molua’s”

Remembering HM Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

Please see below details of services at St Molua’s and opportunities for remembrance, thanks and reflection over the coming week. Sunday 11th September 10.30am – We will remember and give thanks for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during prayers at our Morning Prayer Service 6.30pm – There will be a Service of Compline 7.00-8.00pm –Continue reading “Remembering HM Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022”

Messy Church postponed

Please note that, in light of current events, the Messy Church Fun Day scheduled for this Sunday 11 September has been postponed until 25 September 2022. We are really excited to join with our friends at Stormont Presbyterian Church for MESSY CHURCH again. Why not come along to the FUN DAY at Stormont Presbyterian ChurchContinue reading “Messy Church postponed”

A statement from Bishop David

A Statement from The Right Revd David McClay, Bishop of Down and Dromore, upon the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  “It is with deep sadness that we in Down and Dromore Diocese express our deepest sympathy to all the members of The Royal Family upon the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.Continue reading “A statement from Bishop David”