Why not join us this Sunday evening at Café Church @ 6.30pm (in the parish hall) when we will be starting the LICC course ‘Fruitfulness on the Frontline’. Where you are now truly matters to God. We all have an everyday context that’s significant to God, full of people who matter to God. But canContinue reading “Café Church”
Don’t forget that British Summer Time ends on 30 October with the clocks going back one hour at 2.00am on Sunday. This will give us all an extra hour to prepare and get to church in good time for our service of Holy Communion at 10.30am 😊. For those unable to attend, the service willContinue reading “Clocks go Back!”
Another date for your diary not to be missed! Spread the word. Why not invite friends and neighbours to join you for delicious tea/coffee, scones and tray bakes?
The Autumn 2022 edition of the Eco-Congregation Ireland newsletter is now available to view below. You can download (pdf), or print the newsletter out, using the relevant icons at the top right hand corner of the window below (you may need to click on the >> icon to see these options if you are viewingContinue reading “Autumn Newsletter”
St Molua’s had planned to hold a Flower Festival in 2020 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of our Parish here at Stormont. While unfortunately, Covid put a stop to those plans, we are now enthusiastically making arrangements for a festival next year running from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st May 2023. Everyone is welcome, soContinue reading “Dates for your diary!”
Don’t forget that throughout October we at St Molua’s are collecting shoeboxes for the annual Blythswood Care Christmas appeal. Thank you to those who have already contributed. Your kindness and generosity makes such a difference, receiving a filled shoebox brings so much joy. Things we take for granted are like luxuries to people living inContinue reading “Shoe Box Appeal 2022”
Don’t forget that our next ‘Sole Mates’ walking group outing will be this Saturday 15 October 2022. We will be ‘keeping it local’ this time and exploring the many excellent trails around the Stormont Estate, just across the road from the church. These provide a wide range of walks and points of interest for allContinue reading “Walking Group”
A reminder that the next meeting of the Ladies Guild will be held at 2.30pm on Thursday 13 October in the Minor Hall when the guest speaker will be former civil servant Valerie Steele as she recalls Royal Memories. Everyone welcome. For more information about the Ladies Guild, and their programme for 2022/23, please seeContinue reading “Ladies Guild @ St Molua’s”
Don’t forget, Messy Church is today from 4.00-6.00pm in the Parish Hall. A great way to spend a wet Sunday afternoon . Everyone welcome! We had a great time last month at the Messy Church ‘Family Fun Day’ at Stormont Presbyterian – and we’re delighted to be hosting our first Messy Church in a while….Continue reading “Messy Church is back!”
A reminder that you can save your bread and crisp packets that can’t currently be recycled in household blue bins. Please bring them to church, place them in the plastic boxes in the porch, and our Eco group will recycle them for you via Terracycle East Belfast. Thank you.
Don’t forget – Zumba with Gill runs in St Molua’s church hall on Monday and Thursday evenings – also a NEW Total Tone class on Thursday evenings Fitness Classes with a great community vibe. You’re all welcome. Gill For more information see http://www.facebook.com/GillZumbafitness/
A special thank you to all who donated extra items for the Foodbank during our recent Harvest Thanksgiving Service. 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 DundonaldContinue reading “Update …”