Register of Vestry Members

The Register of General Vestry Members at St Molua’s is now open for review and is available for inspection upon request. Those whose names appear on the register are eligible to vote at the Annual Easter Vestry Meeting and are eligible to be nominated and elected to the Select Vestry, subject to their consent. InformationContinue reading “Register of Vestry Members”

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally observed from the 18th to the 25th January. This year resources have been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland and are available to download from: This coming Sunday (24th January) we will be joining with our Christian brothers and sisters across theContinue reading “Week of Prayer for Christian Unity”

Bishop David writes at critical point in pandemic

As the four main denominations move their worship online at this critical point in the pandemic, Bishop David writes to the diocese.   Dear Friends, These past days we have witnessed our nation gripped by fear and at times confusion as political leaders and others seek to deal with a pandemic that continues to put theContinue reading “Bishop David writes at critical point in pandemic”

The Rector Writes … a Christmas Message

Dear friends, I hope you have managed to join with us online (or by phone) at our services week by week. I wonder if you were struck (as I was) by one particular carol at our Service of Lessons and Carols on Sunday 20th December (still available to watch on our website!)  Judith sang aContinue reading “The Rector Writes … a Christmas Message”

Black Santa is on the steps!

Belfast’s Black Santa, Dean Stephen Forde, is on the steps of Belfast Cathedral ready to receive in–person donations from the city’s generous public. The Dean was joined for his first shift this morning by the Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Revd David McClay, and the Bishop of Connor, the Rt Revd George Davison. Continue reading “Black Santa is on the steps!”