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 2023 the Foodbank distributed 128 packs to feed 419 people with 3,771 meals. At this timeContinue reading “Update …”
It has been brought to our attention that a man has been going around doors in the Stormont / Dundonald area claiming to be collecting for St Molua’s Church Flower Festival which is being held in May. He was carrying copies of the festival advertising leaflet and ‘gift aid’ envelopes. He has also been knownContinue reading “Beware – collection scam”
The Winter 2023 edition of Church Planting News focuses on how church plants are seeking to achieve two of the aims of Bishop David’s 10–year vision – to be places of spiritual growth and communities which raise up new leaders. We have reports from Killicomaine, Dundrum, The Gathering and Tullycarnet, plus an update on the Killough OutreachContinue reading “Church Planting News”
The 4 Corners Festival seeks to inspire people from across the city to transform it for the peace and wellbeing of all. It consists of innovative events designed to entice people out of their own ‘corners’ of the city and into new places where they will encounter new perspectives, new ideas, and new friends. CheckContinue reading “4 Corners 2023”
Tullycarnet Church are starting The Prayer Course on Wednesday 1st February – if you missed this great resource at St Molua’s a few years ago, they have kindly extended an open invitation – everyone welcome! Meeting in the Minor Hall at St Molua’s on Wednesdays at 7.30pm.
Following the growing success of the choir during 2022, we are delighted to resume our weekly get-togethers from Wednesday 25 January 2023. Singing in a choir boosts your confidence, exercises your brain and body and it also relieves strain and stress – it is great fun – so why don’t you come along and giveContinue reading “Come and join us!”
A reminder that you can join us fortnightly, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, as we delve into God’s Word together in a relaxed, informal format. Everyone welcome. Our next session is on Tuesday 24 January at 7.30pm in the Minor Hall.
Join us at St Molua’s on Sunday morning at 10.30am for a Service of Morning Prayer. There is no evening service in St Molua’s on Sunday, as we join with neighbouring churches in the Belmont area to mark The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity at a service in St Colmcilles, Ballyhackamore, at 7.00pm –Continue reading “Sunday 22 January”
You maybe interested in some of these training opportunities – take a look at what’s coming up. The diocese is committed to resourcing the local church by training leaders, lay and ordained, and by encouraging every member ministry. Coming up in January and February Diocesan Bible Course Module 3 The 3rd module of the courseContinue reading “Training opportunities”
Please note that the annual review of the Register of Vestry Members will be held at a meeting of the Select Vestry on Monday 20th February 2023. 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”
Following the success of our first ‘SOUPer SATURDAY’ on 14 January, further dates for your diary have been confirmed for the coming months. Everyone welcome!
Café Church @ St Molua’s resumes at 6.30pm on Sunday 15 January in the Parish Hall after our Christmas and New Year break. Here’s our programme for the next term We’re currently working our way through ‘Fruitfulness on the Frontline’, and in March we’ll be starting The Lectio Course from 24-7 Prayer. We really enjoyedContinue reading “Café Church is back!”
What a wonderful evening of stunning music from The Ulster Consort last night as they opened their 2023 season in St Molua’s Church with the music of Arvo Pärt. Please do follow the link below to see their programme for the year ahead. I am delighted to share the launch of the Ulster Consort’s firstContinue reading “The Ulster Consort 2023”
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 December 2022 the Foodbank distributed 195 packs to feed 653 people with 5,877 meals. At this timeContinue reading “Update …”
Happy Birthday Tullycarnet Church from all at St Molua’s Church! Wishing you God’s richest blessings for 2023