As you make plans over the coming weeks for your Christmas celebrations, don’t lose sight of the true reason for the season by including the various Advent and Christmas services at St Molua’s in your diaries and ‘to do’ lists. These are set out below for your convenience. Please feel free to invite other familyContinue reading “Dates for your diaries”
Not long to go now – As promised, more info about Muddy Church on Sunday 12 December. See you there!
Some time ago, we posted a link to a survey conducted by MindMattersCOI – the Church of Ireland Mental Health Promotion Project. Some initial results following the survey are listed on the link below. Could YOU be a mental health champion? https://www.ireland.anglican.org/news/11069/mindmatterscoi-our-next-steps?
Last Sunday was ‘Stir-up Sunday’ when traditionally people stir up their Christmas pudding in preparation for the coming festivities. It’s a centuries-old annual tradition which falls on the last Sunday before Advent. As well as the puddings, let’s take this opportunity to stir up our politicians. Christian Aid is part of the Climate Coalition andContinue reading “Stirring Words!”
You’re warmly invited to join with others from across the diocese for an evening of contemporary worship and prayer on Tuesday 30 November from 7.30-9.30pm in Dromore Cathedral. Please book in at this link: https://bit.ly/3DG2rQ7
The following video was shown during our Morning Worship service on Sunday 21 November. Who will you invite to join you on the Alpha Course starting at St Molua’s on Sunday 23 January 2022? Further information will be published on our website over the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can find out more aboutContinue reading “Who will you invite?”
Film 3 – Mojtaba Hosseini in conversation with Bishop David McClay (part 2). Where did Mojtaba Hosseini find the courage to endure interrogation and imprisonment in Iran? The testimony of persecuted Christians has something vital to say to the Church. Film 2 – Mojtaba Hosseini, a Christian who was imprisoned for leading an undergroundContinue reading “Mojtaba’s Story”
Save the date – MUDDY CHURCH is back in December! We had a fabulous time with our friends from Stormont Presbyterian Church in September at our first Muddy Church. The team from Stormont Presbyterian are leading us this time on our Muddy Church ADVENTure. Starting at St Molua’s Church, you are invited to follow aContinue reading “Muddy Church is back”
Introducing the Lectio for Families app that helps parents, carers and their children focus on and follow Jesus together every day. There are daily Bible readings, a weekly memory verse, engaging questions to pause and talk about together, and prompts for reflection and prayer. Download the app ready for when daily devotions start on MondayContinue reading “Lectio”
Join us this Sunday at 10.30am for our service of Morning Worship with an Act of Remembrance. Our guest preacher is Matthew Gault, Tullycarnet Church Plant Leader. Everyone welcome.
If anyone from St Molua’s would be interested in helping with our social media, this may be worth signing up to: Diocese of Down and Dromore We’re delighted that the National Churches Trust will be offering a FREE online event looking at social media for churches at 11.00am on Wednesday 17 November. The keynote speakerContinue reading “Social Media”
Coming 18 November 2021– three films featuring the inspiring testimony of Iranian Christian, Motjaba Hosseini. From the Diocese of Down and Dromore in association with Open Doors UK & Ireland.
Please ‘take five’ while we tell you about five wonderful Christian Aid Ireland activists who will shortly head off to Glasgow to join huge street demonstrations planned for Saturday to coincide with the UN climate conference, #COP26. Tens of thousands are expected to fill the streets of the Scottish city demanding that political leaders tackleContinue reading “Christian Aid – COP26”
Starting Tuesday 2nd November at 8.00pm in St Molua’s Church, a monthly Healing Service with The Church’s Ministry of Healing. Everyone welcome. [Covid guidelines still apply.]
Don’t forget that British Summer Time ends on 31 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 Morning Worship at 10.30am 😊. For those unable to attend, the service will be recorded andContinue reading “Clocks go Back!”