To know Jesus and make him known by sharing and showing his love” Please remember our outreach team in prayer. As we run children’s clubs, engage in street outreach and pastoral visitation please pray that God would work through us for His Glory  Click here  for the Prayer Card    

The following members have been elected to serve as the congregational committee: Laura Boyle, Alan Crozier, Wima Crozier, Ernie McGuffin, Florence Knox, Elizabeth Quinn, Charlotte Salisbury, Stewart Smyth Please pray for the new committee!

Runs from the 4th -8th June 2018 All welcome to attend   See the breakdown sheet for more information   general assembly agenda

Please check the list in the vestibule If the list is correct members will have two Sundays to cast their voting papers : 20th and 27th May. With a view to the new committee being announced on the 3rd June

Would you like to provide flowers for our services? Please sign the rota in the vestibule.

Notes are available- sign the sheet in the vestibule

Please remember to use your dedicated envelop to contribute to the United Appeal this Easter- Presbyterians doing together what can’t be done apart!

Join us for a series of short services looking at the wonder and significance of the events of Holy Week. Come and share with us as we wait upon the Lord with praise, prayer and reflection at this special time of the church year.  

On Thursday 2nd Feb we along with Rostrevor Presbyterian church shared in our church dinner at the Whistledown Hotel. This year it took the form of a murder mystery! Photos- 1.the suspects!  2. Mrs. Lesley McKenzie presents the general manger with flowers as a thank you, also pictured is Rev. Edward McKenzie.

Namibia Night!- Sunday Night Social We were exited to welcome a good crowd to our special evening event where members of the summer mission team to Namibia shared their experiences. Sharing afterwards in a Namibia themed supper!

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Great news - we are open again! Following government instructions, we had to shut our doors way back in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the government gave churches the go ahead to reopen in July and after careful consideration and planning we were delighted to reopen on Sunday 12th July.