Sunday 15th March
11.00am Morning Worship Church Vision Sunday. Rev David Brice
7.00pm Evening Worship Song Cafe and baptism of Anthony Gibson Rev David Brice
Stated meeting of Kirk Session Tuesday 17th March at 7.30pm in the Burney Room. (Copies of minutes available in Minister’s Room for those who do not receive them by email.)
Mid-week BIBLE STUDY: Wednesday 18th March at 7.30pm in the Burney Room with Rev David Brice Series: “All the Difference in the world. (5) ” Studies in 1st Peter.
PW Dinner is on Monday 16th March 2015 in Carrickfergus Golf Club. Please be at the Golf Club for 7.15pm. Contact Dorothy Marshall if you need a lift.
THURSDAY TOGETHER: Molly Grattan will be our guest speaker this week and she will be telling the story of The Creation by way of slides and powerpoint. We meet as usual in the Burney Room at 2.30pm.
TIME OUT 4 U: A very big THANK YOU to all who helped. We ended with 12 mum’s attending and 13 children with all the mums speaking positively about it. All three mornings were inspirational, thank especially to our 3 speakers which included our own Rita Allen and Valerie Raphael.
April Newsletter: All items for the church newsletter must be with Frank Murray by today. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 028 9083 2944
24/7 PRAYER WEEKEND: 27th—29th March. Sign up sheet is now on sign up desk.
POWERPOINT ROTA: We are in need of two additional volunteers for the Powerpoint rota for Sunday evenings, this would involve a commitment of 1 Sunday evening every two months. Initial training if required would be given during Sunday morning services. If interested please see Alan Thomson or contact the Church office.
VOICE OF HOPE: Free bible reading notes are available from Mosaic. Please take a copy.
ST PATRICK’S DAY: the annual FESTIVAL SERVICE for St Patrick’s Day will take place on Tuesday 17th March at 11.30am in DOWN CATHEDRAL (Downpatrick). The service is always creative and geared for all ages. This year the preacher is the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. The service is followed by Irish stew and apple pie in the marquee adjoining the cathedral. There is no charge for the food, but we need to know numbers for catering purposes. We could go as a group, leaving Glengormley Presbyterian Church at 9.45am and getting back at about 3.30pm. If you would like to come, please sign the sheet in Mosaic. For more information see Paul Symonds.
Solar Eclipse……….enter the twilight zone …….
There will be a partial solar eclipse on Friday morning 20th March, when most of the sun will be covered by the moon and the daylight will darken considerably. As such things don’t happen too often why not share the experience with others and join with us at the Mosaic Cafe from 8.30am onwards. I’m informed that the twilight zone will last between 8.30 and 10am. Coffee/tea and treats will be available as usual.
COMPUTER CLASSES: Hopefully those of you who were on the waiting list for the next computer classes in Mosaic have already been contacted by Jenny to let you know that the NRC/ Ashton funding has been withdrawn and so the classes can not go ahead. If she did not manage to get you, apologies, but the class will not be able to run now. We are exploring alternatives.
Cecil Robinson and all the family circle would like to thank everyone who supported them with cards, prayers, flowers and calling at the house at the sudden passing of his son Michael who died on holidays in Rome. Thanks also for the refreshments that were provided after the service, it eased the burden on the family. Thanks also to Rev. Brice and the Session for their support and to Helen Duff for singing the lovely hymn “In Christ alone.”
PRESENTATION: Following the Annual Meeting, Robin and Ruth McBride were presented with very generous gifts; a beautiful painting of Dunluce Castle and several hotel vouchers. These were very much appreciated and they wish to thank the members of the congregation.
For full announcement sheet: Announcement Sheet 15-03-15