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Spring Communion Season 2016

The sacrament of the communion of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated here at the end of the morning service on Sunday 1st May.

The programme for the weekend is:

Friday 29th April at 8.00pm - Pre-Communion Service

  • Reception of new church members
  • Luke 15:11-32 - Compassion: the love that reaches us

Sunday 1st May at 11.30am - Morning Service

  • Sharing in the Communion of the Lord's Supper
  • Luke 15:11-32 - Celebration: the love that blesses us

Sunday 1st May at 6.30pm - Evening Service

  • An opportunity for praise and thanksgiving
  • Luke 15:11-32 - Comprehension: the love that transforms us

Plan to come along and share in these times of fellowship around God's Word.

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CROSS WORDS

Cross WordsHOLY WEEK EVENTS | 21ST - 25TH MARCH 2016

Have you ever been puzzled as to what Easter is all about?

The gospel message of Jesus Christ is something all Christians cling to and the entire world should hear.

This year Donaghcloney and Waringstown churches are working with one another to bring the message of Easter to our community.

Mon 21st March 2016
St Patricks Church, Donaghcloney, 7.30pm
SUBSTITUTION (The great exchange)
Isaiah 53:1-12/Luke 23:26-46. Speaker: Rev. R A Moffett.

Tue 22nd March 2016
Donaghcloney Methodist Church, 7.30pm
PROPITIATION (God's wrath averted)
Mark 15:21-39. Speaker: Pastor Ken Davidson.

Wed 23rd March 2016
Waringstown Primary School, 7.30pm
RECONCILIATION (Relationship restored)
Isaiah 59:1-8/Colossians 1:21-23. Speaker: Rev. Andrew Thompson.

Thur 24th March 2016
Holy Trinity Church Waringstown, 7.30pm
REDEMPTION (The price paid)
Exodus 15:1-18/Romans 6:1-14. Speaker: Rev. Philip Thomspon.

Fri 25th March 2016
Waringstown Presbyterian Church, 7.30pm
JUSTIFICATION (The legal position)
Romans 3:9-31. Speaker: Rev. Bryan Martin.

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Fit for Purpose 2015 / 2016

Fit for Purpose

A church fit for purpose is called to have a prophetic voice in the world, and to provide a place of transformation. The "church" is always the people - and a church fit for purpose is to be made up of people of service and outreach.

From our General Assembly at the start of June past, we have been challenged to live up to our calling to be a caring fellowship, welcoming the stranger and learning from one another, valuing the gifts of each individual, while offering prayer and pastoral support to all in need.

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Autumn Fellowship Weekend 2015

The sacrament of the communion of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated here at the end of the morning service on Sunday 1st November, in the context of our Autumn Fellowship Weekend.

Over the weekend we will be looking at Psalm 48 - Secure in God.

The programme for the weekend is:

Pre-communion service Friday 30th October at 8.00pm
Communion service Sunday 1st November at 11.30am
Celebration service Sunday 1st November at 6.30pm

 

Plan to come along and share in these times of fellowship around God's Word. Do note the times of prayer also!

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We gather together to express our praise of God, to encourage our partners in the faith

and to exercise our priesthood in prayer

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Donacloney Presbyterian Church

56 Moygannon Road Donaghcloney BT66 7PN

Minister - Rev R A Moffett Tel. 028 38820548

Clerk of Session - Ian Williams Tel. 028 38882520

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