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Easing of Lockdown

Churches in Northern Ireland are permitted to use their meetinghouses again from Monday 29th June.  Donacloney Presbyterian’s oversight team (the Kirk Session) has decided to aim to recommence morning services on Sunday 6th September (earlier if possible, later if need be) and not to resume evening services until further notice.

Under the current guidance, a number of things need to be set in place in the meetinghouse before services recommence.  The Congregational Committee will address these over the next number of weeks.

Looking forward to it?  Sam Alberry is a pastor and a global speaker for Ravi Zaharias International Ministries as well as the author of several books including “Why bother with church?” - read his article, “Why I can’t wait”.

Everything has changed, but nothing has changed. Still, Jesus Christ is Lord.

Don't just clap; pray!

The Moderator of the General Assembly and the leaders of the other main churches have issued the following call to the people of Northern Ireland:

"On Thursday evenings at 8.00pm, we continue to show our appreciation for those who work in our health service, and for all who care for the community in various ways, by sharing in a round of applause.  May we encourage you, when you go back into your homes on Thursday evening, to join with us in offering a prayer of thanksgiving to God for all those whom we have acknowledged in our round of applause. Pray that they may know Gods strength and courage, safety, and blessing in their work. Pray too for those for whom they are caring - the sick, vulnerable, dying and all in distress."


Five Resolutions #5

Donacloney Presbyterian Church's members have been asked to commit to five resolutions during the Coronavirus crisis.

Here's an introduction to the fifth of these.


Five Resolutions #4

Donacloney Presbyterian Church's members have been asked to commit to five resolutions during the Coronavirus crisis.

Here's an introduction to the fourth of these.


Holy Week 2020 - 'Shadows of the Cross'

Holy Week 2020 - Shadows of the CrossThrough the first week of April, Sun 5th - Fri 10th, the church families in Donaghcloney and Waringstown will be exploring together some of the Shadows of the Cross in the Old Testament. The first part of the Bible can seem strange to modern readers, but it shows that the cross always was part of God’s plan.

Through the cross, the Lord of Creation has won salvation for His world. Because of the cross, you can come to know the Saviour and find life in His Name.

Cameron Jones and Leslie Addis will open up God’s Word night by night at 7pm to show the Shadows of the Cross point to the Lord Jesus Christ.

Intro video: https://youtu.be/4AGd2MoWT4g

The services will be available on the Donacloney Together Facebook page, and also on YouTube.

Sun 5th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our serpent crusher: Genesis 3
Mon 6th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our substitute: Genesis 22
Tue 7th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our sacrifice: Exodus 12
Wed 8th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our reconciliation: Leviticus 16
Thu 9th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our forsakenness: Psalm 22
Fri 10th  Shadows of the Cross - Christ, our peace: Isaiah 52-53


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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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