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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Donacloney Presbyterian Church and its organisations will not be meeting on Sundays, or midweek, until further notice.

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

Spring Fellowship Weekend 2018

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During this weekend, we share the Bread and Wine of the Lord's Supper, and in fellowship together as the Body of Christ.

Over the weekend we will focus on Revelation 19:6-10 and our theme will be, "Invited to the Supper."

  • Session 1 - Friday 4th May at 8.00pm in the meetinghouse
    'When the Lord comes to reign'

  • Session 2 - Sunday 6th May at 11.30am in the meetinghouse
    'When the Lamb has His wedding feast'

  • Session 3 - Sunday 6th May at 6.30pm in the meetinghouse
    'When the Bride stands arrayed'

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It's all about the Cross

The churches represented in Donaghcloney and Waringstown will be meeting together each night this week (25th - 30th March).

Guest speaker John Woodside writes:

Most movements who want to promote their cause choose an attractive badge like the Panda of the WWF or the Prancing Horse of Ferrari. What cause could hope to prosper when its symbol is a gallows? But the death of Jesus on a cross is like a key. It is the key to understanding ourselves, why the world is as it is, history and the future, our relationship to God and to other  people, marriage - in fact all the big issues in life. This is why we will be focussing on the significance of the cross; and why I look forward to sharing some of these great themes with you.

Holy Week 2018

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Essentials

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Our Tuesday Fellowship is using a brand new resource for use within congregations that aims to help followers of Jesus reflect on and live out the essentials of discipleship. Essentials is a practical Discipleship Resource that has been developed specifically for the context of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, drawing on a wide collection of voices, insights, teaching and testimonies from right across our denomination.

Each session will unpack how it is essential for disciples to come to Jesus, respond to His call, share in community, take their place in culture, reflect His courage, accept the cost, take up His challenge and continue with Christ.

Join us on Tuesday evenings as we walk through the journey of discipleship by drawing on passages from the life and ministry of Jesus, right from the call of the first disciples to their commissioning into his mission.

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Christmas 2017 Arrangements

Church Family Carol Service

Sunday 24th December at 4.00pm in the Church Meetinghouse, followed by tea and mince pies in the Church Hall. A special offering for the Presbyterian Children's Society will be collected at this service.Red Christmas Decorations

Christmas Day Service

Monday 25th December at 10.30am. A special offering for the PCI World Development Appeal will be collected at this service. Information about this year's appeal, 'A beautiful idea: Women's voices in fragile states', can be found on the PCI website.

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Autumn Fellowship Weekend 2017

We will be having our annual autumn fellowship weeked here from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th November (d.v.). Over the course of the weekend we will be focussing on Luke 4:14-30, where Jesus proclaimed, "the year of the Lord's favour".

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

The programme for the weekend is:

Pre-communion service - Taking Jesus at His Word
Friday 3rd November at 8.00pm
Communion service - Thanking Jesus at His Work
Sunday 5th November at 11.30am
Thanksgiving service - Trusting Jesus in His Word
Sunday 5th 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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Grow and Bear Fruit

Harvest 2017 ArrangementsHarvest Festival Weekend 2017

The church's meetinghouse will be decorated with special displays and open for viewing from Friday 6th to Monday 9th October 

 

Click here to view the displays.

 

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Week of Prayer 2017

As we look ahead to the autumn term restart of the different ministries associated with our congregation, we remember what the Bible says:

Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain Psalm 127:1

Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit, says the Lord Almighty Zechariah 4:6

apart from Me, you can do nothing John 15:5

We therefore need to pray for the Lord's help and blessing on all our work.

A special series of meetings for prayer is planned for Wendesday 30th and  Thursday 31st August, and Friday 1st, Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th September. These meetings will be held in the Magill Room at 8.00pm each evening.

Each evening we shall be focusing on particular organisations or aspects of our church life.

Also, please remember the times of prayer before our morning and evening services each Sunday. If you are able, come and join in the prayer meetings as we look to the Lord for His blessing.

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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

Contact Us

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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