"We exist to glorify God, nurture followers of Christ and reflect His saving and transforming love in Glengormley, through the power of the Holy Spirit."

Worship Jamming - February 2018

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Sunday 4th February 2018 at 7.30pm in "The Chapel @ GMC"

 Singers, musicians, strummers or anyone who enjoys worship music.
Everyone welcome from the youngest to the oldest

Coffee and Cake available to keep your energy levels up too!

Irish Methodist Youth and Children's Department


Irish Methodist Youth and Children’s Department

On 2nd – 4th February 2018, we will be gathering for IMYC’s Big Weekend.

Our theme is: Turning the Tide and we will explore together how we become a church orientated toward the next generation.  What it means to be family. How we enable our young people to be part of God’s mission and build a faith that will last.

We will also be in two locations: Trinity Methodist, Lisburn and Dundrum Methodist, Dublin.  You can choose which one works for you and then fill a car of your leaders to come and join us.

To book simply go to imycd.org/big-weekend/.

There is also a special group rate available for groups of 5!

Lay Witness Weekend -23-25th Feb.

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Lay Witness Weekend

A Lay Witness Weekend is a time when a team of ordinary people from other Methodist churches come to share with us what God has done, and is doing, in their lives. Our theme Ordinary People – Extra-ordinary God sums up exactly what a Lay Witness is all about.

The team will talk about circumstances and situations which they have come through and how God has helped them on this journey.  There is something very powerful when others are vulnerable and share their story.

The weekend will include lots of opportunities to have meals together as a congregation; evening meetings when we will hear personal testimonies of what God has done in the lives of the team interspersed with times of praise; a Men’s Breakfast; Coffee Mornings in various homes; and some youth and children’s events. The weekend will conclude with a Sunday evening meeting when the team has gone home and we have an opportunity to reflect and share about some of the things that God has done in our lives throughout the weekend – this is often the most powerful and inspirational part of the whole weekend.

Please save the dates 23-25 February, you may need to start thinking about any childcare arrangements that you might need to make so that you can set aside the entire weekend and be fully involved. Please start to pray for this special event.

Typically a Lay Witness Weekend brings a fantastic opportunity for personal renewal and recommitment to God, as well as an opportunity to invite others who have not been to church in a long time, or who don’t know Jesus, to hear what a difference He has made in ordinary people’s lives. Of course, we don’t need to wait until February before any of that can happen but a Lay Witness Weekend gives a particular focus and have been used powerfully wherever they have taken place.

 Please keep this very important weekend very much in your prayers and we would encourage you to pray with others in prayer triplets or squares or when you are meeting in a Connect group or church organisation. We pray that you will start to look forward and get excited about what God is going to do in and through all of us in the months to come. 

Relevant Christianity - Fruitfulness on the Frontline

FRUITFULNESS ON THE FRONTLINE: Continues on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, starting 16th January at 8pm in the Chapel. Fruitfulness on the frontline offers a fresh, simple framework for discovering a rich variety of ways in which God may work in us and through us right where we are to minister to those around us.
For more info on either course contact Chris Boucher, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., see the Relevant Christianity Course leaflet.

Day of Prayer and Worship - 3rd Feb 2018

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There will be a day of prayer and worship on

Saturday 3rd February 2018

in preparation for the Lay Witness Weekend in February 2018 (23rd-25th February)

  • Prayer Room Open from 9.00am - 6.00pm
  • Worship Praise from 6.00pm - 7.30pm

Please plan to come along and pray for the Lay Witness Weekend for as little or as long as you can.

SEED - What does it mean to be Methodist

Gatherings will be generally on the first Saturday evening of the month from 7pm to 9pm in Glengormley Methodist 
Church. It will consist of worship, teaching and dialogue. Contact Rev Charles Harris for details.

Saturday 30th September - Methodism as a Movement, not an institution (Alan Lorimer)

Saturday 4th November - Methodism: A move of the Holy Spirit (Michael Spence)

Saturday 2nd December - Personal and Social Holiness.

Saturday 6th January - How Early Methodists were Organised (John Alderdice)

Saturday 10th February - The Methodist Quadrilateral (Janet Unsworth)

Saturday 10th March - The Four Alls (David Turtle)

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