The group will commence on Thursday 19 Sept. Meal at 6.30pm; Praise at 7.10pm, followed by Speaker, finishing just after 8pm. Mr Paul Girvan MP (South Antrim) on 'Christian in Politics'. Book a place and bring a friend, by contacting Committee (Reggie L, Wesley P, Jacko, Wylie T, Dennison T, Trevor C, Trevor H or Alan S) or by phoning 07803 186364.
I came across a piece about the Men of Issachar. The following are extracts from it:
In the first book of Chronicles, we read these words: “From the tribe of Issachar, there were 200 leaders...All these men understood the signs of the times and knew the best course for Israel to take” (1 Chron 12:32).
Knowing the signs of the times, and how then to live, has to be the most pressing challenge facing any life. Here is the full extent of the Issachar question: What is:
...the nature of the world in which we are living?
...the challenge(s) of our generation?
...the current status of the epic struggle between good and evil?
...the direction the culture in which we live is headed?
...the nature of the world’s great crises at the present time?
And then from that, a second question: How should I then live? How do I live a life of meaning, consequence, impact and influence for the cause of Christ? And how should the church take its place in the vanguard of cultural engagement and missional force? #God is our Adventure. Every blessing.
Sun 15 Sept Ballina am and Sligo pm (Harvest)
Tues National Ploughing Championships, Carlow
Wed-Thurs Irish Inter-Church Committee events
Fri International Day of Peace Event
Sun 22 Sept Whitecastle am and Glacknadrummond pm
We have a number of rotas for various things that occur on a Sunday morning, such as: Tea/Coffee, counting of money, greeting and door stewarding, operation of the computer and sound system. Please contact Linda Laughlin or Stephen Orr if you would be willing to help with any of these aspects; more helpers will reduce the frequency for those on the rota. Support and training will be provided as required.
The new season will begin on Friday 20Sept at 8pm. Our speaker will be Thompson Steele. Anyone with a wrinkle or two, an old ache or a few white hairs is welcome to come along any club night (only once a month) to hear a tale or two over various subjects and be surprised about what you didn’t know!
All women in the church are warmly invited to join us at 8pm on the 1stand 3rdMonday of each month. We offer a varied programme and meet in the Chapel.
Our annual dinner will be held on Monday 16 September in Mossley Mill, price £18.50. Those planning to attend are asked to bring £10 deposit or the full amount on Monday 2 September.