In September we continue our study of the gospel of Luke. This Gospel is a walk through events in Jesus' life. It is an opportunity to watch how the Son of Man, the Saviour, enters the homes of the suffering, visits tax collectors, and dines with sinners. We can learn from His words, His walk, and His relationships with common people what it really means "to follow Him." Hear what Jesus taught about the kingdom of God and how we, today, can be prepared for the difficult times ahead and to stand before the Son of Man.
Meeting on the 1stThursday night of each month at 7:30, location to be confirmed, we will continue our look at this exciting book! The cost of the manual for the 9 months study is £12.50. Our first meeting is on the 6thSeptember. For more information or to order a manual please contact Carole Harris, 90843077
From Sunday 26thAugust to Sunday 2ndSeptember Barnabas Fund will be holding a series of events across Northern Ireland. You are welcome to attend these events at any of the following venues:
Sunday 26 August at 11am
Greenwell Street Presbyterian Church,
Sunday 26 August at 6.30pm
Ballymoney Babtist Church, 60 Ballymena Road, BT53 7EZ
Tuesday 28 August at 7.30pm
Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Bangor, BT20 4LN
Sunday 2 September at 11.40am
Silverbirch Evangelical Church, 131 Silverbirch Road, Bangor BT19 6FA
Sunday 2 September at 6.30pm
Castlereagh Baptist Church, 95 Castlereagh Road, BT5 5FE
The Glengormley Methodist Society of the Methodist Church in Ireland complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as implemented in May 2018. We aim to ensure that, when processing information belonging to individuals, we will use that data lawfully, fairly and transparently; for limited purposes, and; we will request only the data that is relevant and necessary. We will endeavour to ensure such data is accurate; not kept forever, and; kept secure and confidential.
A full copy of the Data Protection Policy and Templates are provided for download HERE
The next blood donation session(s) will be held on
Wednesday 29thAugust from 2pm – 4pm and 5.15pm – 8pm
in the Minor Hall
In order to maintain the vital supply of blood to our hospitals, the Blood Transfusion Service needs the support not only of existing donors, but also of new donors. Please come along – you could save a life.