"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."

Sunday Services
There are three different services every Sunday:
  • 10.00 am:Traditional worship including hymns and sometimes choir.
    • L.I.G.H.T. (Childrens' Church) runs concurrently with the service in the minor halls.
  • 11.30 am:Contemporary worship incorporating live band.
    • J.A.M. (Childrens' Church) runs concurrently with the service in the minor halls.
  • 7.00 pm: Evening worship.  Variable styles. On the last Sunday of each month our Youth Choir lead the praise.

    Note:
    - A creche facility is available at the 11.30am morning services throughtout the year (including the summer). It is supervised by experienced volunteers from the church working on a rota basis. It has lots of clean, safe toys available and plenty of room for the children to run about and play. It is available for babies and children up to the age of 4.
    - Prayer ministry is available after both services.
 
Prayer
Prayer is a  vital element to life at Glengormley Methodist. We have a Tuesday morning prayer group meeting at 9.30am and also an evening prayer meeting at 7.00pm.
Concluding each act of worship on a Sunday we have a trained prayer ministry team available to assist people.
A room in the building is set apart as a dedicated prayer room.
Prayer requests are always welcome.  Send a request for prayer by completing a Prayer Request Online

 
Church Choir
The church choir participates regularly in services throughout the year, including special services at Christmas and Easter. The choir always welcomes new recruits. If you would like to join speak to David Martin, any member of the choir or contact the church office.
Where and when? The choir room, every Tuesday night at 8 pm, between September and May.

Praise Bands
Praise bands are involved in our 11.30am and 7.00pm worship. New members are encouraged. Speak to any of the current members for further information.