We are beginning to work on the next edition of the Woven magazine, if you have anything you would like to contribute, please pop in the boxes in the vestibules or pass on to Lynda Little or Esther Parker or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAP PRAYER TIME Thursday 28 January, 7:30-8:30pm in Greystone Rd PC. You are invited to join us, to thank and praise, and petition God for this ministry of outreach in our community.
TEARFUND The next Regional Tearfund Prayer Meeting will be held on Monday 25 January from 7:30-8:30pm in Muckamore Presbyterian Church Hall. Your presence would be much appreciated and if you would like a lift, please speak to Angus Cuthbert.
1ST ANTRIM GB 50th Anniversary CD is now available at £7 per copy or 2 for £12. Available to purchase from Lynda Little.
CHAT ‘N CHEW SPECIAL Thursday @ 10am. Do join us for fun and games around the tables! All very welcome.
The Auditors will be in attendance in the Church Office on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 January from 7pm to 8:30pm to receive the Accounts of the various Organisations for the year to 31 December 2015. Treasurers of the Organisations are reminded to bring with them bank statements for 2015 together with invoices, receipts and other supporting documentation. It is important to respect these dates so that deadlines can be met - thank you for your co-operation.
DID YOU MISS IT? For anyone who missed the performance in 1st Antrim and would like to see it, Alan Cousins is performing parts of the Hudson Taylor one man play in Templepatrick PC at 7pm on Sunday 17 January.
OMF PRAYER MEETING will be held @ 8pm in the Dixon Room. John and Emily will be sharing about the work they will be involved in on their return to Japan and there will be an opportunity to catch up on and pray for the team working in the Philippines.
CHURCH ACCOUNTS The last Sunday for giving into the 2015 accounts will be Sunday 10 January. Thanks.
In 2015 we marked 70 years of Christian Aid. It is tragic that our organisation, which was established by the churches in the aftermath of the Second World War to provide aid to refugees in Europe, is responding to another refugee crisis 70 years later.
While the world may have changed, the needs of people living in poverty have not and as our anniversary year draws to an end and 2016 begins, we remain as determined as ever to bring about an end to poverty and to address the inequality that exists across the globe.
Recent events remind us of the ongoing conflict in the world and while tragedies have taken place close to our shores we are ever mindful of conflict right across the globe.
We continue to pray that peaceful resolutions would be sought by the governments involved in areas including, but not limited to, Syria, Iraq and South Sudan.
We are deeply grateful for your continued support.
The response to recent appeals has been humbling.
Thank you for donating, giving your time and adding your voice towards ending poverty throughout this 70th anniversary year.
Your support, commitment and generosity never falters.
Thank you for all that you have done this year and for many years.
On behalf of the staff and volunteers at Christian Aid, I would like to wish you a very Blessed and Peaceful New Year.
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