On Wednesday folk from Ballynahinch, Carrickfergus, Ballymacashon and Newtownards gathered with us as Mark and Lorraine Armstrong [SIM] shared with us about their work in Zimbabwe. Their vision of teaching and equipping Ministers, who in turn can teach and equip others, has far-reaching potential, even outside of Zimbabwe. How thankful we ought to be for modern technology that helps spread the […]
It was good to have Callum Webster from the Christian Institute with us for our Morning Worship on the 7th October 2018.
We look forward to having Philip Dunn with us for our Sunday Morning service. Philip works with the European Missionary Fellowship.
On Saturday 30th we shall be holding our final Coffee @ Connsbrook in aid of MacMillan Nurses. It on from 2-4 pm so why not come along and help support them in the work they do. Image copyright of Jeremy Keith
On Friday 28th the church will be open from 10am to Midday for prayer. Why not come along and join with us in praying for our community, our nation and issues in the world today.
This evening we are looking at 1 Peter 1v20-21 under the heading Our wonderful Saviour – chosen, revealed and exalted.
Today we are looking forward to the ministry of Michael Ferguson. Michael is a member of our church. He is married to Joy and they have four boys. They have recently returned to Northern Ireland from working abroad.
Just a quick and rather late reminder that we have a Coffee and Cake @ Connsbrook event tomorrow between 2-4pm. All are welcome. We are again seeking to raise support and awareness of Macmillan Nurses. Come along if you are in the area.
It was a real joy and privilege to hear from Dr Rev GS Nair of India at our midweek meeting on Wednesday. To hear how he was converted from Hinduism and how the Lord has used him to establish churches and colleges in India warmed the heart. Students are sent out ready and prepared to plant churches and thousands have […]
We are looking forward to the ministry of Rev Paul Clarke [Carrickfergus Congregational Church].