Putting on the armour

Ever have trouble deciding what to wear? What about a choice of breastplate, a scabbard or sword, even a helmet?

Summer worship continues with a series of sermons reflecting on what steps we need to take to survive spiritual warfare. Each week we will celebrate another protection that God gives us to help us.

First up is an overview: see you on 1st July. Remember evening services do not take place during summer months

Don't Waste God's Gifts

Sunday Special takes on a fresh theme with the children and young people of J Cluband J Club Plus leading the service. At 10:30 in St. Ignatius', Carryduff and 12:00 in St. Andrew's, Killaney Sunday 24th June is Children's Day.

How many of us have been blessed with 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, various gifts of communciation, art and knowledge, but have lived as if they were not a gift from God? Do not receive God's grace in vain! That is the theme on 24 June 2018.

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Father's Day

God our Father wants each of us to celebrate every day as HIS day! Once a year we take time to remember fathers more generally, and this Sunday 17th June is the day.

Join with us at worship on Sunday to find out God our Father's plan for our lives: not a re-cycled old life, but a recreated new life!

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