What's On Group Times Note
Art Class Thursday Afternoon The art club meets on Thursdays in Killaney led by artist Roger Waring, where they participate in various studies
Word Alive: Bible/Prayer Tuesdays at 8.00pm The Bible Study Group - "Word ALIVE!" - meets each Tuesday at 8.00 somewhere in the parishes to study the bible and/or pray.
Babies & Toddlers Friday 10.00 am The Babies and Toddlers group meets on a Friday at 10.00 in the church hall where it gives the chance for the mums and dads and other carers with small children to have a chat and cup of tea.
Bowling Club Wednesdays 7:30 The Parish Bowling Club meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 during the winter season and takes part in various competitions with local churches in the area. All are welcome.
Church Choir As Arranged The choir is open to singers of all ages. They meet occasionally to practise and sing in the Sunday services in the church throughout the year.

Flower Guild Friday Mornings A group of ladies arrange the flowers regularly and meet occasionally for classes.

Golf Society Tuesday Summer Afternoon St Ignatius' Golf Society have regular outings to clubs in N Ireland. This is usually on the Fourth Thursday from May to September. Rod Maxwell is the Captain in 2017
Guides Tuesday Evenings Guide Movement details are on their own page
Mothers' Union Thursday 8.00 pm monthly The Mothers' Union meets in the church hall at St Ignatius on the first Thursday of the month at 8:00 pm. The Mothers Union is a worldwide organisation that seeks to promote marriage and family life. They have a varied programme with interesting speakers and various trips.
Scouts Thursdays and Mondays The Scouts have their own page.
Select Vestry 7.30 pm monthly Carryduff Vestry meets in the Quin Room most months on the First Monday at 7.30 pm. Killaney Vestry meets in the Hempton Hall on the Second Tuesday at 7.30 pm.
Work Party Tuesday Evenings Meets on a Tuesday evening between June and September to look after the church grounds and carry out basic maintenance within the church buildings.