THE Church of the Nazarene will begin its outreach programme at the start of next month.
The food and bible club started almost two years ago and children attending receive cereal, toast, pancakes and juice. After eating thy are fed from God's Word and learn of His love and plan for their lives.
This outreach ministry will begin next weekend with a 'Shake It Up Cafe', which will be held on Friday September 2 from 6.30pm until 8.30pm, on Saturday September 3 from 10am until 12noon and on Sunday September 4 from 9.45am until 10.45am.
Families in Lisburn are invited to bring their children along to this weekend of fun and discovery and to join the church family in worship on the Sunday, followed by lunch in the Sunday School Hall.
The church will also recommence their Mother and Toddler group on
Monday mornings at 10am.
This has always proved very popular for mums, dads, grandparents and childminders, who bring their toddlers along for fun, play and a friendly chat with a cup of tea or coffee.
Silverliners, the church's ministry for those over 65, provides an afternoon meeting with visiting speakers and singers.
A time for tea and a biscuit gives the opportunity to meet new people and enjoy fellowship together.
Silverliners meets fortnightly on alternate Thursdays.
Sunday services begin with Sunday School/Food and Bible Club at
9.45am, morning worship at 11.30am and evening worship at 6.30pm.
A warm welcome and invitation is extended to all.
THE Gospel meetings in Knocknadona Hall will recommence on Sunday 4th
September at 8.30pm.
The special speaker will be the Rev David Mcllveen and the special singers will be Joyce Bell and Rosemary Cowan.
These meetings, which are interdenominational, are held each Sunday after church at 8.30pm. There is also a weekly prayer meeting each Thursday at 8pm. Everyone will be made very welcome to any of these meetings.
PREPARATIONS are underway at Carryduff Presbyterian Church for 'Changing Lives'.
For nine days, starting on 10th September, the church will be holding a series of special events and meetings for all ages.
On the opening Saturday it kicks off with a Fun Day of activities for all the family including a Barbecue lunch — and it's all free! The speakers, who include familiar figures from sport, industry, finance, public office and the media, will tell of the affluence of Jesus in their everyday lives and work.
Throughout the week there will be music and events for all ages and tastes including a special Youth Night on Friday 16th September and a Family Night with a quiz and supper on Saturday 17th September, with the event finishing on Sunday 18th September
It will all be happening at Carryduff Presbyterian Church, Church Road, Carryduff. For further information on 'Changing Lives' go to www.carryduffpresbyterian.org.uk/