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Holy Communion

Holy Communion or the Lord’s Supper is the central act of Christian worship, in which the Church responds to our Lord’s command, given at the Last Supper, “Do this in remembrance of me”.

The Holy Communion Service is usually conducted at the end of the morning service  on the first Sunday of the month, as some members of the congregation do not wish, or feel unable, to take part in the service. Twice or three times a year the sacrament is celebrated at the evening service.

Although most Methodist worship services do not follow a liturgy, the Methodist Worship Book contains nine liturgies for Communion services, six of these specifically prepared for seasons of the Christian Year, for example, Christmas, Easter and Pentecost.

The minister presides at the Communion service and is assisted by a Local Preacher. The people come forward and kneel at the Communion Rail to receive the bread and wine, which is given in small individual cups.

Sunday 21 October 2018

Rev Robin Waugh will¬†lead the Girls’ Brigade Enrolment service at 11.00 am and Sammy Stanfield will be the preacher at the evening service at 7.00 pm. We give a warm welcome to anyone wanting to visit our church and spend time in fellowship with us. Please make yourself known to the minister or door steward.

Bible Study

The mid-week Bible Study meets in The Taylor at 7.30 pm on Wednesday evenings. The current topic is the book of Galatians.

Men’s Breakfast

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday 20 October at 9.00 am in Orchard Cafe. All men welcome!

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Prayer Focus

Keep up to date with the daily featured portion of the Methodist Church in Ireland Prayer Focus.

Sunday 14 October 2018 – sermons

Listen to the morning sermon and evening reflections.

Notice Sheet

Here is the notice sheet for the week beginning Sunday 14 October 2018.

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