Monday 26th – Friday 30th March Service each night at 7.30 pm There will also be a special service targeted at children and teenagers at 12 noon on Good Friday. As is our custom, the church will be open for a prayer vigil from 7 am – 7 pm and parishioners will be asked to […]
The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley 13th & 14th April at 7.30 pm in Comber Primary School Tickets £8
‘Every year in the Diocese of Down & Dromore we celebrate St Patrick’s Day at Saul Church and Down Cathedral – two places steeped in the history of our patron saint. The 17 March falls on a Saturday this year so this is a special invitation to families to join our annual celebrations at Saul […]
In February we had our Annual Dinner at the Eight South restaurant in Carryduff. It was a lovely venue and the staff were as always very friendly and helpful. Everyone enjoyed their meal and took the opportunity to catch up with friends. Our next meeting is on Thursday 1st March at 8pm following the Lenten […]
March Meetings 7th March – Stress Management – Clare Stewart 21st March – My Early Years in the Workplace – Amy Wall A warm welcome is extended to any lady in the Parish who would like to join us. 2pm in the Huston Hall
A short service every Thursday evening during Lent at 7.30 pm in the Church. Theme: Journeys We will also be inviting people to participate in a Lenten initiative called jars4journeys coordinated by the Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal, Eco Congregation Ireland and the Representative Church Body. The idea is that we use a jam jar or […]
On Thursday, 1st February, members of the Mothers’ Union enjoyed their annual dinner at Eight South, Carryduff. Pictured below is the Enrolling Member, Clare Stewart, with Commitee Member, Barbara Carlisle. For more photos, visit the Gallery.
Friday, 16th March The service has been written by the Christian women of Suriname with the theme: “All God’s Creation is Very Good”. The Belfast city centre service, which has been rescheduled, will be held in May Street Presbyterian Church at 11.00 am on Friday, 16th March. Everyone is warmly invited to these colourful services. […]
Parishioners will be aware that the proposal to provide additional car parking within the environs of the Church has been protracted and has been a particular concern for the Select Vestry. The scheme originated from a risk analysis carried out by Mr Roy Bell and, through his good offices, an overall scheme was prepared with […]
Easter General Vestry This is the annual business meeting of the church at which the accounts are presented and a new Select Vestry is elected. Registered Vestry persons are entitled to vote at the Easter General Vestry which, this year, will be held on Tuesday 20th March at 7.30 pm DV.