Kidzone Friday Returns 21st September

Kidzone Friday is a fun evening for kids in P3-Year 8 during term time. Crafts, games, tuck shop, theme nights and devotionals. 7pm start until 8:30pm.

There is a £5 registration fee for the year, otherwise it is £1 entry a week!

We would love to see you there!

 

Our Linen Stories Exhibiton

Series on Revelations

Commencing on Sunday evening 23rd September @ 6.30pm we will starting a new series entitled 'Dear Church - 7 letters from Jesus,' looking at Revelations ch 2 & 3.

great worship / teaching / Coffee

don't miss it!

Uganda Mission Trip Video Launched!

European Heritage Open Days

Hi everyone - we are delighted to open for the European Heritage days on 8th and 9th September.

Opening times:

Sat 8th Sept: 10am - 4pm

Sun 9th Sept@ 2.30pm - 4pm

We will have interesting and informative tours of the building led by knowledgable guides, with opportunity to take photos. Tea / coffee and shortbread are free.

All welcome!

Uganda Mission Trip Blog

Our youth and young adults team to Uganda have arrived safely, they’ll be blogging every couple of days during the trip. Their blog can be accessed here.

Summer Madness information

Hello happy campers.

Summer Madness is getting closer and there are a few key pieces of information you need to know. Please note there is NO paperback guidebook this year. Instead please downloaded the Summer Madness App before you come away with us.

Connor takes the Castle

Fundraising dinner in aid of Uganda team

On the 23rd of June the Youth and Young adults mission team who are travelling to Uganda this summer are hosting a fundraing dinner. The event will take place in the main Cathedral building, full of great food, entertainment and craic it's a night not to be missed! All the proceeds from the night will go straight to fundraising the team's trip and to the general work of Abaana. For more information on the team and their plans whilst in Uganda and the option to support their work financially click here.

Abaana & CMSI Update (5)

Tuesday 17th April

We were again at the Clergy Retreat, and the Pastors were again thankful for us being there.

The Pastors appear to be settling in together, are opening up to us, and are telling us their stories of what they went through in South Sudan, and then on their journeys to Arua. This has been a steep learning curve of our knowledge of what these Pastors have been through.

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