UNITED SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES IN JULY / AUGUST
7 July First Bangor @ 7pm
14 July Wesley Centenary Methodist @ 7pm
21 July Bangor Parish @7pm
28 July Queen’s Parade Methodist @ 7pm
4 August Bangor Parish @ 7pm
11 August First Bangor @ 7pm
18 August Trinity Presbyterian @ 7pm
25 August Salvation Army @ 6.30pm
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BANGOR
(Registered Charity in Northern Ireland NIC105217)
Sunday 7th July 2019
Our Mission – ‘Passion for Jesus and Compassion for People’
Sunday 7th July
10.30am Morning Service
Rev. Marisine Stanfield
United Evening Service
First Bangor 7PM Speaker Capt. Linda Cunliffe Salvation Army
Welcome to our Service of Worship today.
If you are visiting, please sign the Visitors’ Book in the front porch.
Refreshments are available in the Hub after the service
No BTH Over Summer – ‘SUMMER SUNDAY SPECIALS’ provided for children in Pre-School – P7 ONLY, in the Meeting Place. Children are to leave the service as usual after the Children’s Address and to be collected after the service in the Meeting Place. The only exception to this is when we have our family services on 7th July and 11th August when children will remain in church. Crèche provided as normal.
BTC SUNDAY – BIBLE CLASS has stopped for Summer. All young people are to remain in Church and enjoy the service.
SUNDAY COFFEE BAR ROTA
Please add your name to the Rota in the Hub if you are available on Sunday 18th or Sunday 25th of August
WEDNESDAY COFFEE BAR (SUMMER MONTHS) – If you can help please contact Alex McClelland 07720916580
Wednesday 10th July
OUTREACH COFFEE BAR in the Hub from 10am – 12noon
There will be no Prayer Ministry on the 10th and 17th July. Prayer Ministry will recommence on 24th July
Sunday 14th July
10.30am Morning Family Service
A new language-Secret, Sacred, Discipleship
Rev Mairisíne Stanfield
United evening Service in Wesley Centenary Methodist 7pm
THIS IS FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS WORKING WITH
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
As part of our care and concern for both children, young people and our volunteer leaders we have a Child Protection Policy adopted from Taking Care Guidelines developed by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Michael Yeates has recently become our Designated Person and will be conducting a thorough review of our records and processes to ensure that they are up to date.
As it is some years since volunteers received Child Protection Training it has been agreed that every leader must attend the Taking Care training that is planned for September 2019.
This announcement is to give leaders plenty of time to get one of the two dates in their diary.
The dates are Thursday 12th September at 7.30pm or Saturday 14th September at 10am
The training is compulsory for all leaders and will last for 2 hours. There is no need to register in advance as a register will be taken at each training session.
We are currently seeking to expand our worship team, particularly musicians but vocalists also welcome. Our team cover music for main Sunday services, Big Tree House, BTC and other special/seasonal events. If you are interested in finding out more please speak to Simon or Sharon Cordner in the Hub after the service or text/email: email@example.com
Mrs May Sloan 14 Worcester Avenue
USHERS for July
Side Doors: Neil Hodgins
Front Porches: Jim Wallace Raymond Rea
Gallery: Hazel Monaghan Stephen Young