THIS SUNDAY 9th May, worship will be via Zoom and will not be livestreamed. We will celebrate the Lord’s Table, so please come prepared. The zoom link will has now been distributed.
THIS THURSDAY 13th May There will be a Members’ meeting on at 7.30 p.m. by Zoom. The zoom link will be distributed in the days before the meeting.
THIS MONDAY 10th May, women of the church are invited to the following online meeting: Baptist Women will be hosting ‘Women’s Night Online’ at 7.30pm. This event is open to women of all ages and is on the topic of ‘Joy fuelled Perseverance’ from Hebrews 12 with speaker Philomena Fitzpatrick. This is a free event but you do need to register at irishbaptistwomen.org to receive the Zoom details.
Finally, we thank the Lord that the Government have announced a return to in-person religious services STARTING NEXT WEEK, 16th May.
In order to attend this service YOU MUST BOOK, as numbers are restricted to 50 people. The booking system is now live. Use this link or go to the “Tell us you are coming” page on this site.
An introduction to Biblical counselling in the local church.
A seminar for church leaders, elders, small group leaders, women’s workers, youth leaders, anyone involved in pastoral care. This is an opportunity to grow in how we connect the riches of Scripture with the realities of our everyday lives and the struggles of those we seek to help.
Dr. Andrew Collins (Consultant Psychiatrist, Biblical Counsellor, Church Elder and member of Executive Board of Biblical Counselling UK) will help us understand what Biblical counselling is and how it applies to emerging pastoral needs in our local churches. There will be an opportunity for questions and links to follow up resources.
Thursday 20th May 8 pm – 9:15 pm. Go here to book for this event.
The 22nd March was World Water Day and to mark it, Water for Cameroon have launched an appeal for four new wells in the North West of Cameroon.
The local communities have each raised the required 10% of the costs. Water for Cameroon currently have no funds to start the construction of these wells which on average cost €4,000 per well. This fundraiser to raise €18,000 is to ensure these 4 wells are constructed and that some financial support can be provided for basic Covid-19 protection items such as face masks. 100% of funds raised will go to these 4 well constructions. To donate go to this Gofund Me site. To see the full press release issued by Water for Cameroon go here.
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