Register online for Sunday morning
services in our church building:
Before you register for a service in our church building please read the information below or watch this video:
We are delighted to be getting back to having services in our church building and worshiping God together in person, however, there are some changes that we have had to make to enable us to gather in the current circumstances.
For the time being, due to social-distancing requirements, we are attending our church services on Sunday mornings in two distinct groups;
Those with surnames beginning with A-Ma will attend one week and those with surnames beginning with Mc-Z will attend the next.
For the group staying at home there will be a service streamed online via our Youtube channel.
Here are a few more key facts:
Prior registration of your intention to attend is important each week. This may be done via the link below.
Services will last for a maximum of 1 hour
A DIY creche will be available for parents of young children
Junior Church will not restart yet, but there will be a children’s talk and activity sheets will be available – please bring your own pencils, colours etc
Hand sanitising facilities will be available
Everyone aged 13 and over is asked to wear face covering unless unable to do so
Refreshments will not be available after the service for the time being
FURTHER COVID-19 INFORMATION
We are all aware, by now, of the situation regarding the Coronavirus, COVID-19, and the restrictions that it brings on us all.
As a group of God's people, we want to help in our local community. If we can help you please contact the church in any of the following ways:
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 028 9042 1519.
Until this emergency passes and restrictions are lifted we will not be holding any scheduled meetings in the church, however, we will still have a Sunday morning service at 10.30am each week but it will be online. To follow you can search for, and subscribe to, us on YouTube.
Safeguarding Mental Health
In these unusual times many of us are righty concerned about physical health but our mental health can also suffer with the changes and restrictions placed upon us. Here are some resources that may help.
Stress Control: Follow this link
Belfast Trust - This video from Belfast Trust mental health services provides some very important advice on how to protect your mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Belfast recovery college- webinar Anxiety and Covid19
Recovery college launch Webinar every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm. Together we will share online how we are dealing with Covid 19 and anxiety and help each other in these educative courses - to enrol please contact: 02895043059
The following links may also be of interest:
A CCEF resource caled "Experiencing God or Not"
Another CCEF resource called "Anxiety, Waiting and the Coronavirus"
Guide to living with worry & anxiety amidst global uncertainty.
This is a PDF from Psychology Tools Resource which can be downloaded from this link.