At a glance
12 November - 18 November
Monday 12th November 2018
10.00 am Griefshare (Oasis)
2.00 pm Bowling Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
2.00 pm Ways N Means (Birney Room)
7.00 pm Men’s Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
7.30 pm Shine Book Club (Oasis)
7.30 pm Christian Guidelines Marriage Preparation Course (Birney Room)
7.30 pm Business Committee (U5)
8.00 pm PUSH (Prayer Room)
Tuesday 13th November 2018
7.00 am Elders Prayer Meeting (Birney Room)
10.00 am Tothers (McCaughey Hall)
2.00 pm Social Drop In (Social Space)
6.00 pm GB Tiny Tots//Explorers (McCaughey Hall)
7.00 pm GB Company Section (McCaughey Hall)
7.30 pm Open Doors Event (Sanctuary)
7.30 pm PW (Birney Room)
Wednesday 14th November 2018
10.30 am Bible Focus (Birney Room))
6.30 pm English Language Classes
7.30 pm Kirk Session Pre Communion (Birney Room)
8.00 pm Pre Communion (Sanctuary)
Thursday 15th November2018
6.30 pm Band and Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
6.30 pm BB Anchor Boys (McCaughey Hall)
7.30 pm BB Junior/Company Section (McCaughey Hall)
7.30 pm Finance Committee (U5)
Friday 16th November 2018
10.00 am Ladies Tea / Coffee (Oasis)
2.00 pm Age Well Partnership (Oasis)
6.15 pm The Movement Social Outing
7.30 pm Bowling Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
7.30 pm Radio Cracker Gospel Concert (Sanctuary)
Saturday 17th November 2018
8.00 am Prayer Meeting (Prayer Room)
10.00 am Home for Good Drop In (Foyer/Crèche)
2.00.pm Kids Club (McCaughey Hall)
Sunday 18th November 2018
11.30 am Embrace (U2)
11.30 am Café Church (Oasis)
4.30 pm Band & Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
8.00 pm The Movement— Deeper
Ways & Means: continues on Mon 12th Nov at 2pm (Birney Room). ”It’ll be a CRACKER!”
Marriage Preparation Course: this course commences tomorrow evening at 7.30pm in the Birney Room and is for all couples planning their wedding in 2019/2020. The course will run for the next three Monday nights. For more information please contact Nikki Gillan.
PW:- meets this Tues 13th Nov at 7.45pm in the Birney Room. It will be a music night with the Acclaimed Gospel Singers. All ladies from the Church are welcome to come.
An evening with Kevin Hoy – CEO of The Smiles Foundation: Come along to hear updates on current projects, plans for future developments and discover opportunities to share in mission. The Oasis, High Kirk Presbyterian Church, Ballymena Monday 19th Nov @ 7:30pm . Stay and chat over a cup of tea afterwards.
Films of Yesteryear: continues on Wed 21st Nov at 7pm in the Oasis with ‘The Quiet Man’(1952). All are welcome. Refreshments will be served. If anyone requires a lift please contact Lorraine McAllister.
Bible Focus (was Bible Academy): continues in the Birney Room until 28th Nov (10am for tea/coffee with a 10.30am start. This session we will be studying “A feast with Jesus: the Gospel in Israel’s Festivals”. Come along and discuss how Jesus fulfils the ancient biblical feast over a scone and a cup of tea or coffee.
Silver Link: will resume their meetings on Thurs 29th Nov. As this will be the Christmas Dinner, those attending are asked to be in their seats by 12.45 pm. Anyone attending for the first time will be made most welcome but, for catering purposes, should phone Hengie Dawson beforehand. Thank you.
Retiring Offering: There will be a retiring offering for Earl Haig/Poppy Appeal at the back of the church after the morning services.
Presbyterian Herald: If you do not already receive this magazine and would like to subscribe, please contact Amanda Scott or Heather Petticrew at Welcome Desk. Cost has increased from £10 to £15 per annum for 2019.
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI) calendar: available to order (£4). If you would like to purchase, please add your name to the sheet on the info desk or speak to Ruth Millar. Last date for orders is Sun 25thNov to ensure calendars are here for Christmas.
Bob’s Store: Thank you for your contributions last month. This month we would appreciate: breakfast cereal, tinned soup/beans, tinned fruit/custard and pasta sauce.
Ruling Elders Fellowship: 1st Rasharkin PC, at 8.00 pm on Monday 12th Nov, Speaker: Rev. T Boyd, Subject: Life of Charles Spurgeon.
Radio Cracker Gospel Concert: Fri, 16th Nov here in High Kirk commencing at 7.45 pm. Artists will include Live Issue, Warren Smyth, Billy McFarland, Kate Weir and Cornerstone. Tickets £10 and are available from Faith Mission or phone Billy.
Coffee & Connect: Sat 17th Nov, 10 am—12 noon. There will be an informal get-together for anyone who is involved in fostering / adoption, or has an interest in this ministry. Open to anyone in the Northern Trust area. Come and have a chat over some hot drinks in the new cafe area in the foyer. Contact Nikki/Hayley for more information.
Northern Ireland Partnership Manager: This will be a 3 day per week (22.5 hours) role based mainly from our Belfast office, Ravenhill Road. The role will require regular travel around Northern Ireland & occasional travel to England for training & conferences. Initially it is a 12 month contract. This role will be responsible for building & developing relationships with local media, referral agencies, Christian organisations, Northern Irish Government and other external organisations to raise CAP’s profile, create media opportunities, partnership arrangements and increase Church and Christian engagement with CAP. A key part of this role is to engage, build and develop relationships with churches, generating initial enquiries and working with them through to CAP services opening. This role is varied & will include a wide range of activities including social media, press, creating written copy, public speaking and attending and organising events. In collaboration with others, they will seek out and create opportunities to share information & good news stories regarding the work of CAP in NI. Full details via the link below or our website: https://capuk.org/get-involved/you/join-the-team/jobs