028 2564 4834 office@highkirk.org.uk

Making Sense of Life

Welcome

High Kirk is a place where everyone is welcome. Come and join with others seeking to make sense of life.

Come to Church

Sunday 16th May

9.30 am

11.30 am (also available online)
Rev Norman Cameron

Wisdom and Wellness (6): Humility
Proverbs 30:1-17

The sacrament of Communion will be celebrated at both morning services.

 

6.30 pm Rev Norman Cameron

Discipleship Matters
Mark 3:13-19

Evening services will have a different format to those in the morning. Some will have extended praise, some will include interviews and others will unpack a topic in more detail. The aim of our evening services will be to explore discipleship at ground level. How can we better at living out our faith in our everyday worlds. Our first in-person evening service this Sunday will feature an interview with someone who has recently come to faith and Norman will also be taking a look at the three-way focus of a disciple’s life.

Evening services will usually not be shown online and reservations will be on a first to book basis.

Due to social distancing measures there is a reduced capacity in our church building. In order to safely maximise our capacity, we require everyone to register in advance of attending services. Please read our guide (including registration details) for coming to church. If you would like to attend a church service, please contact the church office by email or call 028 2564 4834 on Mondays or Tuesdays between 9.30am and 1pm.

Church Online

Stay connected as we continue to gather in our homes to worship, pray, share in the message and keep up to date with news using the links below.

Watch last Sunday’s service below

Wisdom & Wellbeing

The writer in Proverbs says “pay attention to what I say, listen closely to my words…for they are life to those who find them and health to a person’s whole body

How can we discover true wellness today in a stressed out and complicated world?

Join us from this Sunday morning as we explore the ancient and yet very contemporary wisdom found in the book of Proverbs. If you have missed them you catch up from the sermon series here.

Foodbank

Bob’s Store

Need food?contact the church office.

Donating food? – High Kirk is open each Saturday for deliveries from 10am-12pm.

Café Explore

Café Explore provides an opportunity for everyone to join in the search to life’s big questions. Come explore and find out about the Christian faith in an informal casual setting.

It is currently running on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm. Pre-registration is required.

To Find out more  or to pre-register, please contact Willis by calling the church office.

News

Wisdom and Wellness

Wisdom and Wellness

The writer in Proverbs says “pay attention to what I say, listen closely to my words…for they are...

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Easter at High Kirk

Easter at High Kirk

28th March - Palm Sunday at 11.30 am - Online service 2nd April - Good Friday Communion at 8 pm...

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Alpha

Alpha

This year High Kirk are running an Alpha course online via Zoom. The Alpha course is a safe and...

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The Teenage Years

A vibrant safe place for our youth to grow in their faith and learn how to stand firm in a world which has more and more challenges to face.

Contact

Address:

65-71 Thomas Street,
Ballymena,
BT43 6AZ

Get in touch:

Call us: (028) 2564 4834
Email us: office@highkirk.org.uk

High Kirk Ballymena Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland | Northern Ireland charity number: NIC105563