A Harvest Cream Tea is taking place on Saturday 12th October 2019 from 3pm – 5pm and on Sunday 13th October from 5pm – 6:30pm.
Our church youth team to South Africa invite you to an informal evening of instrumental music performances by team members, friends & special guest Rebekah Durstan BEM, Fri 24th May at 7.30pm, (Birney Room/Café area.)
Light refreshments will be served & all donations will support Exodus Team 25.
Everyone is welcome!
The Managing Director of Africa Christian Textbooks (ACTS), Rev Luka Vandi, will be speaking in High Kirk Presbyterian church on Sunday evening 12th May at 6.30pm.
He will be preaching from God’s Word and sharing about the progress and significance of the Hausa Africa Bible Commentary.
Rev Vandi will be passionately communicating the importance of having literature in the Hausa language for the advance of the gospel in northern Nigeria and beyond.
If you want to hear more and how you can prayerfully support this vital work then join with us in worship and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee after the service.
You are invited to Alpha for a time of food, conversation and talks that make you think.
What is Alpha?
Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment.
At High Kirk Presbyterian Church, 65-71 Thomas St, Ballymena BT43 6AZ
Thursday evenings at 6.30pm (beginning with a meal)
From 25th April to 27th June
Day Away to Corrymeela, Ballycastle
Saturday 15th June (9.30am to 3.30pm)
Contact: Keith McIlroy
We hope that you are being blessed by the Thy Kingdom Come resources online and through your ministries.
Here are a few little ideas to keep you motivated in your praying and desires to see your friends and family come to know Jesus!
Here are five easy ways to pray for five people regularly. Choose the one that suits you best.
1. PIECE OF STRING
Take a piece of string or cord, and tie five knots in it to represent each of the five people you have committed to pray for. You could carry the knotted string in your pocket, tie it round your wrist or place it somewhere that you’ll see it regularly. Use the knots to remind you to pray for each person on your list of five.
2. SMALL STONES
Find five small stones (light coloured ones are best) and write each of the people on your list onto each of the stones. Place them on your desk, bedside table or fireplace as a reminder to pray. Alternatively, you could place each stone in a different room of your home and pray for each person as you enter or leave the room.
3. BUSINESS PRAYER CARD OR BOOKMARK
Grab a piece of card that will easily fit inside your wallet, purse or book. Write your list of five names onto the card before putting it in your wallet or book. Use this card as a daily reminder to pray for them.
4. PRAYER ALERTS
Add your list of five people to the alerts section of your phone and set reminders to pray for them. You could choose one name per day, or pray for all five across your day. Remember to set alerts for a suitable time where you can stop to pray for your list.
5. POST-IT NOTES
Use five post-it notes and write one name onto each. Stick them onto your mirror, above your bed or somewhere that you’ll see them regularly and will be reminded to pray.
We pray that God will awaken your heart with a desire to make His kingdom known in your families, friendships, work places and wherever you find yourselves!
“Experience for yourselves and the truth and the truth shall free you” John 8v32
This summer we have 20 teenagers from High Kirk, engaging with mission on a global scale. In July and August the teams will be going to take part in the work of Exodus in India, Romania, Czech Republic and Hungary as well as slight closer to home in Maynooth, Ireland. From February the teams have been meeting to get to know each other, read the bible together and to explore the theme of this year, what it means to Live Free. While they are on placement, they will be getting involved in practical work, kids clubs, work in orphanages and helping the church in whatever way they can!
India 9th- 23rd July
Romania- 9th-19th July
Czech Republic 12th-22nd August
Hungary 2nd-12th July Maynooth 19th-22nd August
The young people have big dreams for what they want to see God do while they are on team;
My dream is to help make an impact on at least one person’s life and to show them what it means to have hope!- Amy Turner
My dream is to make a connection with the people that we meet, and to be able to help them in the best way we can!- Lauren Hood
The Czech Republic and Hungary girls are dreaming that God would do immeasurably more than they could ask or imagine!!
Our prayer would be that
– God would be glorified in all that we do
– That we would provide great help to the pastor in our placements
– That the team would be united
– That we would have safety in travel
– That the people we meet and we ourselves would grow to love God more and experience His goodness
If you would like to contribute to any of the work, please speak to Andrew Dickson or Lisa Jackson.