The Hymns of Fanny Crosby
An Evening with the
Derry & Donegal
Presbytery Choir
Sunday 24 March at 7pm
Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church.
With supper to follow in the hall.
An offering will be taken in aid of the church property fund.
Glendermott Parish Church
Variety Concert
Canon Kelly Hall
Friday 5th April at 7:30pm
Tickets: Adult £10 Children £5
In aid of Church building fund.
Acts include Lisnagelvin School Choir, Ebrington School Choir, Rev David McBeth,
The Tullintrain Pipe Band and others.
Tearfund presents:
Faith at the Musicals
Four fabulous singers will perform an evening of favourite songs from leading
West End Shows.
Saturday 30th March
The Guildhall
7:30 to 9:30pm
Tickets are selling fast and only available on-line at:
The Ripple Effect
Sunday  31st March @ 7.30pm
Presbytery Youth Centre,
Strand Road (Exodus)
Praise led by Andy Lamberton. Speaker Eugen Peters
(CEF Ireland)
Young people of secondary school age are welcome.
An evening of Metrical Psalms Sunday 31st March at 7.30pm
Derry & Donegal
Presbytery Choir at
Fahan Presbyterian Church.
Offering will be taken in aid of Romanian Ministries and Church funds.
Everyone very welcome.
A Taste of Spring
Cookery Demonstration
with Ian Orr
Kilfennan Pres. Church
Monday 1st April
Light Refreshments provided
In aid of Church Building Fund.
Suggested donation £7.50.
Pay at door.

Kids Big Day Out
Who? What? Where?
When? Why?
Saturday 6 April 2019
1:45 to 4pm
Wellington Presbyterian Church
Ticket costs: £4

Tickets available from
Tel. 028 90322284
Herald—New for 2019,
Digital Version now available for £12 per year
Please see Lynn Young for details
Disabled Christian Fellowship
The DCF meet on the 3rd Saturday of each month (September to June) in the Baptist Church, Richill Park at 3 PM. We welcome all who have a disability or those more senior members of the community. The charity enjoys times of fellowship, friendship and outings. Transport to and from our services can be arranged. We are seeking new members and helpers to join us. If you can help please speak to Anne Boyd or Ruby Millar.