The Pantry Project
The Pantry Project is a project of The Churches Trust. It was established as a crisis response to meet the needs of people who find themselves in a situation of extreme hardship.
Please consider donating non-perishable foods.
Bring food items in next week,
Sunday 4 March.
Church Membership Classes
Classes are to be arranged during March/April of 2018 for anyone wishing to take Communion for the first time at the end of April.
(Young people who have reached Lower sixth year of school or first year of College are eligible to become church members).
To register interest in becoming a member of Ebrington church please speak to Rev Paul Linkens as soon as possible.
Summer Outreach/Mission Teams
Anyone going on Christian Outreach/Mission Teams this summer should speak to Uel Harvey, as soon possible, for information on applying for financial support.
Closing date for applications
31st March 2018
Life. Faith. Meaning.
Held in conjunction with Clooney Hall Methodist
All Saints Clooney and
@ 3 Clooney Park East
Thursday at 7.30pm
From 15 Feb to 22 March.
Speak to David Simpson for more information.
Londonderry OMF Breakfast
Saturday 10 March 2018
We invite you to join us for a light breakfast and to hear about how the Lord is at work amongst East Asia’s billions.
White Horse Hotel
68 Clooney Road
9 am – 11 am
Recommended donation- £7.50 Speakers
Trevor Warner – OMF UK Assistant Director for Mobilisation
Evie Craig- Thailand
Please ‘sign up’ on the sheet marked OMF Breakfast, which is at both the front and side doors.
School of Evangelism 2018
Crown Jesus Ministry, Belfast
The aim of the course is to inspire, equip and release people into
The six month course (Jan-June) is accredited by Moorlands College.
Course is run in Belfast but an on-line option is available.
Leaflets on porch table
PCI Family Holiday 2018
Castlewellan Castle, Co. Down
Tuesday 3—Friday 6 April
Leaflets and booking from available from porch table.
Financial assistance available.
Work on Lecture/Sports Hall
Work has now begun in the Lecture/Sports Hall and no access is permitted.
Contractors will be working in the Hall until further notice.
Entrance by the May Street door into the main church building will be available on a Sunday morning.
An interactive day for 12-18s to ask their big questions about God. Sat 10 March, Methodist College, Belfast.
Pick-up a flyer from porch table.
PCI Young Adults Conference
Crumlin Road Gaol
Fri 23 to Sat 24 March 2018
Cost of Conference: £55
Cost of Conference &
Online booking from 8 Jan 2018 at www.presbyterianireland.org/transform
Gift Aid: What is it?
Gift Aid is an income tax relief which increases the value of your donations by 25% because the Church can reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift aid at no extra cost to you.
How do I give?
All you need to do is fill out a Gift Aid Declaration form. This is a statement confirming that you want to donate through Gift Aid and the Church will receive tax back on your donation.
Gift Aid Declaration forms can be requested through the Gift Aid Secretary (Miss Kathleen McConnell) or your elder.
Am I eligible for Gift Aid?
For the Church to claim Gift Aid on your donation you must first have paid UK Income or Capital Gains
Tax in that financial year. Please note from April 2017 the income tax personal allowance has increased
to £11,500 (£11,000 in 2016). If your income is below £11,500 you will no longer be able to claim Gift
Aid on eligible donations.
Once Upon an Egg
by Roy Porter
Once upon an Egg is the story of a memory that took my wife Anne and I on a journey to Switzerland in order to become part of a ministry that would see thousands of children and young people and indeed many adults come to faith in Christ. The egg was Anne’s memory; the ministry came about as a direct call to me from God. The book not only tells of our role in this ministry, but it also tells how our family became involved. The book is written as an encouragement to other Christians in ministry, and most importantly to the Glory of God.
Also “Released”, his second book, is the life story of the author. It tells of a secular and spiritual journey during which the reader will find religion and romance, history and humour, grief and gladness. But above all, the book tells of the privilege of knowing a God whose faithfulness is revealed in His release of salvation, grace and protection to the life and lives of all featured within its pages. It is to that God, the sovereign Lord, that the author gives all the praise and the glory.
Roy Porter was formerly an engineering supervisor with a large American synthetic fibre company who resigned to become a missionary with a children’s missionary organisation. He along with his wife Anne, also a director, ministered to children and teenagers in Northern Ireland and in the Isle of Man. Now retired, Roy is the author of children’s short stories and Christian novels and devotionals.
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