Join us on Wednesday 5th December for Carols and Cocoa
6:30—Carols, games, and a thought for the season with cocoa, mince pies, and other Christmas treats
All ages welcome.
To find out about the Methodist Church in Ireland click here.
To find out more about Missions work in the congregation click here.
Shane Claibourne – an inspiration for Mission One.
11.00am–12.00pm Morning Worship @ Skainos [includes Crèche and Sunday School for infants through to children age 14]
7–8.30pm Womens Group
10am–12 KIDZGap [Kids, guardians and parents group for pre nursery]
2–3.30pm Friendship Circle [Senior citizens meeting]
7 – 8.30 pm Bible study group at Skainos
6.30–8pm Friday Fusion [Youth club for primary school kids]
We meet together because we all learn from each other. The main time we get together is on a Sunday morning from 11.00 to 12.00 and also from 7pm to 8pm. During this gathering we reflect on God by singing, reading and talking together. This is our time to meet as a family and so all ages are welcome. If you are interested in listening to a sample of the teaching check out the ‘teaching’ tab.We also meet together in our homes as small groups, check out the small groups tab for more information. There are other groups that get together throughout the week – check out the tabs on the side of this page to find out what’s happening this week.
When we meet as a whole family, it’s impossible to get to know each other. Real discipleship can only happen when we learn together and support each other. When we meet as small groups it gives us the opportunity to share how we can put the words of Jesus into practice in our everyday lives. There are a number of small groups already happening in the Belfast area that you might want to become part of or alternatively, you can begin a new group. Being part of a small group allows you not only to grow deeper relationships with each other but also to ask questions and learn in a way that doesn’t happen in a large group setting. For more information email Mark Sweeney who heads up this project on email@example.com or contact 9045 8560.
The Church Council are the group of people who help to lead the congregation at EBM. Together, they attempt to discern the priorities for life at EBM and help create a focus for our action together. They meet every 6–8weeks to discuss the activities of the congregation and ways to develop congregational life as we grow together as disciples.
The Council members are:
Gary Mason: Superintendent Minister
Gary Crooks: Circuit Steward
David Gibson: Assistant Circuit Steward
Billy Orr: Assistant Society Steward
David Boal: Property Steward
Harriet Long: Council secretary
Colleen Dawson: Congregational representative
Meta Halliday: Congregation representative
Elaine Beggs: Congregation representative
Gillian Kane: Congregation representative
Gail Mercer: Congregation representative
Heidi Blair: Congregation representative
Stacey Trimble: Congregational representative