Activities

Sunday Services. We meet for worship each Sunday morning at 11.00am.  There is a service of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. We have a joint healing evening service 7.00pm once a month with Kill O' the Grange Parish Church.

Senior Citizens. Monday Club meet on Monday afternoons at 2.45 for 3.00 in Ailt an Oir. Tea and cakes are provides for the members and a special speaker or activity takes place between 3.30 pm. and 4.00 pm. 

Youth Activities.    There is a Sunday Club for primary-school-aged children and a creche for under this age each Sunday in parallel with the morning Church Services. There is also a Youth Discussion Group.

There is also a Youth Discussion Group called "Nosh and Natter" which meets for a meal and chat in the Epworth Centre - contact Daire at 085 814 3402.

On Wednesday evenings the Brownies meet in the church hall.
 
Open Door.  The church is open each Tuesday morning from 10am to 12noon for people to drop in, have a chat, have a 'cuppa' or just sit, meditate, read or pray. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served.  See Poster.
 
Baby & Toddlers.   A Baby and Toddlers Group meets in the church on Tuesdays 3pm - 4,30pm.  More Details

Prayer Chain.

There is a Prayer Chain is for people who want immediate prayer support – e.g. bereavement, sudden illness; accidents, anxieties of any sort and has been of great help and comfort to many.   Confidentiality is of the upmost importance. 

Other Activities.

The Church Bible Study, led by the Minister,  meets on Wednesdays at 10.30am in Ailt an Oir, Glenageary
 
A Ladies Bible Study group meets on Thursday evenings every 2 weeks between September and June in people’s homes. 
 
Another Bible Study group  meets fortnightly on Tuesday evenings during October to May in people’s homes. 

The church is open on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings of each month when some members gather to pray for the church and other concerns.. Contact the minister for details or more information.

Our church hall is used during the week by Enable Ireland to provide their services to our local community.