Whether you are exploring Christian faith or are keen to find somewhere to belong, we would love for you to join with online for Church at Home this Sunday.

On Site Services

For the month of January we are moving to ONLINE services. In order to best protect and serve one another and our wider community we are continuing to follow government and public health guidance therefore our on-site services are currently suspended. To read the statement from the four Northern Church of Ireland Bishops click here.

Church at Home

Each week, our Sunday service will be live streamed from the church building at 11am on our YouTube channel . Live streaming means that you can watch the services LIVE, as they happen.

Practically speaking there are a few things to note about live streaming. You can watch the live stream by going directly to our YouTube channel on at the time of the service or if you are on our mailing list you will receive an email ahead of time with the link to view the livestream. However, an important point to note is the video stream will not start until shortly before the beginning of the service. If you are a few minutes late to start the live stream, it will not start from the beginning but will commence at whatever point we are at in the live service. If this happens and you would like to watch the service from the beginning you will need to rewind the video to view it from the start. 

Our services will also be made available on our YouTube channel shortly after the live stream has finished. So if you have missed them live you can catch up later!

As a Church family we can worship God anywhere, any day of the week, through thanks and praise sung aloud or spoken in our hearts. In every moment of our lives we can praise God for who He is! So, as we look forward to gathering together online and on-site, we remember that God has joined us together as a family and He is not bound by space or time. Praise God for His Holy Spirit who is alive, active and at work wherever we are!

“And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:20