These days, hope can feel like it’s in short supply. Hope for the future, hope for others, hope for a return to something normal. But hope is vital. 

And although each day feels like a step towards a new chapter, we know that for some, harder times may just be beginning.
As followers of Jesus Christ we want to be people who offer hope and support.

Over the coming weeks Bangor Parish Church will be introducing a range of services — from free clothing & emergency food support to a confidential prayer line — to support those in greatest need.
These services are available to you, your family members, your neighbours, or perhaps just someone you know is in need.
Whoever you are and whatever your need… we want you to know that you are not alone. We are with you.

We’re praying for our neighbourhood; street by street, home by home, business by business for peace, protection and prosperity.
Although we may still be distant in body, we’re never truly far away. There is a place you can come to for help.

Offering Hope and Support: 

Free Clothing Store

High quality, free clothing.

For Adults & Children






Emergency Food Support

If you need emergency food support, or know someone who does, please get in touch.

Clothing and emergency food support are available on Thursdays from 6th August, from 2PM to 4PM, at Bangor Parish Church Hall, 2A Hamilton Road, Bangor, BT20 4LE


Prayerline

Get connected to hope. All calls are confidential.

Call 028 9131 1348

Tuesdays at 7PM-9PM


Compassion Ministry

Whoever you are and whatever your need… we want you to know you are not alone, We Are With You. Every Thursday, in our Compassion Store (2A Hamilton Road) from 2PM-4PM you can come for emergency food support and free good quality clothing.


40 Days of Prayer

For 40 days, as a Church family, we are praying for peace, protection and prosperity over our town. As followers of Jesus we know that prayer is a vital gift from God; in prayer we can come to the creator and sustainer of the Universe knowing that He is powerful and loving. We’re focusing on the streets within our geographical parish boundary which encompasses the town centre, schools, businesses, 150 streets and over 4,000 homes.

Every day our Church family is emailed a list of streets to pray God’s peace, protection and prosperity over. It is such a privilege to pray for our town and those who live in it. Some in our Church family drive to those streets each morning to pray for the people who live there!