Welcome to Kilbride Presbyterian Church

Kilbride Presbyterian Church is a group of ordinary believers who love Jesus.  We believe that the kingdom grows through prayer-filled, worship-centred witness.  Kilbride is a place of welcome for all who desire to know Jesus better and then by His spirit are equipped to spread his love with others to the glory of the Father.  We would love you to join us for Sunday worship at 11.30 am.

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Events

COMMUNICANTS CLASS

Classes will begin on Sunday 22nd October at 10:15am in the Foyer of the Church Hall.

Anyone is welcome to attend. For more information talk to Karen.

MEN’S BIBLE STUDY

Monday 16th October at 8:00pm Kilbride Room

Speaker: Mr Steve Kennedy

All men are welcome and the studies are informal and without any pressure to take part.

STREET PASTOR TRAINING

Street Pastor’s will be starting training for anyone who wants to join the team.

Training begins on Tuesday evenings at Corr’s Corner Hotel, Newtownabbey at 6:30pm – 9:30pm.

19th September – Communication Skills

26th September – Good News

3rd October – First Aid

10th October – Drugs & Alcohol

17th October – Role of Police

24th October – Youth & Safeguarding

31st October – Knowing Your Community

7th November – Mental Health

15th November (Wed) – Prayer on the streets 21st November – Suicide Awareness SAFETALK

28th November – Roles & Responsibilities (1)

29th November (Wed) – Roles & Responsibilities (2)

For more information email: newtownabbey@streetpastors.org.uk

Sunday Services

Sunday 15th October

10-15am Sunday School and Bible Class

10-30am Prayer Meeting in Prayer Room

11-30am Morning Service with BB enrolment.

7-00pm Café Church continues, come along as we continue our series in what it means to be a covenant family and look at the issue of ‘identity’. The worship will be lead by Unite

Sunday 22nd October

10-15am Sunday School and Bible Class

10-30am Prayer Meeting in Prayer Room

11-30am All Age Family Service. We will be learning about the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation and the important lessons we can learn from this time.

Sunday 29th October

10-15am Sunday School and Bible Class

10-30am Prayer Meeting in Prayer Room

11-30am Morning Service

7-00pm Navigate continues

 

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