We had a wonderful night on 31st October 2019 at our annual Light the Night event. We had a great night of music, face painting, balloons, and food for our bodies and our souls! Thank you to everyone who helped set up the grounds, cooked burgers and hot dogs, manned the bouncy castles, and stayed behind to clear up afterwards. And a huge thank you to our local CO-OP at Rosetta who donated sweets to give out to all the little ghosts and ghouls and fairy princesses! It was great to see our church family all working together to put on this fun evening for our community, and we loved seeing lots of families coming to have a great night out together, and all free of charge. Everyone is also welcome at our Sunday service each week at 11am!
Make a date with a friend for morning coffee in St Andrew’s on Saturday 15th October, to enjoy home made cakes and help tearfund
Bake some cakes to sell at our cake sale for tearfund
Enter our fun competition in one of the following categories
CELEBRITY BAKE Help yourself to one of the celebrity recipes on the notice board, try it at home and enter in our competition (or download the recipes from the tearfund Big Bake website)
MY SHOWSTOPPER Enter your favourite family recipe.
- Cake judging will be at 10.15, and cakes will be available to buy and try afterwards.
We were delighted to welcome back our PCI Impact Team this summer, under Rachel Bingham's leadership, with some familiar and some new faces. We are very grateful to them for all their hard work, and for the vitality and energy they brought to our church while they were staying here. Thanks to Cregagh Community Centre for shower facilities, and to many of our members for providing lunches, dinners and goodies, plus all the background workers who kept the premises comfortable for the team.
The team ran a Holiday Bible Club in the mornings, and met with teens in the evenings.
We had a picnic lunch in the Walled Garden in Bangor before heading off on our walk.
We walked through Stricklands Glen, and along the coast towards Pickie.
Back to the Walled Garden to enjoy a seat in the sun.
After a lovely day in Bangor we went back to the church for a barbecue.
A relaxing end to a lovely day out, sitting in the sun on the church patio.
This qualification is for anyone in the church who handles food.
We are hoping to do the training online in the Minor Hall, and the approximate cost will be £35. Anyone interested (whether you have completed it before or not), please contact Moyra as soon as possible and we will try to arrange a date and time to suit everyone.