He is risen indeed!
This Lent we are focusing on our giving to the South Belfast Foodbank. They urgently need tinned fruit, sugar, rice, cereal & toiletries. Please leave your gifts in the shopping trolley at the back of the Church.
The season of Lent starts on Ash Wednesday and runs for the 40 days until Easter. It is a time of preparation for the celebration of Easter, and can include prayer, repentance, and self-denial.
After Epiphany comes the countdown to the penitential season of Lent.
The Bach Cantata Consort are back! This Sunday evening (20th January) at 7pm they will perform another of Bach’s Cantatas, as part of our evening service. Everyone is more than welcome – and there’s usually a cup of tea afterwards! They perform a cantata on the third Sunday of every month, apart from the Christmas … Continue reading Bach Cantata
At this time, we remember the Magi (or Wise Men), who came from the East to to worship the king of the Jews – bringing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to Jesus. We realise that God is reaching out to the whole world.
Our celebration of Christmastide begins with the 11pm Holy Communion on Christmas Eve, and the twelve days of Christmas run from Christmas Day until 5th January. Merry Christmas!
Everyone is invited to our Christmas services this year, which are: Children’s Nativity & Christingle Service – Sun 9th Dec Carol Services – Sun 16th Dec (10:30 & 7pm) Holy Communion – Sun 23rd 10:30am Christmas Eve Holy Communion – Mon 24th 11pm Family Christmas Day Service – Sun 25th 10:30am
During Advent we look back to Christ’s first coming, as a baby, in Bethlehem – and look forward to his return in triumph as king.
On Saturday 9th June, at 7.30pm in St Thomas’, Nicolas Fink directs a programme of Sacred music with Chamber Choir Ireland, reflecting on the very personal relationships each of the composers had with their own faith and how they expressed that in the individual works. Reger’s work deeply rooted in the protestant tradition with the … Continue reading Chamber Choir Ireland