Monthly Archives: September 2017

Foodbank speaker at May Street on September 28

The format of the weekly Thursday lunchtime services in May Street is being altered this term. The final service of each month will be conducted by a representative of a local Christian charity. We are grateful to David McAuley, chairman of the Urban Soul Community Interest Company, for taking on the administration of the outreach. We also express thanks to...
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Steady stream of visitors to May Street for EHOD

European Heritage Open Day on September 9/10 proved to be a popular event at May Street with some 120 visitors being attracted to the church. The weekend kicked off on the Friday afternoon when we played host to a party from Belfast Civic Trust, who were on a coach-tour of selected churches in Belfast. They were treated to a performance...
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Belfast Civic Trust to visit May Street on EHOD weekend

May Street Church will be welcoming a visiting group from Belfast Civic Trust on Friday September 8. The 30-strong group is visiting a number of historic churches in Belfast, including May Street Presbyterian (1829) and our neighbouring church of St Malachy’s (1844). This will be a pipe-opener for a busy weekend at May Street – the church is open on...
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Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI

May Street’s recently refurbished Urban Soul Venue was used as a base by Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI on Saturday August 19 in connection with their flag day. The hall was used as a base for collectors who were on duty in the city centre....
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