During 2013, May Street opened the doors of its lecture hall every Sunday lunchtime as a weekly outreach to homeless people in Belfast. The programme is currently being re-structured and in the meantime the operation has been suspended. More details in due course....Read more
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May Street sanctuary resounded to the tuneful voices of the celebrated Grosvenor Choir which is holding a concert on the evening of October 19, 2013. This was a great opportunity to hear one of Northern Ireland’s leading choirs making full use of the acclaimed acoustics of May Street Church....Read more
The ladies of the Tuesday Circle are looking forward to coming out of hibernation after a break over the winter. The next meeting is on Tuesday March 25, 2014, when the Singing Chef will be entertaining us and we will be enjoying a light supper. The April meeting will be a talk by Ian McClune whose interest is clocks old...Read more
May Street Church once again hosted the annual World Women’s Day of Prayer service. The service took place on Friday March 7th and was well supported. May Street is an appropriate venue because the first Women’s World Day of Prayer service took place in our sanctuary 70 years ago. Thanks to all who helped make the occasion such a success....Read more
Historic May Street Church featured once again in the programme for European Heritage Open Day. The church was open on Saturday September 14 and Sunday September 15 and around 80 visitors signed the book on the Saturday, and 50 on the Sunday. A team of around 20 volunteers from May Street operated a rota, and were involved in showing visitors...Read more
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