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Thursday service to feature speaker from Thompson House

The speaker at the Thursday Service on April 26 will be David Farrow, Director of Thompson House on Antrim Road in north Belfast. Thompson House is run by the Board of Social Witness and Helm Housing Association. It provides supported housing to offenders, whose behaviour can be managed and monitored in the interests of public safety and from where permanent...
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Thursday services resume

May Street’s programme of Thursday services resume after the Easter break on April 12 with the speaker being Rev Graeme Fowles, the newly appointed Vacancy Convenor. This will be the first service that Mr Fowles has conducted at May Street. Mr Fowles is the minister of Kilmakee Church at Dunmurry....
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Re:Hope Belfast Sunday evening service

Re:Hope Belfast is breaking new ground by starting a Sunday evening service. The first such service takes place in the May Street lecture hall on Easter Day, April 1. A gathering for prayer starts at 6.15pm and the service commences at 7pm. The expansion is to meet ever increasing numbers at the Sunday morning service. All welcome....
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Food Bank restocked

South Belfast Food Bank took delivery on March 28 of a further delivery of goods from May Street Church. The delivery weighed in at 51.5kg, so many thanks to all those who donated foodstuffs. The latest report from the Food Bank reads: We are always grateful to receive our main staples of meat, fish, tinned vegetables, cooking oil and Cereal...
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National Churches Trust

National Churches Trust, which was one of the funders of the May Street roof repair project, is organising three meetings in May Street this week – on Wednesday March 21, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd. The aim is to set up a focus group to offer assistance to those looking after historic church buildings of all Christian traditions. The objective...
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