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Re:Hope gathering pace at May Street

Re:Hope Belfast, the church plant which May Street is hosting, held a second pilot service in Urban Soul Cafe on Wednesday April 20. Around 30 people were present for the service, which was conducted by the Rev Josh Binstead and which featured praise led by a group which had travelled across from the mother church of Re:Hope Glasgow. Re:Hope Belfast...
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Food Bank Collection Point at May Street

A reminder about the Food Bank box in the May Street lecture hall. All contributions to the Food Bank are welcome, and thanks are expressed to all those who contribute regularly. Items are transferred every couple of weeks to Mornington Food Bank on Ormeau Road. Over the winter the Food Bank has provided emergency food supplies to more than 4,000...
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Update on Re:Hope on April 20

On Wednesday 20th April, Re:Hope Next Generation Bible Church from Glasgow will be holding a second service in Urban Soul Café. The Kingdom Come Worship Night service will start at 7.30pm and will be led by Andy Ashworth. Members and friends of May Street are very welcome to attend. Re:Hope is planning a church plant in May Street starting in...
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Teen Challenge Sunday night service at May Street

Teen Challenge, which operates in Urban Soul Café in the May Street Church basement, is expanding its programme of activities. With effect from Sunday 17th April, Teen Challenge will be running a fortnightly Sunday evening service in the sanctuary. Teen Challenge addresses the needs of those facing the issue of addiction....
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Youth for Christ at May Street

We are delighted to announce that Youth for Christ will be holding an event at May Street on the evening of Saturday April 16. For full information, contact Youth For Christ Northern Ireland, Manley House, 56 New Forge Lane, Belfast, BT9 5NW. Phone: +44 (0)28 90 66 79 80...
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