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Alpha Course at May Street

Re:Hope Belfast is running a weekly Alpha course in May Street which started on Monday April 24 at 7pm. The opening event featured Tacos and live music from “Brash Isaac”. A cordial invitation is extended to all to take part in the course, which will run every Monday night over the next few weeks....
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Thanks from South Belfast Food Bank

Brenda Johnston from South Belfast Foodbank at Mornington Community Centre on the Ormeau Road reports that donations from May Street for the period from April 2016 to March 2017 had amounted to 334 kg, equivalent to three meals for 35 people for three days, in other words 315 meals. She has thanked May Street and its constituent groups for their...
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Re:Hope’s Glasgow Youth Squad gets to work

Around 12 members of Re:Hope’s Glasgow youth squad are rolling up their sleeves in May Street this week. Accompanied by two youth team leaders, the young people are busy decorating the rear lobby of the church building and undertaking a clear-up outside. We much appreciate their hard work and wish them every blessing during their four-day stay in Belfast....
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Teen Challenge at May Street

Teen Challenge’s 10th Anniversary Rally at May Street on Friday March 10 turned out to be a night to remember. The church was packed and the preacher was Pastor Nick Cassidy from Cork. Good to see the May Street balcony being used!...
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Women’s World Day of Prayer at May Street

Once again, May Street will be delighted to host the main Belfast service on World Women’s Day of Prayer, Friday March 3. This year the theme is “Am I Being Unfair to You” and prayers will focus on the Philippines. The women of the Philippines have put together the programme for the service. The service starts at 11am and all...
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