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May Street and the Elections

May Street Church played its part in the democratic process in May – by again providing a holding centre for hundreds of ballot boxes for three days prior to polling day. The boxes were kept under guard in the May Street lecture hall and then taken to the relevant polling stations for use in the election on May 22.  ...
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Presbyterian Historical Society to visit May Street

The Presbyterian Historical Society is set for a visit to May Street Church on Saturday June 14. Around 30 members will be participating in the visit, which will include a conducted tour of the historic church building and a short recital on the Binns Organ, which will be 100 years old this summer. Urban Soul Cafe will be opening to...
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European Heritage Open Day 2014

May Street Presbyterian Church will again be taking part in the European Heritage Open Day (EHOD) event in September. We will be throwing open our doors on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14 and we hope to get a large number of visitors. A particular point of interest will be the Binns Organ which will be celebrating its centenary...
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World Women’s Day of Prayer 2014

May Street Church was the venue for the Women’s World Day of Prayer service in Belfast on March 7, and was well supported. This year the theme was “Streams in the Desert” and the service was prepared by the Christian women of Egypt. Next year’s theme will be “Jesus Said to Them, Do You Know What I Have Done to...
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Funding breakthrough for outreach project.

May Street Presbyterian Church is delighted to announce that its Urban Soul outreach project has received a major funding boost which will help it in its efforts to reach out to the local community. We have been offered conditional funding worth £250,000 to develop the schoolroom area of our basement for use for community purposes. The funding will enable the...
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