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Scaffolding dismantled at May Street

The final pieces of scaffolding at May Street Church were dismantled on Friday February 2, and JPM Contracts are off to their next project in Dungannon. We thank them for all their hard work. The outcome is that at last – and for the first time for many years – we have a watertight building. One immediate benefit is that...
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February issue of The Greeting now available

The February issue of the May Street Church magazine The Greeting is now available. It contains articles about World Women’s Day of Prayer, Street Pastors, Re:Hope Belfast as well as various updates on May Street Church itself. If you would like an e-copy of the magazine, please email maystreetpresbyterian@gmail.com...
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Prayers Around the Cross

May Street Church was represented at the annual Prayers Around the Cross service held in St Malachy’s Church on January 25. It was a most moving service, held as part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The service focused on the modern-day problems caused by people trafficking and slavery, and prayers were offered for those affected. Members of...
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Let There Be Light

Thanks to the Department for Infrastructure for responding to May Street’s request that the broken street light at the rear of May Street Church should be reinstated. The light had been on the blink for a couple of months but now it is shining brightly again. This is particularly appreciated by those who use the church in the evening, including...
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Henry Cooke artefacts donated to Union Theological College

Following a request from the Presbyterian Church’s Union Theological College, May Street Session and Committee agreed to donate several artefacts which have links to May Street’s first minister, Dr Henry Cooke. The cleric, known to many as the “Black Man” after the statue that stands outside RBAI in College Square East, was also President of Union College, so there are...
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