We are a Church striving to be at the heart of our community bringing the love and peace of Jesus to all.
Due to the guidelines set out by the government, and following instructions from MCI, we unfortunately are unable to gather for worship on Sundays. Worship services are cancelled over the coming weeks, as are all activities that would take place during the week.
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Our postal address is: Glenburn Methodist Church, 6 Glensharragh Gardens, Belfast, BT6 9PE
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The Rev. Dr. Thomas McKnight, the President of the Methodist in Ireland and Mrs. Hazel Loney, the Lay Leader of Conference have, on behalf of the Methodist Church in Ireland have issued the following Statement on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh:
The members of the Methodist Church in Ireland join with millions of others around the world in offering our sympathy to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and her whole family on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
His life has been one of service from his distinguished war time service in the Royal Navy to his role as consort for over 70 years.
The Duke will be remembered for many things such as the award which bears his name and which opened up a whole new world of skills and activities which enriched and continue to enrich the lives of generations of young people.
Most of all the Duke will be remembered as a loving husband and support to Her Majesty – a love which death cannot break.
We commend Her Majesty, her family and all who mourn the Duke’s passing to the love of God.
Last year as we entered our first lockdown, WDR and our sister department World Mission Partnership, shared weekly Prayers of Solidarity to help Irish Methodists lift their eyes beyond this island and remember our global family.
As Covid-19 continues to have an impact on us globally, we will once again be sharing Prayers of Solidarity.
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WORLD MISSION PARTNERSHIP
As part of our online worship on Sunday 14th February 2021 we heared about the work of World Mission partnership. Why not check out this years annual report by clicking the attached link
You can also download a copy of the WMP Prayer card (mentioned in today’s service) from Ghana here:
Or if you would like to donate to their work then you can find out how by clicking here:
Support available for families from EBM
WORLD DEVELOPMENT & RELIEF
We invite you to join together in a daily rhythm of prayer… Why not set an alarm to remind yourself to stop and pray. In so many ways, it is easy to feel helpless in this current crisis, but prayer invites us to have hope and faith in a God who is with us. So anytime you feel overwhelmed or helpless, cry out to God in prayer and plead for his intervention. Be expectant to see him at work.