Welcome to Glenburn Methodist Church

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- Posted on 17 Dec 2015

Welcome To Glenburn Methodist Church

We are a Church striving to be at the heart of our community bringing the love and peace of Jesus to all. We are always glad to welcome visitors to our services or events. Why not try our ‘Open Door’ on a Thursday morning and as John, our Minister, says, ‘have a wee cup of Tea or Coffee’.  You can also check out our recent activities and events on our Facebook page by clicking on the ‘f’ in the top right corner above.




  • Sunday 24th September 2017

    11.00am Freedom Sunday/Family Service

    7.00pm Evening Service

    Sunday 1st October

    11.00am Rev. John Mbayo – Holy Communion, JIGSAW

    5.30-8.30pm Make a Joyful Sound

    Sunday 8th October

    11.00am Harvest & Gift Day – Dr Scott Bolt, JIGSAW

    7.00pm Rev. Ken Connor

    Sunday 15th October

    11.00am Rev. Karen Mbayo, JIGSAW

    7.00pm Rev. John Mbayo

    Sunday 22nd October

    11.00am Rev. John Mbayo

    7.00pm Rev. Ken Connor

    Sunday 29th October

    11.00am Family Service

    7.00pm Ms Rosemary Hamilton

    Crèche is normally available during the morning service in the McMaster Chapel, with the exception of July and August

    Communion is normally held at the morning service on the 1st Sunday of the month.
  • We are privileged to have John Mbayo as our minister. Originally from Zambia he is married to Karen and has two children, Joshua and Abigail. He knows NI well being married to a local girl and having worked in Helens Bay, Cullybackey and Dundonald. In addition to his ministry in Glenburn, John and Karen are committed to their ISAKA (meaning community and understanding) charity in Zambia. It is directed towards the provision of primary and secondary schools, a health clinic and a vocational skills training centre in an area of need in Zambia.
  • Prayer is a rewarding and life enhancing conversation with God. But at times it can be difficult. You can feel isolated from others, running out of things to say and getting distracted.

    Jesus encouraged his followers to pray regularly and discipline is needed to accomplish that. Daily prayers help by developing a habit.

    If you would like us to pray for someone, use the Contact Us button above to let us know.

    If you would like us to post a prayer, please use the Contact Us button above to send it to us.

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