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The Ballynahinch Company is participating in the fund-raising efforts of Girls Brigade Northern Ireland Uganda Project. Company Captain Joy Hall explains,” As (GBNI) approaches its 125th anniversary it has partnered with Fields of Life and generously committed to raising funds to build a school and provide education, opportunity and hope for 366 pupils in Karwa […]
“The Minister, Rev Dr George Speers and congregation were pleased to welcome the Rev Mark Armstrong and The Worshipful the Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Paul Hamill as guest speakers for their Harvest Thanksgiving Services. A candid look behind the scenes found many of the children and young people appreciating the displays of Gods […]
Youth Fellowship meeting up to hear from the team who went to Uganda for a fortnight during the Summer.
There was a good attendance from across all sections of the 2nd Ballynahinch Company of 71 boys who attended the Annual Enrolment Service on Sunday 8th October. The church minister and company Chaplin Rev Dr George Speers chaired proceedings, welcoming the many members family and friends in attendance. Guest speaker Rev Edward McKenzie, minister of […]
Congratulations to the boys of the Company Section of the B.B. who play brilliantly and scored lots of goals to get to the final of the Down Battalion 5 aside football competition.After a tense 0-0 draw the final went to penaltieswhere they lost in a sudden death shoot out.
The autumn Missionary outreach commenced with a visit from Rev Walter Madimutsa, appointed by SIM (Serving in Mission) to work in Zimbabwe. Walter and his wife Ella are both trained educationalists by profession and are no strangers to Northern Ireland having graduated from Belfast Bible College in 2012. The following year they returned as Mission […]
Hope you can make it to the Bible Study and Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 8pm. John will continue his series on 1st Thessalonians. Martin Luther said, “The Bible cannot be understood simply by study or talent; you must count only on the influence of the Holy Spirit.”