11:00 am - JAM
- Bible Class
7:15 pm - Youth Fellowship
2:00pm - Senior Moments (2nd & 4th)
7:15 pm - Bowling Club
5:00pm - Brownies & Rainbows
7:00 pm - Girl Guides
- Guides (Senior Section)
7:15 pm - Bell Ringers
7:30 pm - Select Vestry (1st)
- Women's Fellowship (2nd)
7:30 pm - Senior Choir
8:00 pm - 20s & 30s Life Group
7:30 pm - Men's Group
10:00am - Craft Group (2nd & 4th)
7:30 pm - Bible Study
10:00am - Busy Bees
6:30pm - Beavers & Cubs
8:00pm - Scouts
JAM (Jesus and Me) is for primary age children, and meets in the church halls each Sunday morning. On the first Sunday of the month, which is a Holy Communion Service, the children go directly to JAM activities. On the second, third and fifth Sundays the children attend the first part of Morning Prayer and leave during the service to go to the hall. On the fourth Sunday there is a Family Service with the children in church for the full service and often participating in the worship activities.
SNYF is our Youth Fellowship which caters for young people of post primary School age. The group meets on a Sunday evening in the church halls and is a Bible based fellowship supporting the spiritual growth of the young people. SNYF also provides a range of outings and experiences for the young people and provides the opportunity for them to become involved in the wider youth programmes of the Diocese.
Senior Moments is a group for those over 50 years of age. The group meets on a monthly basis and as part of the activities also has a luncheon club. A wide variety of talks, demonstrations etc are provided for the membership which includes both parishioners and non-parishioners.
The church is blessed to have a bell tower and this group provides the sound of church bells ringing for the town. The group meets for practice on a Tuesday evening and locals often comment on the pleasant sound of bells that can be heard around the town.
The parish has a well-supported Bowling Club which meets in the church hall during the winter months which provides a recreational opportunity for those who attend. The club is attended by parishioners and others who are not members of the church. The club is involved in matches as participants in the local churches league.
Scouts, Rainbows, Brownies, Guides
These organisations operate under the wider umbrella of the relevant national organisations but are grounded in St. Nicholas’ church. They hold their meetings in the church halls and where relevant hold organisation related services or participate in other relevant services in the church.
The Women’s Fellowship group meets on a monthly basis and provides an opportunity for the ladies of the Parish to meet in a Christian based setting. A wide and varied programme of talks, demonstrations, visits etc is provided throughout the year. In recent times they have co-ordinated congregational support for collections for Baby Basics and Seamen’s Christian Friends Society, Port of Belfast.
The craft group meets in the church hall and the members work together to produce a wide range of creations. Annually the group holds a craft fair in the period leading up to Christmas with the proceeds being donated to the church or associated charities.
Busy Bees is a structured play group for pre-school children, their parents and often grandparents. The group meets on a Friday morning in the church halls where a wide variety of educational and stimulating toys and activities are provided. This group attracts both parishioners and non-parishioners and has proven to be an important outreach work supporting parents of young children.
Bible Class is for young adults of post primary school age and meets in the church halls each Sunday morning. On the first Sunday of the month, which is a Holy Communion Service, the group goes directly to bible class activities. On the second, third and fifth Sundays the children attend the first part of Morning Prayer and leave during the service to go to the hall. On the fourth Sunday there is a Family Service with the everyone in church for the full service and often participating in the worship activities.
20s - 30s Life Group
We want to be intentional in meeting regularly to be in fellowship with one other and study God’s word. We meet every other Wednesday at 8pm. This will be a great opportunity for us to learn from one other and to support and encourage each other in our walks with Jesus.
Are you one of the male members of our church family? Then Men's Group is the group for you! We meet once a month for a time of fellowship and a chance to engage with some incredible, thought-provoking speakers! If interested, please speak to Phillip for more information - we would be thrilled to have you there!
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028 9336 0061
St Nicholas' Parish Halls
3 Lancasterian Street