Welcome to St John’s Newtownbreda
All our activities and organisations are open to everyone in the community.
On Sundays we come together – all ages – to celebrate the Good News that we can do these things through the love and grace and mercy of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Just with any family, we always have room for more and we become members together through the guidance of the Holy Spirit and knowing Jesus Christ His Son as our Saviour and Lord.
‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’
Matthew 25: 37- 40 (NIV)
“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’
‘Whatever you did for the one of the least of these ….. you did for me’
As followers of Jesus Christ, we take these words seriously.
We seek to find ways to provide welcome, nourishment – spiritual and physical, friendship, support, shelter, encouragement and a sense of belonging.
An Evening with Monica Mc Williams Newtownbreda’s PW hosted an evening with Monica McWilliams to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. Monica McWilliams spoke on the theme ‘What is still needed for peace building in Northern Ireland and beyond’. This was an open meeting with a supper. We
As churches and community hubs on the Ormeau Road, we are aware of the rising costs of food and heating and of the challenges this poses to each of us this winter. We are especially concerned for the elderly, the isolated and the vulnerable in our community. Cosy hubs are a simple way of coming
If English is your second language and you would like to improve it we have a range of classes tailored for our congregation. With different levels of classes available starting on Tuesday September 2022, not only do you get the class but dinner is also provided. Classes will take place every Tuesday from 6pm-7.30pm in
We are delighted to be able to let our congregation know that we have installed a smart defibrillator in a locked, climate-controlled cabinet on the outside of the St John’s Hall, beside the cycle rack, at the entrance to the foyer of the Halls complex. If the device is ever needed, call 999, tell the
Order of Service Sunday 1 October 2023 Rev Andy Galbraith Communion Welcome & Announcements Denis Guiler Introit Behold the Lamb of God Call to Worship Hymn IPH 148 Men of Faith Prayer of Adoration & Confession inc. Lord’s Prayer Children’s Address, Sandy Kane Being thankful for the little things