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Listed below are all the announcements happening in our around Fitzroy over the coming days and weeks.  To move between announcements, you can use the sidebar on the left or click on the Permalink at the bottom of each story.

 

Ballyclare Male Choir in Fitzroy

BallyclaremalechoirSaturday 23 March 2019 at 7:00pm
Fitzroy Presbyterian Church

The concert will be a great evening of sacred and secular music.

Tickets £10 each, all proceeds to the Fitzroy Building Fund.

Online ticket sales

We have a further £131,897 to reach our target! This is a great opportunity for us to celebrate together. We hope everyone will take the opportunity to invite friends and family.


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McPeake band in Fitzroy

mcpeakeSaturday 16th March 2019, 7.30pm

Tickets £15.00
Proceeds in aid of nursery build in Onialeku, Uganda

Purchase tickets online or talk to Becca

McPEAKE’s unique blend of Indie, Country, Folk and Irish music attracts widely diverse audiences that might not otherwise commingle. Fans consistently use superlatives such as fresh, authentic, original, and dazzling to describe the experience that is – McPEAKE!

www.mcpeakemusic.com


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Cleopas quiet morning

cleopasSaturday 16th March
09.30 - 12.45 (Coffee & scones served at 9:30)
1st Donegore Presbyterian Church, Parkgate. BT39 0DG

Theme: Water from the Well
A Quiet Morning for Reflection,  Prayer and time apart with God
Retreat Leader. Roz Stirling, Director of Cleopas

Cost: You are invited to give a donation towards the work and mionistry of Cleopas

We will spend our morning in the words that Jesus spoke to the woman at the well.  John 4: 13 ‘Jesus answered “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give will never thirst”’
Reflecting on these powerful words, we will explore what it means to drink deeply from this gift of living water (Jesus himself), which allows us to know the complete sufficiency of God in the ordinary, everyday of our lives.
The morning will include time for personal reflection and prayer as well as guidance and teaching from Roz.


For further information and to book your place please contact Roz on info@cleopas.net or rozstirling@icloud.com Mobile 078763945556

www.cleopas.net


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Everything Unsaid

shortbreadA one act play about the desires of the heart … and baked goods.

Accidental Theatre (Shaftesbury Square)
Saturday 9 March 2019
Showtimes: 6pm (doors at 5:30) and 7:30pm (doors at 7:10)
Donations after performance for Fields of Life, Uganda.
Tickets booked at www.accidentaltheatre.co.uk

In a setting where every thought can be heard, the Chemistry teacher has fallen for the English teacher, but can't figure out what to do next. An accident with email causes him to enlist the help of two senior students, who devise a plan to display his best self. But will it be enough to win her heart?


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Foodbank February update

foodbank
We are always grateful for all donations.

Items always needed are - 
 
Tinned Fish
Plain Rice
Long life juice
Coffee
Tinned vegetables
Mash/tinned potatoes
Tinned fruit
Oats
Rice pudding/custard
Tinned pulses - chick peas, lentils etc

  
We always appreciate toiletries and whilst food has to be our priority toiletries are always thankfully received.

We particularly need:

Shampoo
Shower gel
Tooth paste
Soap

A big thank you to everyone who supports us through prayer and donations of food and money. We really could not exist without you.
 

Many thanks from your Church Champion, Brenda Johnston
brenda@southbelfast.foodbank.org.uk
phone 079 6232 3604

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BicycleSoft Cycling

Keep the kilos off by joining us for a cycle on the lovely Lagan Towpath from Shaw's Bridge to Lisburn (morning coffee there to revive us!), and back most Saturday mornings, starting at 9.30 am.
 
For more details, contact Eileen McGeown mcauley.mcgeown@gmail.com 07768 273 576
For more details contact the church office fitzroy.admin@btconnect.com 028 9023 5075

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Hand holding plantTaking Care

In Fitzroy we recognise we have a legal duty of care to look after children and provide a safe environment for them as best we can.  The Kirk Session has adopted the Presbyterian Church in Ireland’s child protection guidelines and our Policy can be viewed on the notice board in the rear hall.  This is aimed at creating an environment where children and young people may enjoy social contact, personal and spiritual development and where they and the leaders and helpers working with them will be kept safe.

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