THE COMMUNITY CHOIR CONTINUES!! PLEASE JOIN US!
The Community Choir had their first online meeting this morning - lots of fun and laughter and great to see all those smiling faces. We'll continue to meet online during the social isolation and you are welcome to join us.
CORONAVIRUS – COVID-19 UPDATE
Following the announcement from our Methodist Church in Ireland this afternoon, it is with a heavy heart that all church services, congregational organisations and activities at Ballymena Methodist will now cease until further notice. Pastoral care remains of crucial importance at this time as we continue to care for each other.
We will take time to pray and consider how we might worship together even if we cannot gather in one place. Please be assured that if anyone requires anything from the shops, a chat on the phone, or whatever you feel we can help you with, that we will continue to be there for you. More on this will follow later in the week.
We are conscious that many of our church family and those that visit us may not be on Facebook or have internet access; for this reason, please share this message.
May God guide us and protect us as we walk together through this challenging time.
Thank you and stay safe,
BMC Circuit Executive
The words of Jesus 'Love one another as I have loved you '(John 15:12) are part of the conversations Jesus had with the disciples in the Upper Room in Jerusalem before he journeyed to the Cross. He gave them, as he gives us, a model for living as his followers.
The logo for this church year links the love of Jesus to how we are called as a congregation to love each other. His love is unconditional and inclusive and challenges us to show this in the way we relate to each other in the church and in the wider community.
The logo links the meaning of the Cross as sacrificial love to how we serve one another. The towel and basin remind us of how the servant Jesus washed the feet of the disciples. Love and service belong together as we seek to care for each other. It will also challenge us as we reach out to the community as servants of Christ and seek to show, in words and actions,what it means to love as he has loved us.
All events are now cancelled
until further notice
due to Government guidance