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Our Mission is to bring others into a personal knowledge of Jesus Christ through preaching the Gospel, living holy lives ourselves and caring for the spiritual and practical needs of mankind.

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Belfast Temple Corps Values

WE ASPIRE TO ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING VALUES:

1. Prayer is Central to our mission and will permeate everything we do

2. We, as a worshipping community, will show love for one another ​before we can embark on a mission to attract others to Christ

3. We, as a serving community, will ​love the poor and unloved, in both word and deed

4. Individually, and collectively as a corps, we must be authentic and must at all times be seen to be authentic

5. The Belfast Temple ministry is a pro-active ​mission-based ministry​ to all in our community irrespective of background

6. We will at all times act with fairness irrespective of disadvantage

7. We will cherish our youth and children for God, by putting them at the centre of our thinking and actions

8. We will at all times work in an environment of ​mutual trust and mutual respect

9. We acknowledge ​musical excellence as an effective means to spread the gospel

 

Sundays

  • 9:45am Prayer Meeting

    • first Sunday of month

  • 10:30am Christian Worship

    • followed by tea and coffee

  • 11:15am Children’s Activities

    • ‘The Ark’ for 3 – 6 year olds

    • ‘KAOS’ (Kids Alive on Sunday for 7 – 12 year olds

    • PowerPoint Group for 12 – 16 year olds

  •   12:15pm YP band practice

  •   4:30pm Praise and Worship (First and third Sundays of month)

  •   6:00pm Youth Fellowship

    • monthly - for young people aged 13+

 

Weekdays

 

 Monday

  • 10 am Little Stars Toddler Group 

  • 2.30 Home League (Ladies) 

  • 6 pm Door-to-door Prayer outreach (monthly)

  • 7.30 pm Bowling Fellowship

  • Tuesday

  •   8 pm Songster Practice

  •  Wednesday

  • 2 pm Line Dancing (Age Concern)

  • 2 pm Computer Class (Age Concern)

  • Thursday

  • 10 am Computer Class (Age Concern)

  • 11 am CAMEO Group  (Come and meet each other)

  • 12:30 pm Luncheon Club

  •  6 pm Mobilize (Discipling Programme for 6 – 11 year olds)

  •  7 pm Singing Company (Junior Choir) Practice

  • 7.30 pm Bowling Fellowship

  •  8:15 pm Band Practice

  • Friday

  • 10 am Knit & Knatter (Age Concern)

  • 2 pm Computer Class (Age Concern)

 

Forthcoming Events

2018
January
Sunday 21st - "Vision & Commitment Sunday" led by Major Noel Wright (launch of a Year of Discipleship) - 10.30 am and 1.30 pm

​February​​

Sunday 4th - "First Sunday" with Bangor Citadel Band and Temple Songsters - 4.30 pm

Sunday 18th - YP Annual Prizegiving - 10.30 am and 4.30 pm

Wednesday 21st - Men's Shed - Pudding & Quiz (open to all)

March
​Sunday 4th - Self Denial Altar Service led by Cols. Neil and Chris Webb 10.30 am and 4.30 pm
 
Saturday 24th - Ladies' Oasis Group
 
Monday 26th - Friday 30th - Holy Week - details to follow
 
April
Sunday 1st - Easter Sunday led by Divisional Leaders, Majors Paul & Christine Kingscott - 10.30 am and 4.30 pm
 
​Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th - 137th Corps Anniversary led by Majors Paul and Judith Hilditch
 
​May
Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th - Temple Band at Morriston Corps, south Wales
 
Wednesday 16th - Men's Shed - Sea Park Walk and Ice Cream
 
June
​​Saturday 16th - Ladies Oasis Group outing
 
Friday 22nd - Men's Shed - Classic Car Event & BBQ
(29th if weather inclement on 22nd)
 
August
​Saturday 4th - Saturday 11th - Temple Summer School, Armagh Royal School
 
 
 
 

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Graham Wood

Major

Keira Wood

Major