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Sunday Services

We use both traditional and contemporary language services from the Book of Common Prayer. When you arrive on a Sunday morning, you'll be given a warm welcome. You will find the Prayer Book and hymn book in the pews, and page numbers are clearly given throughout the service. Most of the hymns and songs we use are well known, sometimes we will learn a new song as part of the service.

After the Bible readings and a children's talk, the members of Sunday Club (primary school age) leave to go to their activities. Sunday Club begins in the Church at 11.00 a.m. On the third Sunday in the month we usually have a special family service which is for the whole parish family, including children and young people; everyone stays in church for family services.

Then we will have some teaching on a Bible passage. The speaker (usually the Rector) will explain what the passage means and how we can apply it in our own lives. After a time of prayer together, and a final song, the service ends. Services normally last about an hour.

We have Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month, and there is also a Communion Service at 9.45 a.m. on the third Sunday. This is a quieter service in traditional language with a time of prayer for healing.

Coolbuck's service is a shorter traditional Evening Prayer. Visitors are always made most welcome.

Services : June 2012

Sunday 3rd June Service of Thanksgiving for the Diamond Jubilee 11.00 a.m.
Sunday 10th Morning Prayer 11.00 a.m.
Sunday 19th Holy Communion
Sunday School Prizegiving and Gift Day
9.45 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
Sunday 26th Morning Prayer
Bring and Share Lunch
11.00 a.m.

EVENING PRAYER, 3.00 p.m. in Coolbuck Church every Sunday in June,
and on 8th & 22nd July, 5th & 19th August.

Two ways to liveTwo ways to live
The message at the heart of Christianity is really quite simple: either Jesus is your king or you're going it alone.

E100The E100 Bible Reading Challenge is about reading 100 carefully selected, essential, short Bible passages.
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Download the reading plan here.

The Church of IrelandThe Parish of Lisbellaw with Coolbuck is part of the Church of Ireland, an Anglican church.
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Cafe ChurchDrop in to Cafe Church, where we have a chance to chat and discuss aspects of the Christian faith together, over a cup of coffee. Every fourth Sunday evening in the Parish Centre.