We welcome you to the Sunday morning service.
We meet each week throughout the year at 10 am (exceptions would be for special evening services such a Harvest Thanksgiving).
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Why not sing along with the choir.?
All five sections of this service available here:
Normal attendance at a Sunday morning family service is fifty to fifty five members of all ages. We love to see visitors and look forward to you joining us if you are in the area. The number at this combined Inch/ Fahan Children's Day Service is just over one hundred. The Choir normally are seated where the photograph was taken from.
The first car to enter the grounds is the minister on a cold and beautiful morning. Members had to struggle with difficult conditions due to the snow. A lovely sunrise as a backdrop and nice and cosy inside.
The children watched and listened with great interest as visiting speaker George Lunn from Belfast City Mission told a Bible story using a puppet which could change in a minute from a devil to an angel.
We were privilaged to have (left to right above) Vicky on violin, Jamie on piano, Gareth on mandolin, Andrew on guitar and Lauren (third from left below) on piano leading worship one Sunday morning. Other musicians include Judith (middle below), David, Kathleen Russell, Kathryn Little, Paula McNeely and George Barr.
Time to talk after the morning Service.
There are normally two volunteers on the audio visual desk, one looking after sound and one on the projector. The singings and Sermon points are usually projected. All hymns and Choruses are also provide in printed form for everyone who prefers to sing from the printed page.
Bottled water, within reach, throughout the Church for that tickly cough or thirsty moment.
Rev Knox Jones and musician David. Praise is normally from a combination of Presbyterian Church third edition, Glory to God, Fahan Praise and the Portglenone Psalms.
Church filling up for Harvest Thanksgiving Service. The congregation always have the opportunity to sing from a hymn book or use the video screens. This is to give worshipers a choice of traditional or modern.
During the summer months orange, biscuits, tea and coffee is served at the close of morning Service at the rear of the Church.
Tea and biscuits are provided for the congregation and visitors in the Hall after the Service during Sunday School terms. You are encouraged to stay for a chat.
After the Sunday morning service some choose to stand outside and chat while others have a cup of tea.
Services are held each Sunday morning at 10 am, including summer time, with an average attendance of fifty plus. We benefit from additional guests/ tourists during the summer months. Books in the pew for congregation and visitors are:
Church Hymnary Third Edition,
New International Bible
Glory to God
Fahan Praise (our own in Church publication).
The words on the arch behind the Pulpit are ‘Jesus is Lord’. This is from Romans 10:9. That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.
Most families are involved in some way with the life and work of the Church. There are for example twenty-two members on the morning collection rota and thirty-eight helpers on the Crèche rota.
Our minister, Rev. Knox Jones, normally presents the key headings from the morning service on the projector screens during the Bible Talk (Sermon). The congregation can follow these points that are also printed on the Order of Service, where a space is made available for taking a few notes. Copies of the Service are available on audio CD shortly after the morning service.
If you would like to discuss any spiritual concerns or issues please feel free to speak to Rev. Jones.
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