A warm welcome from the members of Fahan Presbyterian Church.
An eaglais Preispitéireach I bhFathain Fáilte,
Our prayer is that we can be salt and light in the community and farther afield. We hope you find the site informative.
Is é ar nguí go mbéimid salann agus solas sa phobal seo agus níos faide amach.
ALL FACE TO FACE (GROUP) CHURCH ACTIVITIES AND CHURCH SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS SITUATION. THIS IS THE ONLY PAGE CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED ON THE FAHAN WEB SITE.
Please see some recent posts below.
Sunday School Live 05-04-20
From Aghadowey Presbyterian at 10.30am on Sunday mornings. Go to site early to download the materials & practice the song. Remember to download the worksheets for kids and Teeens from aghadoweypci.co.uk (last updated 06-04-2020)
Palm Sunday Morning
By Rev. Gordy McCracken our Vacancy Convenor at Fahan Presbyterian. (last updated 05-04-2020)
By Rev. Gordy McCracken.
(last updated 02-04-2020)
PRAYER FOR HEALTHCARE STAFF
Summary of the prayer, suitable for all in Ireland & farther afield. 'Jesus is Lord'. Be fearless, resources, PPE, managers, the little guys at the bottom, pray, pray, Christians in healthcare, Ethics Committee. 'The one we serve is greater than the pandemic'. Hugs where safe to do so.(Uploaded 04-04-20)
An April Fools day prank!
Daily Message by Rev. Brian Smyth of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ahoghill.
THESE THREE REMAIN. A load of PCI resources for home.
CEF AT HOME
A load of resources to help the work of the gospel with our at home children and young people,
SPRING HARVEST HOME
We are so excited. Available online via YouTube from April 13th to 17th.
Do You Wonder Why?
This short booklet and video begins to answer questions that are on everyone’s minds: Why do so many bad things happen in the world? Why did God allow this to happen? How can I get through this terrible time? CEF has distributed millions of copies of Do You Wonder Why? booklet.
ANTIDOTE TO EVERY VIRUS
(Words that never date, the same yesterday, today & tomorrow)...
2 Chronicles 7:13 & 14 “When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people, 14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."
Proverbs 19:21 ESV “Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand”.
John 14:1 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me.”
John 16:33 NIV "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world."
Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”
Philippians 4: 6-7 “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”
Background to the Moderator's Service on
Sunday 29th march 2020. (See video above)
This morning the introduction to the service is from Psalm 67,
which expresses our reliance upon God.
The following worship songs and hymns will be used:
The joy fo the lord is my strength
Tears may rise
Only a Holy God
The children’s address is an encouragement to keep reading the Bible
and the importance of getting close to God’s Word in our lives.
As congregations are unable to meet today, this morning the Moderator,
Rt Rev Dr William Henry continues his mini-series on Habakkuk.
It is the second of five sermons that he has prepared in the run up to and
Recorded in his home congregation at Maze Presbyterian earlier this
week, Dr Henry began this series with Habakkuk 1, last Sunday where the
prophet Habakkuk wrestled with some of the big questions of life.
Speaking before the recording, Dr Henry said, “The things that Habakkuk
wrestled with are particularly relevant to us today, when we query why
these hard things need to happen. Last week I stressed that a sign of a
mature faith was one that was able to face up to the hardships, yet see
God has not left us and, like Habakkuk, to be able to express to God our
difficulties and not to be afraid to do so.
“This week the theme from chapter 12, verses 1-3 will be ‘waiting’.
I will be exploring from Habakkuk the pain and anxiety that arises from
having to wait agonisingly and all the other emotions in that, while
maintaining a trust in God though it all.”
The Moderator concluded by saying, that due to the current government
restrictions on movement, this week’s praise is not live. “We have used
pre-recorded material from previous services from Maze, but I am still
aiming to present a feeling of normality by producing what might be
termed a full service with music and all the other elements."
Please fell free to contact us is we can be of any help.
We would normally have met every Sunday morning at 10.00 a.m (except for special services such as Harvest Thanksgiving Service and Carol Service when we meet in the evening or for Joint Services with Inch Presbyterian).
You will be made very welcome.
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