Welcome to Ballymacashon Congregational Church - an independent Evangelical Reformed Church, - affiliated to the Congregational Union of Ireland.Introducing Ballymacashon CC...
Ballymacashon Congregational Church, is a small independent group of Christians, who believe in absolute sovereignty of God, the divine inspiration of the Word of God, the effective saving sacrifice of Christ's death upon the cross for His people, and the work of the Holy Spirit in conversion and sanctification of the believer.
We meet every Sunday at 11.30am (except 1st Lord's Day of each month, when the service is at 3.30pm) in the former Reformed Presbyterian Church building at Ballymacashon, - a beautiful historical building in a rural setting. Although we are a small congregation, we are fervent and enthusiastic about the reformed faith, and we love to welcome visitors! You will always receive a warm welcome in our midst.
Our worship is the essence of simplicity. We sing God's praise in psalms and hymns, we pray, and we read the Bible, and have a relevant and instructive sermon. We believe in the primacy of the ministry of God's Word in all our services. We celebrate the Lord's Supper once a month, on the first Sabbath of each month, and we meet for prayer on the second and third Tuesdays in each month.
We have a series of afternoon evangelistic rallies, (Sundays at 3.30pm) with visiting preachers and singers whose ministry in song will compliment the message of the gospel.
We are part of the Congregational Union of Ireland, a union of like-minded independent churches, and because our fellowship is small, we receive support from the Congregational Home Mission.
Ballymacashon is not a short-term project. We are seriously committed to the local area, and we intend, with the help of God, over the years to come, to steadily work to encourage the growth of a vibrant, evangelical reformed fellowship, which will be pleasing to our Lord Jesus Christ.
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w/c Monday 4th November 2013
at 8pm each Evening
Subject: The Heart of the Reformed Faith - The 5 Solas