Thank you to Rev Drew Abernethy who is conducting the service today
RESURRECTION SUNDAY PLANS
Service next Sunday morning will be a joint family service in Malin PC @ 12 noon.
(no morning services at Greenbank, Moville & Carndonagh) and will be conducted by Rev Philip Poots
Easter Sunday: Moville Dawn Service – Devotion, Walk and Breakfast. Beginning at Betty and Florence Lyle’s House at 7am (sign-up sheet in porch)
Easter Evening Praise service Greenbank Church Hall at 7pm. We would love it if you were able to join us for one or even both of our services, there might even be a cup of tea in it for you!
Easter Sunday Singing & Music Group Practice this Thursday 6th April , Greenbank Hall/Church @ 7pm. Please do come along this Thursday for our next music practice in preparation for our Easter Praise, you only have to be able to make a joyful noise, don’t worry about tuneful! Songs are up on Facebook for a listen as well.
Youth Fellowship at Moville Manse, 7pm-8:30pm this evening 2nd April: Chapter 6 of “Believe.” Anyone of secondary school age is welcome; come along for some food, fun and fellowship
Points for Prayer:
Continue to pray for the families of those who have recently been bereaved.
Continue to pray for our church family and all the plans currently being made for summer and the rest of the year.
Other notices and advance notices
For the month of June we will be hosting a student from RTS (Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando – where Philip is doing his DMin). Lincoln will be sharing some ministerial duties with Philip as he works through his calling to ministry.
Series of Information Talks on helping us understand the impact of social media: God, Google and Gen Z – Ray Presbyterian Church, 7:30pm to 9:30pm over 3 weeks. refreshments served at each seminar.
Wednesday 19th April – What is GenZ?
Wednesday 26th April – Social Media: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Wednesday 3rd May – Moving Forward
We would like to extend a warm welcome to our PW visitor’s night on Tuesday 18th April 2023 at 7:30 pm in Greenbank Hall. Brian Rankin, a poet-farmer will be with us providing a recital of his poems and sharing about the charity work he supports in Uganda. He will have some of his books available for purchase on the night, and the proceeds from these sales go towards supporting these charities. Supper will be served afterwards. There will also be door wreathes and home produce, such as jams and chutneys for sale, which have been made by the PW group and the money from these will go towards supporting mission at home and overseas.
Just a reminder that Mark scripture Journals are still available in the porch. €1 each.
New City Catechism (for kids) are also available free of charge make sure to take one and keep learning!