75th Anniversary Celebrations
4th Ards Boys’ Brigade
& 39th Ards Girls’ Brigade
Calling all past members of 39th NI Girls Brigade and 4th Ards Boys Brigade to join us as we celebrate the organisations’ 75th anniversary.
Saturday 18th May 2019
- A joint celebratory dinner (to which all past members are welcome)
Open to all past members & officers and to current officers as well (including spouses). This is the last event in our celebrations calendar and will be on held on Saturday 18th May 2019 @ 7pm in Movilla Abbey. The tickets are now available from, the Church office, the BB/GB captains or speak to any current officer from BB/GB. The cost is £15 per person.
Fan of melon with Raspberry & Mango Coulis
Roast Beef served with Roast & Creamed Potatoes,
Cauliflower cheese, carrot & parsnip mash & peas
Choice of Desserts from the Trolley
Tea/Coffee & homemade Shortbread
We need to have final numbers for this by the end of April, so if you are interested in attending, please speak or contact us asap.
Christian Aid Door to Door collection to take place 12th to 18th May. Please look out for the familiar Red envelopes and pray for this vital work.
If you are willing to help with Christian Aid Week on our annual Door to Door collection, please speak to either Margaret Cully or Karen Hamilton. We plan to meet in the Church Carpark at 7pm on Monday 13th May.
Visiting our Church
If it's your first time visiting the Church please make yourself known to the greeters at the door.
Pedestrian Access to the church is from Frances Street, or if you arrive 15-20 minutes early there is usually ample parking to the rear of the church building. Check out the Contact Us page for directions.
Visiting Newtownards? Or new to the area?
Visitors are always welcome to any of the events in our calendar. A good way to meet us is to come along to our Sunday Morning Service, however if you'd prefer to meet and chat in a less formal environment, Cafe First on a Saturday morning offers a great opportunity to meet with our members and find out more about what our Church has to offer.
Thinking of joining?
If you are thinking of joining a Church in Newtownards and have questions about our Church and beliefs, you can find out more from the Presbyterian Church in Ireland website, by speaking to our members, or requesting a visit via the Contact Us page.
You can also read a little about the history of First Newtownards Presbyterian Church dating back to the 17th Century.