Every Sunday we meet as a church family to worship God, learn from His Word, enjoy fellowship together, and pray for the needs of our community and world. You would be welcome to come and join with us. Tea and coffee is served between our morning services.
Our services take place on the Mill Hill in Waringstown. Parking is at the rear of the church building and someone will be there to give you a warm welcome as you enter our church building. People of all ages are welcome to worship with us in Waringstown Presbyterian Church. If you have very young children you can, if you wish, make use of The Forum, an adjoining room where the service is relayed by video link. Crèche facilities are available at our morning services. (9.30am & 11.30am). We also have an evening service at 6.30pm. Worship services last a maximum of 70 minutes.
Learning from God’s Word is a big part of our worship time. Over the past year we have been discovering more about Jesus by looking at his 'I am's' in John's Gospel, and we learnt big lessons about grace as we read and thought about Hosea & Jonah together. We have also had a series on Paul's letter to the Ephesians in the evening, and are currently reading the exciting story of the early church in Acts at morning worship, and looking at the life of Joseph on Sunday evenings (see below).
Acts - God at Work
We are currently looking at the book of Acts at our Sunday morning services, a book that tells the exciting story of the church of the first believers in Christ. It tells us about how God helps his church through the Holy Spirit that the Lord Jesus promised his followers, and reminds us of the job the church has been given to tell others about Jesus. It is a great encouragement to read about God at work in the lives of ordinary people.
Our series is ending with:
23rd September - Acts 9:1-22 A God who changes hearts
30th September - Acts 10:25-33 A God who speaks today
7th October - Acts 12:1-24 A God who gets involved
14th October - Acts 16:6-15 A God who guides
Joseph - A Life Less Ordinary
In Genesis we read the story of Joseph, the guy who walked around in a coat of many colours. To say he had an eventful life would be an understatement! But this story is much more than just a family drama. It's a story that helps us to see how God uses circumstances, both good and bad, to bring about His plans, and we get to see how Joseph plays a big part in the greatest story of all - the good news of how God saves His people. The first 4 studies in the series are: