Greystone Road Presbyterian Church
Follow this link to contact the Foodbank: antrim.foodbank.org.uk
Due to circumstances today's service is from past services
Services are on hold at present
Click here to book is the link to help booking into our services from the 11th October. There are two types of 'ticket'. One for families using the Main Hall and one for everyone else using the Church. You can also book for multiple services. If you do book using this link then that means you don't have to ring the office on a Thursday. However the office will remain open for booking into Sunday Mornings from 9:00am until 1:00pm
The Good Book Company are offering a free month of Bible Notes called Explore. You can go onto their Website, or there Facebook and click the links to receive these notes. https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/free-explore
Instructions for Wednesday evening (from 13th Jan):
- Click this link after 7:15pm to join meeting for a 7:30pm start:Zoom Meeting
- If the above doesn't work, open your internet browser
- Go to Zoom.us
- See top right corner the option to: Join a Meeting
- Click on this and in the Meeting ID Box write: Meeting ID: 814 243 5926
- Click Join meeting and follow on screen instructions
Nehemiah 2:11-20 Prism Session 3 PDF
- What aspect of your church life do you think will be most challenging to rebuild?
- How do you find your congregation just now? What has been lost and gained? Where might you start to rebuild – by visiting others at home; addressing financial issues; improving your website and social media communication?
- What will it look like for our whole congregation to be enlisted and involved in rebuilding church life in light of the coronavirus and lockdown? In what areas might confidence need to be restored?
- Which are we more likely to veer towards in our congregation when facing challenges, a lack of reality or a lack of encouragement? What is the impact of that imbalance on our congregation’s ability to rise to challenges?
- What particular challenges to rebuilding your congregation’s life again do you see on the horizon? How has your congregation dealt with setbacks in the past? What might you learn from how Nehemiah deals with them here?