Greystone Road Presbyterian Church | Antrim

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We are delighted to be able to open our church for worship on Easter Sunday Morning

If you plan to attend you need to register with our office or through Eventbrite.
Click here to book online
Office Opening Hours are 9am-11am on Thursdays tel:028 9446 1869
Facemask and social distancing rules will be observed.

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Our church is open for worship on Sunday Mornings.

Numbers are restricted, so if you plan to attend you need to register with our office or through Eventbrite. Click here to book online
Office Opening Hours are 9am-11am on Thursdays tel:028 9446 1869
Facemask and social distancing rules will be observed.

This Good Friday we want to reflect on the cross.

It is strange that we call this day Good Friday given the horrific events that took place. Sometimes when we celebrate Easter we can forget, or perhaps struggle to fully comprehend, what Jesus went through for us. He really did suffer immensely for our sins.

We want to encourage you, wherever you are, to take some time on Friday to listen to and reflect on this playlist of songs which focus specifically on the cross. Follow the Spotify link or, if you prefer, send us a message with your email address and we can send you a video with lyrics available too.

This playlist lasts 45 minutes. (click the cross to play)


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):


  1. Click this link after 7:15pm to join meeting for a 7:30pm start:Zoom Meeting
  2. If the above doesn't work, open your internet browser
  3. Go to Zoom.us
  4. See top right corner the option to: Join a Meeting
  5. Click on this and in the Meeting ID Box write: Meeting ID: 814 243 5926
    Passcode: 7AGeGJ
  6. Click Join meeting and follow on screen instructions

Genesis 39:6 – 23 Joseph Session 3 PDF


  1. Imagine yourself in Joseph’s position. Why might you be tempted to think that saying yes to Potiphar’s wife could be a good thing?
  2. Look closely at vs 7 – 12. In what various ways did Joseph resist and what reasons did he give?
  3. Joseph does the right thing and maintains his integrity and resists temptation. Yet, he ended up in prison (though a ‘good’ prison where he later met others from Pharaoh’s court. Potiphar could have had a slave killed). If you were Joseph, what questions would you have for God at this point?
  4. What are the parallels between Joseph’s experience as a slave in Potiphar’s house and now as a prisoner in Pharaoh’s prison?
  5. In vs 22-23 we see Joseph is now responsible for the care of other prisoners. In what ways might it have been challenging for Joseph to care for others as a prisoner himself?
  6. In both the house of Potiphar and in the prison, we read that “the Lord was with Joseph”. What does this phrase signify about Joseph’s relationship with God and Joseph’s attitude to work?


During this period, if you require assistance with making payments to the church accounts please mail us here

Cheques should be made payable to: Greystone Road Presbyterian Church

Account Details (Sort Code: 95-06-79)
FundAccount NumberNotes
FWO/United Appeal/Youth and Family Worker 70145491 Please indicate area e.g. FWO etc
Mission Support/Romania & Moldova/Burma 90145513 Please indicate area e.g. Mission Support etc
Building Fund 90145505