Europe in Focus

‘EUROPE IN FOCUS’ A special evening focusing on some of the mission work of PCI’s personnel and partners in Spain, Portugal and Hungary on Friday 5th February. The event will be held in High Street Presbyterian Church, Antrim, commencing at 7.30pm. Speakers will include: Derek French, Spain; James Cochrane Portugal; and Ivan and Maureen Patterson;

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Coffee and Tea Shop

Open from 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 noon each Thursday in the Lawther School. An opportunity for both old and young alike to meet for a chat and to enjoy each other’s company. Come along and enjoy this experience!

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Croatia 2018 Prayer Update

Fourteen folks from the congregation have signed up for the Short Term Mission Multi Disciplinary Team (All age/Men & Women) to Croatia in July 2018 to work with the Spicak family in their ministry in Koprivnica.  Please click here to have a look at the Hopes/Fears/Prayer Requests of the team!

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Big Brekkie 2018

Muckamore is hosting another Big Brekkie in 2018 to celebrate and support Christian Aid Week. The event will be held in the Lawther School, 2 June, from 10am to 12pm.  Come along and bring your friends !

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Worship is our response to God, both personally and corporately as a church family, thanking him for who he is and for what he has done.  Worship is expressed in and by the things we say and the way we live.  Worship is the thank you to God that can’t be silenced!

Worship is about focussing on God, how he loves us, how he made us, how he longs to walk beside us each and every day of our lives, and how he is eager for us to trust and to follow him.  Worship is about acknowledging God, his power, his glory and his love in everything that we do, and then putting into practice all that he teaches us in his Word – the Bible.

Worship can include praying, reading the bible with an open heart, singing, participating in communion, and serving others.  Worship is not limited to one act, but is done properly when the heart and attitude of the person are in the right place.