Beginning Sunday 6 May 2018, Solid Ground Greyabbey will be opened every Sunday from 11.30am to warmly welcome folks from our congregation, and wider community, who may find it difficult, for a variety of reasons, to sit through the main church service. This will offer the opportunity to watch and listen to the service, via television, in a smaller, relaxed setting with refreshments available.  A number of congregational members will be on hand before, during and after the service to provide assistance or simply to have a chat. If you feel this facility would meet your needs please come along – you will be made very welcome; alternatively, if you feel it may meet the needs of a family member or friend, please let them know the details or perhaps bring them along with you.  Please contact Elaine on 07718 203322 should you require any further details.


We are in the process of updating our church records and would like for each family member of the church to take a few minutes to update or obtain information on them.  All information is for church purposes only and will be held in accordance of the Data Protection Act.  It is for communication purposes only for Trinity, Greyabbey and will help the session and committee with the weekly running of the church.  Thank you very much for taking the time and if you have any queries please get in touch with Philip Warnock on 07764997980.  To access the page please click here


  WinGS All ladies are warmly invited to the WinGS on Tues 20th November at 7.30pm in the Main Hall (GR) for our Hospitality Night with Rachel from “A Wee Bird Sings”; a local Christian artist who shares her faith through her work.  We look forward to having you join us for a blessed evening of testimony, praise, fellowship, and supper.

 DATE FOR YOUR DIARY Christmas Choir Practices begin on Thurs 22nd November at 8.00pm in Greyabbey. The choir is open to anyone and everyone, including YOU (whether you attend services in Cloughey or Greyabbey). Come along, join the fun and fellowship as we prepare to celebrate Christ’s birth. If you’ve any questions please see Heather or Ruth.

 CAROL SERVICES The Choral Carol Service in Cloughey will be on Fri 14th Dec at 7.30pm and The Carol Service in Greyabbey will be on Sun 23rd Dec 6.30pm.

 RISK ASSESMENTS Would all organisation leaders who have not yet returned their current Risk Assessment to Phil Allen (jphilallen@yahoo.co.uk), please do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

 2019 FLOWER LISTS for Greyabbey (GR) & Cloughey (CL) On most Sundays, members of the congregation contribute to our worship by donating the flowers that are displayed in the Church.  We now need to update both of the GR and CL flower lists for 2019.
Please indicate on the sheet in the Vestibule by Sun 25 November if you:< >Would like to be included on either of these lists for the first time;Are currently on a list and do not wish your name to be carried forward from the 2018 to the 2019 flower list; or,Wish to transfer from the GR to CL flower list or from the CL to GR flower list.healthandwellbeing@ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk before 10 November.
 CAROLS TOGETHER Belfast at Stormont for Bowel Cancer UK on Fri 30 November at 7.00pm in Great Hall, Parliament Buildings. Compere Pamela Ballantine with Methodist College Chapel Choir, Debra Stuart and Roland Davitt. Tickets £25 from bowelcanceruk.org.uk/carolconcert For details, contact Bernie on 07900 915 614 or niadmin@bowelcanceruk.org.uk

 FIELDS OF LIFE are holding their Annual ‘Carols by Candlelight’ on Fri 14 December at 7.30pm in the Assembly Buildings, Spires, Belfast. The Belfast Community Choir along with the Raise the Roof Kids Choir will contribute to the praise while Rev Steve Stockman will bring God’s message. Tickets: Adults £10, Under 16 £5 are available from: info@fieldsoflife.org or by telephoning 028 9263 6200. Funds raised will help provide clean safe drinking water to communities in East Africa. 

 HELP NEEDED! We need a few more persons to join our Welcome Team here in Greyabbey. This is a very important ministry of our church and congregation. If you feel God is leading you to this role, please speak to Harold or any member of Session. Thank You.

K4C Rota: Nov
GR – Junior: Josh, Laura, Johnny, Robbie
Senior: Rebekah, Charon, Hannah, Jack
CL – Charleen McFerran, Nieske Cully

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Trinity Presbyterian Church
Main Street, Greyabbey
County Down, BT22 2NE.
General Enquiries:
Minister Neil Stewart:
Mobile – 078 413 53790
Church Office – 028 427 88377 
Manse – 028 427 88688