Killead Presbyterian Church

Women’s World Day of Prayer

The Women’s World Day of Prayer Service will be streamed from St Aidan’s Parish Church on Friday 5th March.

Women’s World Day of Prayer


Wednesday Bible Study

We meet again for Bible Study on Wednesday 3rd March at 8.00pm. This will be the third of our series on Gospel Shaped Living. The codes you will need to join the Zoom meeting are as follows: Meeting ID: 814 9544 4375, Passcode: 981660. If you haven’t used Zoom before, the following link should be copied into your browser. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81495444375?pwd=Y1VTaGlsNWJLRW9WUmk1YW5SbllrQT09.


Worship and Study Resources 28th February

The following links will take you to our Sunday Service, Children’s Activities and the Thought for the Week.


Coronavirus Pandemic Update

It is now almost one year since the beginning of the first lockdown and no-one ever expected that we would still be in a similar situation today.  However, with the encouraging drop in the number of infections and the roll-out of the vaccinations, perhaps there is some light at the end of the tunnel!

The NI Executive has extended the present lockdown until the 1st April and at a meeting of representatives of the four main denominations with the Minister of Health and The Chief Medical officer on Monday 22nd February, it was agreed that, on the basic of the advice from the health officials, that all in-person gatherings for Sunday worship and other church activities should continue to be suspended until 1st April.  The next NI Executive review will take place on 18th March and it is hopes that churches will be able to re-open for worship (with restrictions on social distancing etc) on Sunday 4th April, which is Easter Day this year.

We look forward to gathering again for worship in our church building but until then the weekly recorded service will continue to be available.

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has issued the following statement on vaccinations having been made aware that a few groups are actively discouraging the take up of the vaccinations:

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI) encourages all of its members actively to consider receiving vaccination against Covid-19 when it is offered to them. While recognising that this is ultimately a matter of personal judgement, PCI neither discourages its members from taking up the vaccine offer nor is it supportive of those who seek to discourage the take-up of the vaccine.


Worship Resources 21st February

Here you will find links to our Recorded Sunday ServiceChildren’s Activities and Thought for the Week. Other resources can be found under the Our Ministries tab.


Mid-Week Bible Study

The second in our series of Bible Studies on the topic Gospel Shaped Living will be at 8.00pm on Wednesday 17th February. You will need to use the following codes for Zoom:- Meeting ID: 857 9654 8626, Passcode: 306185. If you are new to the Zoom platform, copy and paste this address into your browser: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85796548626?pwd=L29yd21xZ2JJYVdpYkNrRDNibWFrZz09

Resources to accompany this study can be downloaded from here. If you have any problems, please get in touch with John.


Worship Resources 14th February

Here you will find links to our Recorded Sunday Service, Children’s Activities and Thought for the Week.


Worship Resources 7th February

Here are the links to our recorded Sunday Service, Children’s Activities and Thought for the Week. Mid-Week Bible Study resources are also now available under the Our Ministries tab.


Give Blood – Save Lives

All the information you need is here to allow you to save lives by donating blood at St Clare’s Hall, Glenavy on Tuesday 9th February.


Bible Study Wednesday 3rd February

We would love you to join us remotely for Bible Study and Prayer on Wednesday 3rd February at 8.00pm using Zoom. The Meeting ID you require is 820 3868 3271 and the Passcode is 866944.

If you haven’t used Zoom before copy and paste this link into your browser:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82038683271?pwd=SUE4OHppQlMvYkx1V0VxaTlHdHk4dz09

If you need help with this in any way, please contact John.