St John The Evangelist, Killyleagh Parish
𝗟𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗿𝗲𝗳𝗹𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝘀 𝗼𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗕𝗼𝗼𝗸 𝗼𝗳 𝗡𝗲𝗵𝗲𝗺𝗶𝗮𝗵
Throughout Lent, Bishop David will give a short reflection each day (5-10 minutes) on a passage from the Book of Nehemiah. The first reflection will be available to view from today (Ash Wednesday) via the following link
All following daily reflections will be available to view on the Down and Dromore YouTube Channel at the following link
𝗔 𝗦𝗲𝗿𝘃𝗶𝗰𝗲 𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝗔𝘀𝗵 𝗪𝗲𝗱𝗻𝗲𝘀𝗱𝗮𝘆
A Service for Ash Wednesday will be available to view via the Down and Dromore YouTube Channel from 10am today (Wednesday 17th February). The service takes place in Inch Abbey and is led by Bishop David who gives a meditation on The Beatitudes – available via the following link
We’re now into Lent, journeying with Jesus to the cross. In our service, we consider the link between Noah and the Flood and the Cross of Jesus. Join us on Sunday at 11am, with pre-service preparation from 10.45. It can be accessed below:
The notices for this week can also be found below:
So that those without internet are not excluded from worshipping with us, an audio version of the service is available by dialling the local phone number below.
A welcome message will be heard immediately. Then there will be around 30 seconds of silence before the service begins. So hold on!
The number to dial is: 02891 249440
Please tell this number to your friends and family without internet
Here is the 2021 Lent magazine, please click below to read. If you know anyone who would like a printed copy please get in touch with the rector.
As we approach Lent, we’d like to encourage everyone to join a diocesan wide focus on daily bible reading. Many members get the printed version of Our Daily Bread Daily devotionals, a lovely 2 minute daily engagement with scripture and God. It is also available online at this link, which includes the option to have it read to you.
Alternatively you could get the Church of Ireland Daily Worship App for your phone here
Or you could simply download the Bible to your phone
With most of society in lockdown now until February, Sunday worship will move online with effect from Sunday 10th January. This will be available via a link from our website which will be available before the broadcast at 11am on Sunday morning, from facebook, or by going straight to the parish Youtube channel St John the Evangelist Killyleagh Parish Church – YouTube. Please look out for further communications and share this message, thank you
Sunday School Nativity
Sunday School’s Virtual Nativity is now available to view via this link. Please watch and share with others.
Thank you to all of the parents and children who took part!
Sunday 6th December Service
We are delighted to meet again online. We’re now in the season of Advent, thinking about our preparations for the coming of Jesus and how John the Baptist prepared the way
There are no services in the church building on 29th November or 6th December. Please join us online at 11am (note the time) on 6th December for Morning Worship from Killyleagh.
Sunday 29th November is Advent Sunday. If you wish to worship elsewhere around the diocese, here are two possibilities.
1. Advent Carol Service from St Finnian’s, Cregagh, Belfast at 11am
2. Advent Morning Worship live-streamed from Downpatrick Cathedral at 11am
Also here are 5 wonderful Advent hymns, especially recorded for this season of online worship. The soloist is Jenny Hart and accompanist Michael Harrison who recorded at the lovely St Philip and St James, Holywood.
To access the dropbox with the hymns please click here
Sunday School sessions from September are available in the Sunday School Lessons page
Over the past few weeks, our Sunday School have been doing some research into Harvest and thinking about what it means. They have also been creating their own projects. This has included Harvest-related poems, songs, crafts and prayers. You can now view some of these in this video.
Welcome back to church – 2nd August 11am
By clicking on the below attachment you will find guidance on what to do and what to expect when you come to church. Please take a few moments to read this. We look forward to seeing you
If you would like to view any of our previous services to worship online please see our archived services folder by clicking here
“I know it’s been a long time coming. I am hugely optimistic about the future, which clearly will have a different feel to the past, though one thing is for sure, God remains faithful and never changes.
Our worship of him and desire to represent Jesus here in this place must never change, except to increase.”
Hello and Welcome
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you will find here all the information you need about us, where we are, our services, activities and what’s important to us.
We want to get to know you, whether you’ve lived in and around Killyleagh for a while, or are new to the area. You will be warmly welcomed, whether you are young, a bit more mature, or something in the middle. If you are on your own or are part of a large family, we’d love to meet you at any of our services and events.
If you’ve never been with us before, please make yourself known to us when you come, or maybe even contact our rector, Colin, before you come and we will arrange for you to see around and be met by someone.
We are a church for everyone – for those who have been a Christian for many years and for those who just want to learn a bit more about Jesus. We are committed to following Jesus and we try to live like him, though we don’t always get it right!
Please come and join us.
Normal Sunday Service Pattern
Every Sunday, except in July & August –
9am Holy Communion 1
1st Sunday – 11.30am Holy Communion 2
2nd Sunday – 11.30am Morning Prayer 1
3rd Sunday – 11.30am Morning Prayer 2
4th Sunday – 11.30am Family Service
5th Sunday – 11.30am Celebration of Wholeness and Healing
In the months of July & August, the main Sunday morning service will be 1 hour earlier, at 10.30am
Additionally, each Wednesday at 10.30am, except in July & August, there is a service of Holy Communion 2, with prayers for the sick and those in need. Followed by a cup of tea or coffee!
To look up Service Times, Click here