Tea Dance - Join us for an afternoon of music, craic, fellowship, tea and dancing! With music by Peter Mac you will soon find yourself tapping away or swirled onto the dancefloor! You don't need to be able to dance, simply come along for some fun and maybe learn a step or two on the way. Admission £3 per person.
The Derry and Raphoe Youth Weekend is open to all church youth who are 11+, especially those in our confirmation programme. It takes place from 23rd March - 25th March 2018 at Rossnowloagh CEF Centre.
This weekend is being facilitated by the Surf Project. They will be running all the sessions and teaching the young people how to surf! It is sure to be a great weekend of fun, faith and fellowship. The cost for the weekend which covers main meals, surf lessons, accommodation and transport is £40/€40.
Join us on a rocking adventure back in time to learn about the Easter Story through the eyes of the Thief on the cross, Mary Magdalene and more. This is a vibrant three day program called Rolling Stones, and will introduce a child friendly version of the Easter story, focussing on the resurrection and hope for the future, about how Jesus is still rolling stones away today! With drama, craft, music and games, theres something for everyone. Its open to anyone of primary school age and runs on Wednesday 28th March - Friday 30th March, from 2pm-4pm with registration open from 1:30pm on Wednesday.
EASTER STAY AWAKE – Saturday 31 st March – Sunday 1 st April, Glendermott Parish Halls, Londonderry. The Easter Stay Awake is a chance for young people to get together and wait for Easter Sunday. There is lots of food, fun, games and even a disco. On Easter morning the young people attend the Dawn Service at the See House before returning to their own parishes for morning services (or sleep!) This event runs from 8:00pm – 8:00am and is free.
The annual Easter Vestry is held once a year. At the Annual Easter Vestry parishioners vote new members on to the Select Vestry who will serve for one
year. Select Vestry members are responsible for the Finance, Fixtures and Fittings of all church property. The Easter Vestry also elects the People’s
Churchwarden, People’s Glebewarden, Supplemental Glebewarden. The Rector appoints Churchwarden, Glebewarden and Supplemental
Glebewarden. The Rector gives a report on the parish over the past year and his hopes for the incoming year. The treasurer also gives a report on the financial position on the parish. All the organisations belonging to the parish give a short report highlighting the preceding year as appropriate.
We encourage all parishioners to attend the Easter General meeting as this is parishioners opportunity to elect the Select Vestry for 2018 to listen to the annual reports and to voice their views and opinions.