Ladies’ Breakfast, May 2018

We recently held our first Ladies’ breakfast, and it was a tremendous success with over 60 in attendance.

You can view the more photos from the morning on our Facebook page by clicking here.

The Life & Times of Jesus of Nazareth Festival, April 2018

In April, All Saints’ Tullylish hosted “The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth Festival”. The festival was a unique presentation of who Jesus was, what He said and what He did by looking at verses from the Bible and through a variety of designs, tell His story.

The gallery below shows some photographs from a wonderful week for our church.

You can view the full photo gallery on the All Saints’ Tullylish Facebook page by clicking here.

Women’s Fellowship

Thursday, 8pm (2nd Thursday of the Monthly)

The Women’s Fellowship is actively involved in the life of the Parish whilst also attracting members from the wider community.  Its aim is to give the women of the parish an opportunity of meeting together to enjoy the fellowship of others.

To maintain interest in the work of the church both at home and abroad. Assisting in efforts for the social and financial welfare of the church.  Above all, to be associated in the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom. Interesting programmes are drawn up which include a variety of speakers, fund raising events for the church and community and day or weekend trips to places of interest.

Tullylish Youth

Sundays, 7pm

This group is a newly formed group that seeks to welcomes young people between eleven and eighteen to meet together in their own space. We also meet with other groups and share in diocesan events.

Sunday School

Sunday mornings (during service)

Our Sunday School is called JIGSAW. The aims of Jigsaw are:

  • To teach children, from an early age, sound Christian Doctrine and Biblical truths.
  • To nurture children in their faith and seek to make the Bible alive and relevant to them.

Soup & Stew Lunches

Tuesday, 2-4pm (Fortnightly)

This group of parishioners provides Soup and Stew lunches to the local community in our church hall.  The meals are free and our provided fortnightly on a Tuesday through out late Autumn and Winter.  They provide a place of warmth and engagement with the local community.

Men’s Fellowship

Tuesday, 8pm (3rd Sunday of the month)

The group provides Christian fellowship for men of all denominations.

At our regular meetings we have guest speakers who discuss a wide variety of subjects which we hope will inform and educate. We also have visits to well-known sites like Parliament Buildings, Belfast City Hall and locally Scarvagh House Stud, and occasional activity trips like quad bike racing.

Men’s Fellowship meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month from September through to April. At present we have approximately fifteen regular members with others joining us for meetings or trips that are of interest to them.

Divine Healing Service

Sunday, 6.30pm (1st Sunday of the month)

The aim of the service is to provide prayer ministry for those needing the healing touch of God in any part of their lives or upon their bodies. The services have regular guest speakers who come to Minister and proclaim their experiences of healing.