Information Evening in St Anne's on Monday 23rd SEptember at 7.30 p.m.
1st September 2020 - 7 days - escorted by Rev. Elizabeth Stevenson
£1599 pp sharing .
The parish of Drumglass includes the churches of St. Annes, Dungannon & St. Elizabeths, Moygashel, Dungannon. Clergy at Drumglass are The Ven Andrew Forster Rector assisted by Rev Graham Hare and Rev Elizabeth Stevenson Curates.
Our two churches have regular services alongside various organisations associated with the life of the church.
We are always delighted to meet visitors to our parish and we can assure you of a warm welcome.
Disabled access to St Anne's Parish Church and Church Hall has now been upgraded and you can access this from the top gate (off Church Street) and either enter the building via the side door of the Church on Church Street or use the new disabled pathway to the glass doors at the side of the church.
Telephone number for the Parish Office which is normally open on a Thursday and Friday is 028 87752281.
Organisations & Activities Start up dates
These are the dates that we have received so far. Other dates will be published on the notice sheet and website as they become available. New members are always welcome to any of our organisations.
|Stepping Stones Carer and Toddler Group – St Anne’s||Friday||6th September||10 a.m.|
|Kidzone – St Anne’s||Friday||6th September||6.30 p.m.|
|Sunday School – St Elizabeth’s||Sunday||8th September|
|JAM – St Anne’s||Sunday||8th September|
St Elizabeth’sSenior Citizens Club
|Mothers’ Union Rural Deanery Service||Wednesday||11th September||7.30 p.m.|
|Bowling Club – St Anne’s||Monday||9th September||8 p.m.|
|Bowling Club – St Elizabeth’s||Monday||9th September||8 p.m.|
|Brownies – St Anne’s||Wednesday||11th September||6.30 to 8 p.m.|
|Ladies Guild – St Elizabeth’s||Wednesday||18th September||8 p.m.|
|Rainbows – St Anne’s||Thursday||19th September||6 to 7 p.m.|
|Parish Praise and Prayer||Monday||30th September||8 p.m.|
This year, Drumglass Parish worked in partnership with Dungannon Youth for Christ, to bring a large group of teenagers from across the town to Glenarm, for the exciting Summer Madness festival. As always, the campers had a great time and enjoyed the atmosphere, fellowship and opportunity to grow in their faith. We rejoice with those young people who committed their lives to Jesus over the weekend and trust that they will grow as disciples, in the years that lie ahead.
Summer Madness provides an invaluable and unique opportunity for young people, from across Ireland, to gather and celebrate their faith. Many adults in leadership across the church today, reflect on very significant encounters with God that they had at Summer Madness. We want to ensure that our young people have the same opportunity. Thanks to all at Summer Madness who make the event possible and to our own exceptional Kerry Stewart and her team of leaders, who looked after the Drumglass contingent so well.