On Friday 24 June and Saturday 25 June our church are back at Herron’s farm in Donaghadee for a two-night outreach event – Hope Has a Name.
The young adults are leading the service, and it’s an event for everyone. The Well band will lead the worship, there will be testimonies and Pastor Stephen Campbell will be bringing a gospel message.
Last year we had a great time there, and this year, with fewer covid restrictions around this time, we’re trusting that it’s bigger and better!
So, if you’re thinking of coming along here’s what you need to know.
The event starts at 7:15pm each night. Come early, and bring a blanket or some picnic chairs to sit on. Bring some snacks if you want, and you’ll be given a bottle of water on your arrival. There’ll even be an ice-cream van there if you’re still feeling hungry. It’s impossible to predict the great Northern Ireland weather, but last year the sun came out, particularly on the Saturday night and we had a tremendous time, and we’re hoping that the weather will again be good this year.
If you would like to invite someone to this event, there are paper flyers available in the church foyer.
The address is: Herron's Farm, 4 Hogstown Road, Donaghadee BT21 0NL