Covid-19 Update

It has been good to be worshipping God once more with our church family in our church building.  Online worship has been good but has often lacked the closeness and fellowship of meeting together in a physical church service.

Due to the restrictions around social distancing, the church service might seem strange at first but we hope that gradually things will be able to return to normal.  Follow the link here to a letter a list of some of the guidelines that we will be following to help make church as safe as possible over the coming weeks and months.  If we work together, with good humour and grace, we can help to keep each other safe.

Some of you might feel worried about coming to church and this is only normal after such a long time apart.  We want you to be able to come back to church at your own pace and in your own time.  Because of this, we will continue to broadcast the church service live on Facebook on Sundays at 12 and upload the service to YouTube by Sunday evening.

Keep up to date with all the latest that’s happening in church here.  If you need to add anything to this lst of news items then contact William through the contacts page above or on the church’s Facebook page – www.facebook.com/tullamorechurch

Tullamore Presbyterian Church High Street Sunday Service 12 noon.
Sunday School during Service. It will be also on Facebook.
We will be hearing from Matthew 6:19-23.
Bible Study 10am Thursday.
Hope that you can come and join with us!😀
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When even the Harvest Thanksgiving Service, that most old fashioned and traditional of Presbyterian church services, gets a 21st Century pandemic twist as the preacher this week will be beaming in his sermon on the TV screen.

Presbyterian Elder, Kevin Hargaden, from the Jesuit Centre for Justice will be talking about the root causes of homelessness and the work of his colleague Fr Peter McVerry.
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