Bangor Convention Centenary Book Launch

The Bangor Convention centenary will be celebrated this year. The annual Bangor Convention event is organized by The Faith Mission and has taken place each year since 1916. To mark this marvelous milestone, respected Christian pastor and author, Victor Maxwell, has penned a book entitled ‘Tide of Blessing’. This chronicles the history of the Easter Weekend outreach right from its inception in April 1916 until the present day.

Bangor Convention Centenary
This fascinating journal will be officially unveiled at two upcoming launch evenings. The first one will take place in Wellington Presbyterian Church, 29 Sourhill Road, Ballymena, on Monday 29th February 2016 at 8.00pm.
If you can’t make it to Wellington, why don’t you nip up the motorway to the Congregational Church, 2 Saintfield Road, Lisburn on Thursday 3rd March 2016.
Dr Victor Maxwell will be sharing in the Ballymena launch and former Faith Mission President Rev. Tom Shaw will share at the Lisburn event.
Dr. Maxwell’s book will be available to buy on both evenings. Light refreshments will be served at what are certain to be memorable evenings.

The Bangor Convention centenary- 100 years of Bible teaching.

They are sure to serve as a fitting forerunner to the Bangor Easter Convention 2016 which is happening from Friday, 25th until Tuesday, 29th March 2016.
The venues for this year are: Trinity Presbyterian Church (Bangor), Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Hamilton Road Methodist Church and Hamilton Road Baptist.
A range of speakers will be ministering through the four days, including Rev. Tom Shaw, Dr. Victor Maxwell, Pastor John Shearer, Robert Murdoch, Peter Maiden and Rev. David Johnston.
A true family event, crèche facilities will be available as well as an Adventure Time event for older children, plus Teen Pulse and late night youth events organized by Living Hope.
Be challenged, encouraged and refreshed by sound Bible teaching, warm fellowship and Godly worship as the Bangor Convention centenary is celebrated.
For more information log on to the Faith Mission website here and you can also keep up-to-date with news about the Bangor Convention centenary events and the convention itself on their Facebook page here.