A Question Of Ethics at Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian Church is a series of talks, taking place throughout April 2016, on relevant ethical issues from a Biblical perspective. Questions relating to humanity, mental health, how life should be ended are important ones, particularly in this stressful modern world, where quite often there is less emphasis given to the Biblical answers to these topics.
If we are to enjoy life to the full, it is crucial to follow God’s will on these matters. You are welcome to come along to any or all of these evenings where you will hear answers to these issues based on the Word of God.
The following speakers will look three particular areas on three evenings over three weeks: –
A Question Of Ethics at Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian.
- Humanity – What does it mean to be human?
Dr Andrew McKelvey, Wednesday 13th April 2016 @ 8.00pm
- Mental Health – Am I supposed to feel like this?
Rev Robert Robb, Wednesday 20th April 2016 @ 8.00pm
- Life and Death – How should life end?
Rev Philip Moffett – Wednesday 27th April 2016 @ 8.00pm
Everyone is welcome to come and discover God’s heart on these interesting areas at A Question Of Ethics at Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian church on Main Street in the village, with lots of parking available just opposite the church building. Find out more about Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian Church on their website here.