Scripture Union Autumn-Winter 2017 events include a coffee morning in Ballymena and their 150th Anniversary Celebration in Belfast.
A Coffee Morning in support of Scripture Union will be held in the ‘Welcome’ area in West Presbyterian Church, Ballymena. This will take place on Saturday 21st October 2017 from 10:30am – 12:30pm.
Everyone is welcome and please pass the word about this event on to family and friends.
All proceeds go to the work of the Scripture Union’s E3 Ballymena schools project.
Here are a few points from the Scripture Union NI website which outlines their E3 aims.
‘The E3 Schools project is a model of delivering schools ministry at localised level by dividing Northern Ireland into districts and employing schools workers in each area. Backed up by local volunteers and support teams, and working alongside local churches, E3 describes our 3 main aims:
ENGAGING schools pupils with the opportunities and resources that may lead them to encountering Jesus through His word, praying that they can make an informed decision about Jesus and His truth.
EQUIPPING Christian teachers and pupils by giving them support and encouragement to facilitate growth in Christian maturity and to encourage them to be salt and light in their schools.
EMPOWERING churches to actively pray, support and get involved in Schools Ministry by partnering with the E3 Schools Project.
All E3 Projects are completely financed by donations from local churches, groups and individuals. In order to ensure long term financial security for the project we aim to raise £30,000 each year.’
Scripture Union Autumn-Winter 2017 events include their 150th Anniversary Celebration.
You would also be very welcome at the Scripture Union Northern Ireland 150th Anniversary Celebration. Join SU as it celebrates the past, present and future of its ministry around the world. Particularly our part in that story here in Northern Ireland. The event takes place in The Waterfront Riverside, 2 Lanyon Place, Belfast on Saturday 18th November 2017 at 7:00pm. Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £7:50 under 16’s. For more information and to buy your tickets go to the SUNI website here.