New Ground Ireland Breakfast in Ballymena Elim Church
A spokeperson for the event says,
“We would like to invite you to our New Ground Ireland Breakfast in Ballymena Elim on Saturday 17th November 2018. It will run from 8:30am to 10:00am. This is a free event though we would appreciate it if you could register on the eventbrite website to help us with preparation.”
New Ground is an exciting missional movement founded by Pastor John Oliver. He has planted Hope Central Church in Omagh and has a desire to see this replicated right across Ireland where there is no living, active, Gospel Church. Many people have a desire to see Revival in our land and through establishing local missional communities, this is one of the ways it will be accomplished. John will be sharing his vision at these breakfasts.
The heart of New Ground Ireland is to inspire the Church to reclaim Ireland for Christ, to work practically on the ground to help establish groups of believers across Ireland in every city, town & village who will live their lives on mission to further the Gospel everywhere, every way, every day!
Our primary objectives are:
– Inspiring the Church to live missionally in every sphere of society!
– Equipping & training believers to share their faith & impact their world!
– Creating opportunities for families, Church teams & individuals to volunteer with teams who will pioneer communities across Ireland!
– Kickstarting Church plants across Ireland through a variety of practical initiatives on the ground!
We believe that it is possible to see a Church, group, or team of missional believers established in every community in Ireland. Therefore, our intention is to simply play our part in actively pursuing this vision.
So get in touch to find out more and join the adventure! Contact New Ground Ireland on their website here.
New Ground Ireland Breakfast in Ballymena Elim
Saturday 17th November from 8:30am to 10:00am.
The church address is 42 Castle Street, Ballymena BT43 7BT. Click here if you need directions.
Can’t make it to Ballymena on 17th? See the flyer above for details of another one taking place in Omagh on 24th November. Also dates are planned for Dublin and Castlebar in December and January, respectively.