‘Seasoned With Hope’ – a new book from the PW at St James’ Ballymoney

‘Seasoned with Hope’, a unique Lockdown Recipes and Devotions book, has been compiled during the pandemic by the PW members at St James’s Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney.

Revealing more about the exciting publication, Joan Cubitt told The Church Page:
“This book not only contains a variety of recipes but also has devotionals throughout the publication reminding us about the importance of knowing the one true Living Hope found in Christ alone.”

She added: “It would make a great stocking filler with all proceeds going towards the Air Ambulance NI. This charity has helped so many people throughout our province.”

“We recently held a special Christmas afternoon event launching our book. Special guests included Caroline Smyth & her daughter Erin, Community ambassadors for Air Ambulance NI and Tom Johnston, P7 pupil from Macosquin Primary School with his teacher Kelsey McCrory”

Some of those who attended the launch of ‘Seasoned With Hope’ Lockdown Recipes and Devotions book in Ballymoney

‘Seasoned With Hope’Lockdown Recipes and Devotions – available now – £10 each

‘Seasoned With Hope’ is available at the cost of £10 in a number of outlets in Ballymoney, or alternatively email Joan at ajcubitt@gmail.com for more details.

Discover more about the wider work and witness of St James’ Presbyterian Church in Ballymoney by visiting their website.