Free Will Offering
If you would prefer to contribute to the work of the church by paying regularly using a standing order instead of using the Free Will Offering envelopes then please click on the link below and print off a copy of the standing order mandate, complete the necessary details of your bank account, how much you would like to contribute and then sign it. The church bank details have been completed already together with the monthly payment option. Take the completed form to your bank and they will set up the regular payment. Please inform the Freewill Offerings Secretary, Graham Campbell, that this has been done.
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Read the latest edition of the new parish magazine by clicking on the link below
Data Privacy Notice for St Bride's
The processing of personal data is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) and under this legislation all bodies, including churches, that retain personal data must have a written document outlining how it will be processed. Click on the link below to read the Data Privacy Notice for St Bride's. If you need to contact the Honorary Secretary to the Select Vestry regarding the content of this document and any issues you may have relating to it please do so by using the contact form on this website on the 'Contact Us' page.
Communication Consent Form for St Bride's
Your privacy is very important to us, and we want to communicate with church members in a way which has their consent, and which is in line with European Law on Data Protection. As a result of a change in Data Protection legislation, we now need your consent as to how we contact you. For that reason we would be most grateful if you could please access the Consent Form by clicking on the link below and filling in the contact details for the method(s) you want us to use to communicate with you on. Post the completed form to the Honorary Secretary to the Select Vestry, c/o The Rectory, 7 Rectory Road, Doagh, Ballyclare, BT39 0PT, or give the form to one of the church wardens.
Useful links to other websites
Church of Ireland - https://www.ireland.anglican.org/
The main Church of Ireland website.
Daily Worship App
Grow in relationship with God through daily prayer. Read and meditate on Scripture. Prepare services with ease. All with the help of Daily Worship from the Church of Ireland Lectionary.
The Church of Ireland’s Daily Worship app brings the Book of Common Prayer into the smartphone era by presenting its content in one place, including Bible readings and liturgies for each day of the year.
The app covers five services – Daily Prayer (Morning), Daily Prayer (Evening), A Late Evening Office, Compline, and Holy Communion – and draws on the rich liturgical resources of the Church of Ireland.
Church of Ireland Diocese of Connor - https://www.connor.anglican.org
More local information relating to churches in our own diocese of Connor.
Connor Connections - connor.anglican.org/connor-connections/
Connor Connections is the magazine for the Diocese of Connor. There are three editions of the magazine every year containing up to date information on what has been going on within the Diocese.
Holy Land Pilgrimages - http://www.pilgrimage106.com
Find information on this website about the Holy Land pilgrimages organised by our own rector, Rev. Canon David Humphries, and Rev. Amanda Adams, rector of the parishes of Ballyrashane and Kildollagh.
The links below are for charities that are supported by the parish (or by parishioners for personal reasons).
Air Ambulance NI - This charity runs the air ambulance facility based at the Maze near Lisburn. The service only began in July 2017 but has been used on countless occasions since, saving lives right across Northern Ireland.
Simon Community - This is Northern Ireland's leading homeless charity, working without prejudice to support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Women’s Aid - This is the lead voluntary organisation in Northern Ireland addressing domestic and sexual violence and providing services for women and children.
SOS NI - This is a volunteered centred charity that is making a real difference to children, young people and adults on the streets of Belfast during the night time economy period. It offers a unique mobile service that can be located wherever it is needed. Trained volunteers and medical staff operate from specifically designed and equipped vehicles deploying satellite foot and mobile patrols to extended areas of need. This ensures that professional caring services are delivered to the vulnerable in times of crisis when required.
Christian Aid - A UK charity fighting global poverty
The Children’s Cancer Unit Charity exists solely to support the work of the Children’s Cancer and Haematology Unit at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children as well as their families.
Riding for the Disabled - A UK charity dedicated to improving the lives of thousands of people through education, therapy and fun.