At 11am each Friday morning a message from a different member of the Clergy will go onto SEFF’s Facebook page with the objective of providing HOPE and encouragement at a time when many of you will be facing challenges.
Painful memories may well have reawakened within you over this difficult period. Many of you may well he suffering psychological and emotional hurt.
Be assured that God offers us His unique and divine healing and weekly we as Clergy will bring forth that message of Hope and Renewal to you, your family and the wider community.
Some of you will feel that down the years clergy have not always been by your side walking you through those most difficult times and others may feel that the leadership of our Churches has been lacking in its’ response to the human hurts and injustices you have experienced (and in many ways, continue to experience)
God offers a roadmap through all of this pain. The clergy participating in this initiative will seek to bring you a message of HOPE and Renewal, the message of the Gospel, of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ …
Upcoming Clergy contributions:
@ 11am each Friday morning on SEFF’s Victims and Survivors Facebook page. The services will also be available on SEFF’s website: www.seff.org.uk.
Each service can be accessed by clicking the minister’s name on the list below:
Week 1 – Friday 10th April 2020 (Good Friday): Rev Alastair Donaldson, Church of Ireland
Week 2 – Friday 17th April 2020: Rev Peter McIntyre, Free Presbyterian Church
Week 3 – Friday 24th April 2020: Rev Rodney Beacom, Presbyterian Church
Week 4 – Friday 1st May 2020: Fr Tim Bartlett, Roman Catholic Church
Week 5 – Friday 8th May 2020: Rev Alan Irwin, Church of Ireland
Week 6 – Friday 15th May 2020: Rev John Beacom, Methodist Church
Week 7 – Friday 22nd May 2020: Rev Nigel Reid, Presbyterian Church
Week 8 – Friday 29th May 2020: Pastor Robert Little, Faith Mission