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STAY CONNECTED!

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Malone Youth On-line

We'll be keeping in touch via:Telegram (group messaging)Zoom (group video chat)We'll also be launching daily Bible Reading plans through the Bible App.Keep an eye on our Instagram page (@maloneyouth) for regular updates!

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Malone Newsweekly

Malone Newsweekly keeps our congregation up to date with news and events. If you would like to receive your copy every Friday, please contact the church office with your e-mail address.  

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ASK - Ask, Seek, Knock

Why we are using ASK? To sharpen the focus of our prayers as a congregation.  Each month there is a different theme.  March is LIGHT. For more information, please visit: www.presbyterianireland.org/Resources/Prayer/ASK-Prayer-Cards  There are also ASK cards available in the Paton Halls or Church Vestibule.

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TIDES

Tides is a simple resource to help you develop a regular rhythm of bible reading.  For further information visit http://www.presbyterianireland.org/Resources/Prayer/TIDES.aspx

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CONNECT......

Connect is Malone's Sunday morning programme open for everyone in Year 8-10. Here at Malone we value relationship with each other, worshipping together, and most of all, connecting with God. Connect allows us to do all three as we come to worship together at 11am in the church, we then leave during the service [along with JAM] so we can...

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New Elders at Malone

On Sunday 3rd June, Malone had their Ordination of Elders Service followed by lunch in the Paton Halls. Pictured are (front row L-R) Andrew Scott, Elizabeth Scott, Carolyn McGrath, Gillian Brown, Jackie Armstrong, Jill Gilpin and John Kenny who were ordained and installed as elders. They are pictured with members of South Belfast Presbytery...

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