Trinity Methodist Church celebrates its 21st birthday

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As part of the celebrations of the church’s 21st birthday, Trinity Methodist, off the Knockmore Road is hosting various special events throughout the year.

The church wants to celebrate its ‘coming of age’ together with the local community.

On September 12 the church held a Community Service Day with a litter pick in the Knockmore Road area in the morning followed by an afternoon with the residents of the Lillie Court development beside the church.

Church members organised a quiz and provided afternoon tea.

This Saturday night, October 10 at 7.30pm Trinity is hosting an Evening of Praise with the King’s Chorale and John Nilsen.

The King’s Chorale is a Belfast-based mixed-voice choir of approximately 70 singers who perform a range of sacred music from traditional anthems to gospel style praise.

The American pianist John Nilsen mixes elements of folk, jazz and classical music in a contemporary style.

He has toured in Europe and Asia and has sold over one million CDs.

He plays regularly throughout America and is performing at several venues throughout Ireland this week.

The event is free and everyone is welcome to come along. An offering will be taken supporting the work of Open Schools Worldwide.

Future events include a Healing Service with Rev David Jardine on Sunday, November 22 at 7:00pm.

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