Job opportunity-Leader in Charge of Seagoe Youth Group
An exciting opportunity to lead Seagoe Youth Group’s ministry in the wider Seagoe area, in particular following last week’s announcement that we have been successful in our application for a grant to have the current youth centre at Killicomaine redeveloped.
Please share with anyone who might know of someone interested in this post.
Seagoe Youth Group seeks to appoint a Leader in Charge.
The Leader will have responsibility for the development of the Group’s youth work programme, in line with Education Authority priorities.
Remuneration will be in line with JNC Professional Range Pts 20-23 (Centre Based Youth Worker II)
Job descriptions and application forms are available by emailing email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 18th June 2018 at noon.
Interviews will be held on 25th June 2018
New Staff Team
Simon Community Sunday-12th March 2017
Sunday 12th March
We are delighted that one of our youth workers, Josh Thornbury, who previously worked with the Simon Community will be speaking at our 9am and 10.30am services on the work of The Simon Community.
Following the main service, at about noon, everyone is invited to a fund-raising lunch in the Parish Centre for the work of Simon Community.
Please spread the word and bring others along with you.
Antiques and Collectibles Fair
Antiques and Collectibles Fair to be held on Saturday 11th February from 10am-4pm in Seagoe Parish Centre.
Last year’s fair was excellent and this year is shaping up to be even better.
Revd. Geoffrey Hamilton
We are delighted to welcome Revd. Geoffrey Hamilton as our new Intern Deacon for the coming year. Geoff will serve in Seagoe whilst continuing his studies in Dublin at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute.
click link to Diocesan Website for more information
200th Anniversary of the Consecration of the Church for Worship
Sunday 26th June 2016 is the closest Sunday to the 200th Anniversary of the Consecration of the current Church building for worship, the Consecration having been on 28th June 1816.
While in command of 9th (Service) Battalion, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Blacker wrote to his wife, Eva, almost every day. The letters were relatively uncensored and provide a fascinating insight into the life of a commanding officer in the front line and of the actions of his Battalion. Between 1921 and 1924 extracts from his letters were reproduced in the magazine of Seagoe Parish Church, Portadown in chapters titled ‘With The ‘Ninth’ In France‘.
Find out more from the website Blacker’s letters – with the ‘Ninth’ in France