Groomsport Parish Church may be small in size, but we are mighty. However, due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have suspended all of our services and activities. It is hoped that from this Sunday (29th March), we will have weekly services published on our website and social media. Come and follow us on Facebook or Instagram, we are easy to find, just type into the search bar ‘Groomsport Parish Church’.
If you would like to know more about our Church or activities, please contact the Church office at email@example.com.
Groomsport Parish Church will be open again for corporate worship on Sunday 2nd August and every Sunday after. There will be smaller size services from usual and they will be held in the Parish Halls rather than the Church, to enable us to thoroughly clean the hall afterwards. Please contact the Church office if you have any questions or if you wish to attend. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Will Offering
Sadly, as you will all now know our Sunday services are not going ahead.
Should you feel you would like to switch to Standing Order for your Free Will Giving then contact us and we can send you the information. Standing orders are easily set up if you have online banking, or can fill the form in and post it to your bank.
Thank you in advance.
You can contact the Church office at email@example.com or you can private message our Facebook page which is linked at the bottom of this page
Temporary Church Closure
24th March 2020
Church and Office Closure
As from 25 March, we have been obliged to close the Church and the Church Office. We want to keep in touch with each other, you will be receiving the occasional telephone call from members of the Select Vestry just to see how you are getting on.
The Parish Office will also be closed, but if you want to contact the Church, you can ring:
The Rector – 02891 464476
Gary Keenan, The Rector’s Church Warden – 07887 706449
Ken Boyd, The Peoples’ Church Warden – 02891 465103
Do keep an eye on our Parish Website
and our Parish FaceBook page.
Closing the Church is heartbreaking, but take comfort from some words from that lovely evening hymn, “The day thou gavest”;
So be it, Lord; thy throne shall never,
like earth’s proud empires, pass away;
Thy kingdom stands, and grows for ever,
till all thy creatures own thy sway.