15th Annual Carols Together

TOGETHER. Pictured launching the annual Carols Together' event which takes place on Monday December 8th commencing at 7pm in First Ballymoney Church are, Rev Greg Alexander (Methodist Church), Rev Gareth Maclean (First Ballymoney) and Rev Andrew Sweeney (St Patrick's Parish) along with Ballymoney Borough Council's Good Relations Officer, Jonny Donaghy. Not included is Fr Francis O'Brien (Our Lady & St Patrick).INBM48-14 017SC.
TOGETHER. Pictured launching the annual Carols Together' event which takes place on Monday December 8th commencing at 7pm in First Ballymoney Church are, Rev Greg Alexander (Methodist Church), Rev Gareth Maclean (First Ballymoney) and Rev Andrew Sweeney (St Patrick's Parish) along with Ballymoney Borough Council's Good Relations Officer, Jonny Donaghy. Not included is Fr Francis O'Brien (Our Lady & St Patrick).INBM48-14 017SC.

Monday 8th December commencing at 7pm in First Ballymoney Presbyterian Church, Meeting House Street.

Another year is drawing rapidly to a close and as Christmas approaches Ballymoney Borough Council Good Relations are promoting their 15th Annual Carols Together Event.

The numbers taking part in this event have grown year on year and they are expecting even bigger crowds this year so arrive early to be sure of a seat.

This event includes the singing of some wonderful well known Christmas Carols and the reading of passages from the New Testament to focus our thoughts on the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

This year Carols Together will be held on Monday 8th December commencing at 7pm in First Ballymoney Presbyterian Church, Meeting House Street progressing to Ballymoney Methodist Church on Seymour Street and then to Church of Our Lady and St Patrick, Castle Street before finishing at St Patrick’s Parish Church, Queen Street where seasonal refreshments will be served.

Christians from throughout the Borough and further afield have flocked to this event in the past so please come along and join in.

Please dress warmly for the short walk between churches but the chill will be quickly dissipated by the warm welcome you will receive at each Church. We look forward to seeing you all on the 8th December.