Belfast City Mission – January 2021 Update

I hope you are all keeping well despite the ongoing difficulties associated with COVID19. When I took over from Mr. Bobi Brown back in July it was right in the middle of the pandemic. Our halls were closed and all activities had stopped. It was a difficult time for everyone within the Mission. Thankfully modern technology provided a way for many of the missionaries to reach their communities. Zoom meetings became very popular, YouTube videos appeared online and Facebook messages went out on a weekly basis. It was encouraging to hear reports of large numbers watching these meetings and even more encouraging when reports surfaced that a number of people had been gloriously saved listening to God’s Word presented in this way.

We acknowledge a great debt of gratitude to those who have faithfully stood with us during these very trying months. Even when finances were stretched during the summer our God provided the means to cover the staff salaries through two timely legacies. We can take great comfort from the assurance that our God always meets the needs of His people on time every time. ‘But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.’ (Phil 4:19) Yours in Christ, William Logan, Executive Secretary

Mayo Street – Paul McCaw

Facebook page – Mayo Street

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Points for Praise: Praise God for being able to contact parents through social media; for the new faces attending the Sunday service. Praise God for Jamie, Lynsay and Robert who got saved and being able to run a Christianity Explored Course for them.

Online Summer Kids Club in August 2020. Football event with Ambassadors Football on Monday nights in September 2020. Delivering ‘back to school’ kits to children in Primary 7 and Year 8. Delivering afternoon tea packs to the OAP’s linked with Mayo Street. Organising cinema passes for some families who were impacted by Covid-19.

Kimberley Street – William Cowan & Stanley Kyle (part time)

Prayer Points: Praise God for opportunities to share the Gospel with many during the past few months. Praise God for online services each Sunday and Thursday evening. Pray for those who are young in the faith that they would grow in their new found faith. Praise God for those who recently requested and received Bibles. Pray that they would grow in their faith in Christ as they study the Word. Pray for the many foreign nationals that we have much contact with. Pray as they connect with Christians in Belfast that God would open their hearts to the truth of the Gospel.