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Showing posts from June, 2024

Sermon & Service Available Online || Mark 4:26-34 || SPB

Welcome to SPB's YouTube Channel! Welcome to SPB's YouTube Channel! We are thrilled to announce the launch of our YouTube channel at St Pauls & St Barnabas! As an Anglican Evangelical Parish rooted in the heart of Belfast, we are passionate about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with our community. Now, you can join us for worship from wherever you are, as we bring our Sunday services to you online. We hope this new platform helps you feel a part of our congregation, no matter the distance. Morning Worship at St Pauls & St Barnabas on Sunday, 16th June 2024 Passage: Mark 4:26-34 Preacher: Rev Andrew Irwin For more information, check out our website: "For Jesus & our City" Podcast Episode: The Parables of the Growing Seed and the Mustard Seed In this episode, we delve into the powerful message from Mark 4:26-34, exploring the parables of the growing s

Hosting CIEF: Reflections on the Annual CIEF Summer Conference

It was a truly wonderful sight to see so many gathered at St. Paul's & St. Barnabas Church last night as we proudly hosted the Annual CIEF Summer Conference. The evening was marked by a profound sense of unity and fellowship as members from various congregations across the island came together to celebrate and deepen their understanding of what it means to be part of the Anglican Church. We were honoured to have Dr. Martin Davie as our keynote speaker. Dr. Davie, a respected theologian and author, shared his insightful perspectives on the essence of Anglicanism. His teachings delved deep into the history, theology, and practice of our faith, reminding us of the rich heritage and spiritual depth that define our church. His message resonated with many, sparking thoughtful discussions and reflections among attendees. The evening was not just about learning; it was also a time of vibrant worship led by the CIEF team. They guided us through a powerful session of praise and worship,

SPB Sermons || Identifying Jesus (Mark 3:20-35)

Identifying Jesus (Mark 3:20-35) Identifying Jesus (Mark 3:20-35) The latest sermon at St Paul's & St Barnabas Anglican Church delves into Mark 3:20-35, a passage where Jesus' relentless ministry pace brings both admiration and accusation. Jesus' family thinks He has lost His mind, and the religious leaders accuse Him of being in league with evil forces. This sermon, titled "Identifying Jesus," aims to clarify Jesus' true identity and the profound implications of recognising and misidentifying Him. He Is Either Mad or a Double Agent! After naming the disciples on the mountainside, Jesus and His new followers return to civilisation, quickly attracting a crowd. His charisma and authority draw people in, but also stir up controversy. News spreads about His teachings, miracles, and confrontations with the Pharisees. Despite the mo