Annual Church Dinner 2019

Another night to remember at Corrs Corner Hotel! Well done Colin and Christine for throwing such a great party.

It was a night of sailers, cowboys, scarecrows, kings and princesses … plus a couple of plods. See the gallery below for a little insight.

Tommy proved his music skills by defeating Alan (again) in their head to head. MOST surprisingly the usual suspects didn’t win the table quiz, and had to except a sorry second. GO The Scarecrows!!

Thanks to everyone who came and embraced the fun, wouldn’t have turned out the same without you. Here’s to next year!

Sign up for MMC Annual Church Dinner

Sign up this Sunday for our Annual Church Diner. Hosted at Corrs Corner Maple Suite on Saturday the 9th February 2019 @ 7pm.

Priced £18 per person you have the choice of two mains with sides and a choice of two desserts with teas or coffees. PLUS the room is solely ours for fun and mischief the rest of the evening.

Friends and family are very much welcome, but hurry because places are already filling up fast!

WDR needs YOU!

Irish Methodist World Development & Relief is again encouraging people to take up the challenge of participating in one of the Belfast City Marathon events, this year on Sunday 5th May. As a one-off in the year, this is a great way to be ‘church on the streets’ as a witness to the crowd, as well as supporting the mission of our Methodist brothers and sisters in Ghana.

In 2019, all funds raised will support Wenchi Methodist Hospital, Ghana.

The hospital strives to offer good quality healthcare to over 200,000 in the region.

£43,000 / €52,000 has been raised by Methodist Church in Ireland over the last three years for its global mission work.

Participants can choose from: 3-mile walk/run, 8-mile walk, team relay, full marathon, wheelchair race.

Register by 28th February to get early bird rate (or up to 12th April at higher rate)

For more info.: +44 28 90767958 or

Not everyone is cheery at Christmas

Many in our our congregation and community are dealing with the death of a loved one, facing life after divorce or separation, coping with the loss of a job, living with cancer or some other illness that gives an uncertain future, and a number of other situations.

There is a growing awareness for the needs of people who are BLUE at CHRISTMAS. Come along this evening if you feel you are living through dark times, step into this sacred space, a service designed to help you accept where you really are, and offer the gift of healing and hope.

Christmas Services… dates for your diary!

Take time out to experience the true meaning of the season in our services across this Christmas period.

Beginning with Wednesday 19th at 7pm, Blue Christmas… Sunday Advent morning service 23rd At 11am… Sunday 23rd at 6pm, Candlelight Carol Service – mince pies to follow… Christmas Eve service at 11pm… Christmas Day service at 10am.

All services will be conducted by The Reverend Alan Lorimer.