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Details of our Holy Week Services below . . . .

Dear Friends
Lent is upon us and the temptation of Lent for any Rector is to  . . . .
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Faure's Requiem

1st April
@ 8.00 pm

The Choir of Bangor Abbey

Director of Music
Donald Hamilton


Bangor Abbey Sunday Group

Learn about God through stories, games, craft and songs

Ages are from 3 upwards - All welcome

Why not bring a friend

click on the photo for details


About us . . .
to Bangor Abbey

Whether you are a parishioner keeping up to date with the latest news and events or a visitor new to the site we hope you will find something of interest here.  Perhaps you want to check if you have a connection with Bangor or you are someone who has an interest in the history of the monastery of the sixth century.  Should you be visiting for the first time it would be wonderful if you discovered something here to draw you into fellowship with us as we continue to worship and serve God in this generation.  If you canít find what you are looking for or want further information please email us or contact the parish office and we will do our very best to help. If you would like to know more about us go here.


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North Down

This week the items urgently needed are:

Long grain rice, sauces to serve with rice, diluted juice, long life milk, tinned meats, jam, cooking oil, toilet roll, kitchen roll, household cleaning products, shower gell, shampoo, baby food & nappies.

Thanks again for your continued support which is making a real difference to people's lives

Services in Holy Week

10.30 am Holy Communion
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

7.30 pm Evening Service
Monday & Tuesday

Wednesday at 8.00 pm
Faure's Requiem

Thursday at 7.30 pm
Holy Communion

Good Friday
10.30 am - Ashort act of worship with younger members in mind
Noon Meditation
7.30 pm Tenebrae
The overall title for Holy Week is 'The Nail' based on a series of reflections by the Bishop of Chelmsford, Stephen Cotteral.  Key witnesses to the events of Holy Week describe the crucifixion from their point of view and each reflection consists of a Bible reading, a narrative and a short prayer.  We will also be using material provided by Bishop Harold Miller called 'Week of Weeks'.

Keep up to date with Paul & Tanya in Uganda - click on the photo . . .


Bangor Abbey in Mission 2015

Jim & Karen's Rwanda fundraising present

African Night
featuring All Nations Choir

Saturday 25 April
6.00 pm to 7.30 pm

in Bangor Abbey
Admission £5 per person
(inc light supper)

Traditional African singing
and an opportunity to try African Drumming!

Bangor Abbey Tots
in the Parish Centre
every Tuesday
10.00am to 12 noon

come along and join the fun!


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