On the Grapevine - Week of September 18
Donegall Rd The Children’s Saturday Club at Richview Presbyterian Church begins again on Saturday, September 20, in the Pembroke Street Halls from 10.30am to 12noon.
There will be singing, bible stories, games and a tuck shop.
For further information, phone Mrs Gladys Black on 9028 9570.
Great Victoria Street Presbyterian Church will be celebrating its 150th Anniversary with a special service on Sunday, September 28, at 11.30am.
The guest preacher will be Rev Donald Patton.
In connection with the anniversary, there will be an exhibition of photographs and artifacts depicting the history and witness of the congregation over the past 150 years. The exhibition begins on Monday, September 29, and finishes on Friday, October 3, taking place each evening from 7pm to 9pm, and on Saturday, October 4, from 2pm to 4.30pm.
Tree Trek, a special walk around Belvoir Forest and Moreland’s Meadows, takes place on Saturday, September 20.
The walk, which is between two and five miles long, begins at 11am in Belvoir Forest car park. For more information about this event, call 9049 1922.
Belvoir Methodist Church on Castledillon Road has reopened its Bowling Club, which will take place on Monday nights from 8pm to 10pm.
The club suits absolute beginners as well as the more experienced bowler.
For further information, contact Ian Beggs on 9064 2489, 07522379336, or email email@example.com.
Belvoir Presbyterian Church launches a new women’s group called ‘Women’s Focus’ on Tuesday, September 23, at 8pm.
The evening will comprise of some gentle exercise, encouragement and food. Guest speaker will be Elaine Chapman.
Milltown Baptist Church, Old Milltown Road, holds a Parent & Toddler’s Group every Friday morning from 10.30am to 12noon.
The Church also provides a ‘Fit Club’ every Thursday night, from 7pm to 8pm, which is a weekly aerobics activity for ladies aged 16 years and over. Admission to the Fit Club is £2.
For more information on both groups, contact Rachael McCormick on 9050 8960.
Belvoir Presbyterian Church on Dunseverick Avenue, Belvoir Park, has organised a series of information evenings entitled ‘Which way to live?’.
The first one takes place on Sunday, September 28, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. The evening will include a presentation, music, human interest stories and supper.
Everyone is very welcome to attend and admission is free.