Author Archives: Rob Craig
Easter Services Palm Sunday
Because of the snow and bad weather the following events have been cancelled for Wednesday 14th January 2015 Men’s Club, Boy’s Brigade – All Sections Bible Study
“It is good to praise the Lord” Psalm 92:1 A prayer of thanksgiving for the end of the day Preacher: Rob Craig
A Prayer for Guidance “Show me the way I should go.” Psalm 143:8 Preacher – Rob Craig
With Darran McCorriston at Ballyloughan, Ballymena
A very busy day ahead; we start off with the congregation of Groomsport where I start with coffee and the Bible class, followed by morning worship and lunch with the Session. Then we are off to Tandragee for a joint … more
With the Glendermott Session
Karen and I are very excited at the prospect of returning to India.
Drumlegagh and Mountjoy – we are looking forward to being with Jonathan, Tara, Tom and Alice – hard to believe that it is almost a year since they left us.
It was good for us to be at home for part of last weekend.
Tomorrow, we shall make our way to Kilkeel Presbyterian Church, in the Kingdom of Mourne were the Rev Stephen Johnston is minister. Yesterday I sent an email around all ministers encouraging them to remember in prayer all who have been … more
On Friday 7th February it was an honour to be a guest of Rev Andrew Thompson the chaplain of Ulster Rugby.
Karen and I enjoyed our visit to the Down Presbytery which was both varied and busy.
The above title suggests that I have become a Rock Star – but there is no danger of that! On Sunday 2nd February I shall be conducting worship in 1st Saintfield Presbyterian Church.
It’s been a wee while since I have been able to find the time to upload some photos from
Sunday 12th – Cliftonville Church plant in N Belfast.
Yes, it is rather late, but as we all enter 2014 may our confidence be in the Lord who is the same, yesterday, today and forever. As Moderator, I enjoyed a break over Christmas and it was really great to … more
Greetings from Belfast where Rachel arrived yesterday and Hannah arrives today.
Tonight, Thursday 5th December; Christmas meal and address with the Ruling