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Dear Friends at St Nicholas’,
Easter is at the heart of who we are as Christians. It is our “birth-day” as we remember the life that Jesus makes possible for us because of his death on the cross and rising again. It is of course a very special time for us and as you will see from the pages of this magazine there are many events and activities which are focussed around this pivotal point in the calendar.

On a practical note first, this year with Easter falling so late we have decided to hold the annual meeting of the General Vestry of St Nicholas’ before Easter rather than our customary practice of having it in the week after the Easter break. This is in keeping with the rules of the church and means that we will meet during April rather than having to wait until May. All registered vestry members are encouraged to come and take part in this important meeting at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 10th April. We look forward to seeing you there.

The following week is Holy Week and we will once again prepare to celebrate Easter by joining with other Christians in the town as we meet together to consider the cost of the salvation that Jesus Christ offers to all who trust and follow him. Each evening from Monday to Friday we will meet together at 7.30 pm and this year the Church of the Nazarene in Oakfield Drive will be our hosts. Our special speaker this year will be Bishop Eric Menees, who is bishop of San Joaquin in the USA. We look forward to welcoming Bishop Eric as he travels from California to lead our services - I hope that you will find it possible to join us.

In addition each morning during Holy Week there will be a short act of worship in St Nicholas at 10 am (10.30 am on Good Friday). In particular we invite those with children to consider joining us for our Good Friday Family Service as we gather at the cross once again. On Easter Eve, our Youth Fellowship will be joining an evening of praise in the Baptist Church before taking part in their annual Easter Stay-awake!!

We will begin Easter Day by joining with Christians from many different congregations for a short act of worship in the Mission Carrick Dawn Service at 7am at Carrickfergus Castle Car Park. Following this we will share breakfast together in Joymount Presbyterian Church Hall.

This will be followed by our Easter morning services in church at the normal times of 9.30 am and 11 am, when we will share together in Holy Communion. (At 11 am the service will be a shortened form of Communion with an all-age talk suitable for children, so that the whole church family can join in celebrating Easter together) At
6.30 pm we look forward to an evening of Easter praise led by the choir who have been rehearsing some special music for this service over the last number of weeks. Do come and join in with what promises to be a wonderful day of celebration and praise!

Please continue to pray for Cameron and Alex as they plan and make preparations for the next stage of their ministry. Many of you will know that they are following a call to go and lead a new chaplaincy ministry in Dublin, seeking to serve and reach out to the business community in the city. Cameron will be travelling to Australia immediately after Easter to discuss this work with friends and contacts there and hopefully gain prayer and financial support for this new ministry. Please pray for a successful trip for him. If you would like to add your own support for Cameron, there are cards and commitment forms available in church.

Please also pray this month as George engages in the process of looking for a successor for Cameron in the role of curate here at St Nicholas! Pray that the Lord’s person for this role would become clear.

May I wish you all a very happy and blessed Easter!

Yours in Jesus,

Congratulations to the members of St Nicholas’ Parish Church Indoor Bowling Club who beat Joymount Presbyterian Church Bowling Club in the final of the Neeson Cup which they last won in 2003.

If any parishioner known to you is sick or in hospital,
please contact the church office or the clergy so that
they may be visited.  Thank you

Beauty By Design Women’s Conference

17th – 18th May 2019 at Jordan Victory Church Carrickfergus
You were never meant to walk through life alone.  This has nothing to do with if you are single or married. Marriage does not solve the issue, community does, and you find your community in your spiritual family- the body of Christ. You need to find the people who will stand with you in tough times .

Life is about relationships. When you experience suffering in life, you need people around you. There are situations that nobody should ever have to go through alone.  Nobody should have to stand alone, whether on the edge of an open grave, awaiting hospital results or when struggling in a marriage or raising a family.  You will need people who will defend you, stand up for you, protect you and encourage you to stay on track.

The world often promotes "strong independent woman, be your own person, do you own thing, you don't need to rely on anyone". Whereas the Word of God calls us to be strong and totally dependent on Him, to love and care for one another and remain united as daughters of the King.

Ephesians 4:16 He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it helps the others parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love.

We would like to organise a group of women from St Nicholas to go to the Jordan Victory Church's Beauty by Design Women's Conference 2019. The conference takes place on 17th and 18th May and tickets cost between £8-22. If you would like to join us, please contact Alison Kane or Catherine in the Church Office by Friday 19th April. Everyone welcome!

Christian Baptism

“Suffer the little children to come unto me”

24th February 2019—Cole James Davison Hall

Christian Burial

‘I am the Resurrection and the Life’
26th  February 2019—Audrey Joan Steven

28th  February 2019—Annie McAtamney

11th  March 2019—James Michael Hickey

13th  March 2019—Derek Stuart Graham

16th  March 2019—Frederick (Fred) Roulston

21st March 2019—David McCartney


March 2019
Praise God that Andrea feels that she is almost back to normal after her illness.  She will continue going to day rehab twice a week to build strength before being reassessed by the doctor in Högsbo at the beginning of April. 

Give thanks that our new Swedish edition of God’s Big Picture arrived on schedule and was launched at our second Equipped Conference with Vaughan Roberts 29th-30th March.  Please pray for Vaughan who looked at preaching the ‘big picture’ in Habakkuk on the Friday and Hebrews on the Saturday and our Crosslinks Mission Partners Chris and Lotta Strajnic who led a seminar on Marriage and Ministry and Jonathan Pearson who dealt with One-2-One Bible Reading. 

We’ve been very encouraged in church over the past weeks as three new members have been received in.  We’re excited about the new series in 1 Peter that has now begun.  Pray that we, as God’s strangers, would be better equipped in how we think, live and suffer in a hostile world. 
Trevor, Andrea, Emily, Grace & Alice xx


Who delivered up Jesus to die? Not Judas, for money; not Pilate, for fear; not the Jews, for envy; but the Father, for love!                         Octavious Winslow

The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge.                        Anon

Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.    Anon

School of Biblical Training

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15).

Do you teach the Bible perhaps in a one to one, small group or church setting? Would you like to be better equipped?

Please consider signing up for the first School of Biblical Training taking place in Belfast this May. Our trainers cover the basic principles of expository ministry – preaching that allows the Bible to speak for itself by using clearly defined rules of interpretation.

Date: Thursday evenings starting 2nd May until 14th June 2019
Time: 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm
Venue: 32 Montgomery Road, Belfast, BT6 9HL.
Trainers: Rev David Luckman (Ireland Team Leader) and
Rev Eddie Coulter (Rector, Lambeg Parish Church)
Cost: £10 donation towards refreshments and training material

Please feel able to call the Crosslinks Office if you would like further information or to book your place by phoning +44 (0) 28 9079 6028.


PrayerPoint evenings are your opportunity to join in prayer for the life and witness of St Nicholas’ and the church of Jesus Christ around the world. Come on one of the evenings or come to both;
Come for the whole evening or come for a short time;
Come and pray aloud or in silence;
But come - we’ll be delighted to see you!
St Nicholas’ Church
Monday 1st April 7.00 pm—8.00 pm


Why teenagers worry
One teenager was talking to another, 'I'm really concerned. My father slaves away at his job so I'll never want for anything, and down the years has set aside thousands of pounds so that I can go to university. And my mother spends every day washing and ironing and cleaning up after me. She even takes care of me when I'm sick.'
The other teenager said: 'Sounds perfect – so what are you worried about?'
The first teenager replied: 'I'm afraid that one day they might try to escape.'
First lady: husband is an efficiency expert in a large office.
Second lady: does he do?
First lady: Well, if we women did it, they’d call it nagging.

St Nicholas Parish Church

Prayer Diary – April 2019

The monthly Prayer Diary included in Parish News is designed to help us pray each day of the month for a different aspect of our parish life, our community and our nation.  It also includes prayers for situations, communities and individuals in other parts of the world.  Each Prayer Diary begins with a Prayer of the Month.  Keep it to hand and use as part of your daily devotions.

A suggested pattern for daily devotions:

1. Read a portion of Scripture.
2. Thank God for what you have learned from His Word.
3. Confess your sin.
4. Use the Lord’s Prayer.
5. Use the Prayer of the Month.
6. Pray for others and for yourself, including the topic of the day.

Prayer for the Month
Have Thine own way, Lord, have Thine own way; Thou art the potter, I am the clay; Mould me and make me after Thy will, while I am waiting, yielded and still.  Have Thine own way, Lord ... Search me and try me, Master today. Whiter than snow, Lord, wash me just now, as in Thy presence humbly I bow. Have Thine own way, Lord ... wounded and weary, help me, I pray.  Power, all power, surely is Thine; touch me and heal me, Saviour divine.  Have Thine own way Lord ... Hold over my being absolute sway; Fill with Thy Spirit till all shall see Christ only, always, living in me.  Amen

1st April – Monday
Pray for this evening’s PrayerPoint.  Pray for George chairing the first of three Easter Vestries (including St Nicholas’) this month.

2nd April – Tuesday
Lives and communities were devastated by Cyclone Idai which struck Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.  Pray for those affected by this disaster, for governments and relief agencies including Tearfund.  Pray for generosity from richer nations, for clean water supplies, food, medicines and shelters.  Remember too those affected by the killings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

3rd April – Wednesday
The extended choir meets this evening for their final practice.  Pray for Alison and for choir members, giving thanks for their contribution to our worship.

4th April – Thursday
Pray for our various Small Groups meeting at different times and locations.

5th April – Friday
Busy Bees meets this morning.  Pray for the families that make up this group.

6th April – Saturday
Give thanks for Andrea Watson’s continued recovery from illness.  Pray for the Watson family and for lives touched by their mission in Sweden.

7TH APRIL – SUNDAY (5th Sunday in Lent)
Pray for our services and Cafèée Church.  Pray for George, Cameron; Brian and for the teaching we receive each week.  Pray for JAM and for the Bible Class.

8th April – Monday
The Curacy process begins today for those who will be ordained in the autumn.  Pray for God’s guidance for candidates and parishes.

9th April – Tuesday
Pray for the sick, remembering especially those with a terminal illness, their carers and medical staff.  Pray that all would know God’s Love and Peace.

10th April – Wednesday
Pray for this morning’s visit to Sunnylands School for their assembly.  Pray for a good attendance at this evening’s Easter Vestry, for Christian parishioners willing to stand for election to the Select Vestry and for wisdom for voters.  Give thanks for those who have served in the past.

11th April – Thursday
Pray for ICM and for Mark Smith at City Church in Dublin.

12th April – Friday
The Beavers are planning to ‘Stay Awake’ this evening.  Pray for them and for all of our uniformed organisations.

13th April – Saturday
George travels to Dublin today to lead a Seminar for Deacons on ‘Conducting Funerals’.  Pray for all attending.  Pray for the Parish Walking Group.

14TH APRIL – SUNDAY (6th Sunday in Lent/Palm Sunday)
Pray for our services today, for this morning’s Family Service when we are joined by our uniformed organisations and for the Music Group.

15th April – Monday
Pray for our prayer time each morning in church.  Pray for Holy Week services in the Church of the Nazarene and for guest preacher Bishop Eric Menees, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin.

16th April – Tuesday
Our Women’s Fellowship is attending this evening’s Holy Week service in the Church of the Nazarene.  Pray for this evening’s service.

17th April – Wednesday
Pray for this morning’s prayer time and Holy Communion service in St Nicholas’.  Pray for this evening’s service in the Church of the Nazarene.  Pray for Bishop Eric Menees and for the clergy taking part in this week’s services.  Pray for Catherine and the team assembling the May issue of Parish News this morning and for magazine distributors.

18th April – Thursday
This evening’s service in the Church of the Nazarene will include Holy Communion.  Pray for this evening’s worship and for Mission Carrickfergus.

19th April – Friday (Good Friday)
Our Good Friday Family Service takes place this morning.  Pray for this and the last Holy Week Service in the Church of the Nazarene.  Give thanks for the opening of God’s Word to us this week and for the welcoming team that has greeted worshippers each evening.

20th April – Saturday
Give thanks for skills of the team who will decorate the church this morning in preparation for Easter.  Pray for this evening’s Youth Praise in Carrickfergus Baptist Church and for our own Youth Fellowship and their sleep-over.

21ST APRIL – SUNDAY (The 1st Sunday of Easter/Easter Day)
Easter services begin with the annual Dawn service followed by breakfast, this year provided by the congregation at Joymount Presbyterian.  Pray for our own services, especially this evening’s Easter Praise.

22nd April – Monday
Pray for Cameron as he travels over the next two weeks, that he will enjoy some family time and also make good contacts that would bear fruit for his future ministry in Dublin.

23rd April – Tuesday
Pray for Persecuted Christians, especially those in Egypt and Syria.  Pray for Open Doors.

24th April – Wednesday
Pray for those feeling the pain of bereavement.

25th April – Thursday
Emmanuel continues his work in Children’s Ministry.  Pray for him and for Christian mission and teaching in Tabora Diocese.

26th April – Friday
Pray for today’s Connor Youth Forum.

27th April – Saturday
Pray for SAMS (South American Mission Society).

28TH APRIL – SUNDAY (The 2nd Sunday of Easter)
Pray for today’s church services and for our CD Ministry.

29th April – Monday
The Spectrum Centre in Belfast is the venue for Bishop Alan Abernethy’s Book Launch today.  Pray for him and his continuing cancer treatment.

30th April – Tuesday
Pray for the opening of our church today for prayer.  Give thanks for parishioners who clean and carry out other housekeeping work in our church and church halls.


Please bring all flower donations for Easter Sunday to the church at 9.30 am on Saturday 20th April.  If you can also stay to arrange some flowers, your help would be greatly appreciated.  The Flower Group


April is going to be a very short month for JAM and Bible Class. We have only 1 week of teaching in April and that will be on 7th April.  JAM will be looking at New Life in Christ.  Bible Class will be looking at the Easter Story.

April dates:
14th April is Palm Sunday no JAM or Bible Class.
21st April is Easter Sunday no JAM or Bible Class.
28th April is Family Service no JAM or Bible Class.

It would be lovely to see our young people in Church over Easter.

Our Teaching Training Day is 6th April 2019, with Rory Bell from Teaching and Training Ministries at Union Theological College.  Anyone who would like to attend please speak to me.  It runs from 10 am until 4.30 pm. Please bring you own lunch. I believe tea and coffee will be provided.  The price for the Training Day is £16.58 not £10.00 as previously stated in the March edition of Parish News.

I have had some interest regarding Crosslinks College if you would like further information please speak to me.

Forthcoming event:
Our Bible Class and Leaders are  organising a fundraising event for Cameron, this will be a Coffee Morning which will be on Saturday 8th June 2019 time to be confirmed.  If anyone would be interested in helping us with this event please speak to anyone from the Team.

If anyone would like further information on JAM or Bible Class please speak to me or anyone from the Team

On behalf of JAM and Bible Class, thank you for your continued support.
Sharon Maxwell JAM Co-ordinator

Crèche Rota April 2019

7th    John Kane & Christine Stewart
14th    Karen Bell & Janice Nelson
21st    Lorraine Gibson & Alison Kane
28th     Deirdre Beck & Carol Moneypenny

The Crèche is in the Choir Vestry.  Children can be left there from 10.50 am each Sunday.   It would be appreciated if those who kindly staff the Crèche would be there in good time.  If you can't be present on a Sunday listed, please arrange for another of the volunteers to cover for you. Thank you for your co-operation.


                    Morning                        Evening
7th         Johnnie McAlister             Julie Irvine
14th        Gordon Dalton                Steven Todd
21st        Graeme Miles                 Glenn Nelson
28th        Rachel McVeigh              Cafe Church

Flowers in Church April 2019

7th    In memory of Molly Broad
14th    In memory of my dad—Lisa Thompson
21st    In memory of our beloved mother Barbara Binding
21st    Easter Flowers
28th    In memory of Mum, Dad, Nanny & Aunt Meta—Erica & David McKeen

If you would like to donate flowers for the Church please fill your name in against the appropriate space on the Flower List in the main porch or speak to either Catherine in the Church Office or Gillian Dalton. As these details go into Parish News, we would ask, if possible, that you book your chosen Sunday at least 6 weeks in advance.


Please organise within your group as to who will bring milk and biscuits.  If you cannot be present on the Sunday listed, please arrange for another volunteer to cover for you or phone Christine Cahoon (9336 0203).   Many thanks for your support.

7th Kaye Cheshire Doris Close Kathleen Arthur

14th Marion Money Janet Davis Diane Strain

21st Alison Clarke Maureen Jackson Carol Campbell

28th Dianne Innes Janice Nelson Karen Miles

Parish Walking Group

Saturday 13th April 2019

Especially suitable for children and families.

Meet at 10.00 am at the main car park, Glenarm
(beside public toilets)

For further details contact Harry Kirk or Robin or Joan Gray

Calling all Crafters

A group has been formed for all those who are interested in one craft or another.  Crocheting/knitting/card making/canvas art etc.  Tea & Coffee will be provided.

On 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month
10 am – 12 noon in the Minor Hall

For further details contact Janice Nelson
Everyone welcome

Children's Outreach Mission

Some months Emmanuel’s Newsletters don’t arrive in time to be included in the magazine notes.  Since last month he has sent 3!  So where do I start?

Each newsletter includes many photos of children engaged in various activities taking place in their Good News Clubs.  Also included are photos of parents gathered for prayer and for discussion on Mission activities.  Parental involvement has a high priority in all of what Emmanuel does as he understands the essential nature of families growing in faith together.  This includes holding birthday parties at his house to encourage children, who might otherwise be shy or hesitant, to get used to new people and new surroundings.  Photos show the children making cake; can you imagine the mess and the fun?

In Tanzania Secondary School Education has to be paid for by parents and for many it is a real struggle.  For the poorest families their children’s education ends after Primary School as the fees are too much.  Emmanuel has been running evening classes in his home for two hours every evening for a number of such children.  English, Maths and Bible memory verses are taught, giving hope to those youngsters and their families.

One project that Emmanuel is planning is the provision of a library for the children’s use.  This is something that I really think is worthy of support and if anyone would like to specifically identify with this, please speak to me and we can hopefully get the Evangelical Bookshop in Belfast involved.

I have mentioned in previous magazines Emmanuel’s involvement in Schools Mission.  One of the recent Newsletters was solely devoted to reporting the latest Schools visits with 10 photos of packed classrooms.  Five Primary Schools are named, along with two Secondary Schools and a Nursery School.  Numbers variously consist of between 60-100 in one school, between 80-100 in another and 60-70 in another.  One school, which was mentioned in a previous Newsletter, has only between 10 and 20 children.  A lack of encouragement from the regular teachers seems to be a problem here for which Emmanuel asks for prayer.

Emmanuel, his wife Elizabeth and two others of his team, Ezra and Elkana, visit each of these schools once a week.  They fill a gap where there is no Christian teacher on the school staff, bringing the Bible to youngsters who wouldn’t otherwise be hearing God’s word.  Please continue to pray for this vital work and also for the assistance of two helpers at the Nursery school.

Many, many thanks to all those who have contributed financially over recent weeks, your contributions are always so appreciated and so vital.  Please also pray that Emmanuel will know God’s will as to how best to use these gifts to His glory.

Lynn Rodgers, Sunday School Superintendent

If any parishioner known to you is sick or in hospital, please contact the church office or the clergy so that they may be visited.  Thank you


Saturday 6th April in
Belfast Bible College
Prepared to GO is a day of practical interactive training with time for questions and discussion that aims to help prepare individuals, team leaders and members of teams who will be engaging in short-term mission overseas.

The training will be led by people with experience of sending and supporting short-term mission teams overseas.

Areas to be covered include:
Sharing Faith Across Cultures
Health, Safety and Well-being
Team Development and Discipleship
Teaching English Effectively
Dealing with Poverty and Injustice
Understanding Islam
Ministering to Children

Cost is £10 (inc. tea/coffee throughout and lunch).
Registration and refreshments begin at 09:30.
The event starts at 9:45 and finishes at 16.00.

For further details and to book which MUST be done in advance
go to


There will be no meeting of Women's Fellowship in April.
Instead we plan to attend the Holy Week service together on the evening of Tuesday 16th April.

Our May outing will be on Tuesday 21st May to Country Cake Designs, Antrim for a bakery demonstration and supper. If you would like to come along and you haven't already signed up then please speak to one of the committee as soon as possible.
Valerie Leighton


Parishioners wishing to see clergy during the vestry hour on Wednesday evenings are asked to ring the office on028 9336 0061 to book an appointment.  This is to avoid clergy waiting in the church hall unnecessarily.
Thank you for your co-operation in this matter
Services in APRIL 2019
7th    9.30 am    Holy Communion
    11.00 am    Holy Communion—Last lessons from Judges
            Judges 17 v 1- 18 v 1a        Gillian Dalton
            Matthew 21 v 33-44            Gordon Dalton
    6.30 pm    Evening Prayer & Café Church-Preparations!
            Luke 22 v 1-14            Alex Jones

14th    9.30 am    Holy Communion
    11.00 am    Palm Sunday Family Service
            Luke 19 v 28-44               
    6.30 pm    Service of the Word— Who are you working for?
            Luke 20 v 9-19            Ann McVeigh

21st    7.00 am    Mission Carrick Dawn Service at the Castle Car Park
    9.30 am    Holy Communion
    11.00 am    Easter Day Family Communion
            John 20 v 1-10            Linda Mulvenny
    6.30 pm    Easter Praise
            1 Corinthians 15 v 1-11        Colin Logue
            Luke 24 v 1-12            Karen Bell

28th    9.30 am    Holy Communion
    11.00 am    Service of the Word
            Resurrection—see for yourself!
            John 20 v 19-31            Colin Parkes
    6.30 pm    Evening Prayer– Resurrection life for the church
            Revelation 1 v 4-8            John Richardson

Training in prayer ministry

We are running 5 weeks of training for anyone interested in prayer ministry over the 5 Thursdays of May 2019, beginning on Thursday 2nd May - Thursday 30th May, from 8 pm - 9.30 pm.

This training is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about prayer ministry and healing, whether for your own personal growth as a Christian, or if you are testing a call to prayer ministry within your local church or within Divine Healing Ministries (DHM).

The training is very practical and gentle and it will raise your faith level, inspire you in prayer and provide the biblical foundations for the prayer and healing ministry.
You can register your interest by contacting the Divine Healing Ministries office or by leaving your name and contact number/email with Don Howe.

GENERAL Easter vestry

Wednesday 10th April 2019
7.30 pm in the Church Halls

All those on the Register of General Vestry Persons
are invited to attend

Senior Moments Supper Dance

St Nicholas’ Church Hall
7.00 pm-10.00 pm  Thursday 9th May 2019
Music by Sammy Miskelly

All proceeds to support Cameron and Alexas they seek to spread God’s word.
Suggested donation: £5

There will be a silent auction at this event and any donations of unwanted birthday or Christmas presents would be very much appreciated.  They can be given to one of the Senior Moments Committee members or left with Catherine in the office. 
Thank you.


MAY DAY—Monday 6th May

Calling all families and friends!  Join us for our Annual Family Day Out at Tollymore Forest Park

Due to the vast amount of leftover food last year we would ask everyone to bring their own picnic this year

Meet at the Church Halls at 10.00 am  For further information
contact Janice 07936 368862 or Sharon 9336 8808


Each morning during Holy Week there will be a short act of worship in St Nicholas at 10 am (10.30 am on Good Friday).

In particular we invite those with children to consider joining us for our Good Friday Family Service at 10.30 am as we gather at the cross once again.

Mission Carrick Holy Week Services
Monday 15th - Friday 19th April 2019
Each evening at 7.30 pm
in Church of the Nazarene in Oakfield Drive
Everyone very welcome

Special speaker Bishop Eric Menees,
who is bishop of San Joaquin in the USA

Senior momentS

Calling all over 50s (or nearly there!)
Members of St Nicholas’ Parish Church and others living in the area of Carrickfergus who describe themselves as 50 and over are cordially invited to join us in the Church Halls, Lancastrian Street on 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

What’s happening in April

8th April        Armchair Aerobics with Alberta Miskimmon
22nd April    Garden Centre
24th April    Luncheon Club

ABBA Girls

12th April @ 7.30 pm
17th May @ 7.30 pm
Meeting Room Upstairs in the Church Hall
June Outing – date to be confirmed

All girls from P7 to secondary school age are very welcome.
Craft, food, games and more.

St Nicholas Sketch