The Parish of Hannahstown lies to the
west of Belfast in country Antrim
With a parish of around 2,500 scattered
over the area, the church services are
divided between St Joseph’s Church on
Hannahstown Hill and St Peter’s Church,
“The Rock”, near Stoneyford.
There is a large Community Hall at
Hannahstown which provides a great
range of activities and facilities for the
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EACH WEEK A PIECE OF POETRY OR SPIRITUAL WRITING FROM CLAIRE MURRAY, A PARISHIONER OF HANNAHSTOWN.
April 21 Easter Monday Open Day at Drumalis, Larne
The house and grounds will be open for all to enjoy-
heritage house. Everyone welcome – ADMISSION FREE . Queries: 28272196/282
April 28 Hannahstown Heritage & Cultural Society
Committee Meeting Monday at 7pm in Community Centre. Guest Speaker-
April 28 Modified Pilates Commencing
Pilates instructor with APPI. For all levels and abilities. Block of 6 one hour classes £42
For more information and to book your place contact: Phone/text 07905542490
May 3 National Vigil For Life
For the first time in Ireland, an unborn baby can be legally destroyed right up to birth, based on the
threat of suicide. Your participation at the National Vigil for Life in Merrion Square,
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As many of you will be aware, St Joseph's Church at Hannahstown recently benefited from a new set of Mass vestments and these have received much favourable comment.
New vestments were necessary as the 'old' ones were dated and starting to show their age. The same is true of the vestments at St Peter's Church at the Rock. Having been purchased in the 1970s / early 1980s, these too have come to the end of their lifespan and will need to be replaced with new ones more suited to the celebration of mass. So we need now to purchase new vestments for The Rock.
Perhaps you or your family would like to sponsor a set of vestments for a particular
season (PURPLE for Lent, Advent and Funerals / RED for Martyrs, Pentecost, Confirmation,
Good Friday / WHITE for Holy Thursday, Easter and Christmas, Feasts of the Saints,
Weddings / GREEN for the many weeks of Ordinary Time / MARIAN vestments for the great
feasts of The Holy Family, Mary Mother of God, The Presentation of The Lord, The
Birth of Our Lady, The Annunciation of The Lord, The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary).
If you would like to contribute towards / or sponsor the new vestments for the parish, either at Hannahstown or at The Rock, please contact me, Fr David, directly, or the parish office. Cheques can be made payable to Hannahstown Parish No.1 A/C and marked on the back 'NVA' (i.e. New Vestment Appeal).