A Worshipping Congregation Since 1865



PW meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7.45pm 

 2018-2019 PROGRAMME


PW SOUP LUNCH – the total for the PW lunch on Sunday 20th January so far is £380. A very sincere thank you to everyone who supported it in any way.


2018-2019 PROGRAMME


 6 Sept

‘Beautiful Women’ – Neal’s Yard Remedies

4 Oct

‘ The Beauty of Restoration’ – Jayne Stewart

1 Nov

‘Beautiful Places’ – Brian McDonald, Ards Historical Society

6 Dec


‘The B.E.A.U.T.Y. of Christmas’ – Christmas Floral Night


10 Jan (please note not 3rd)


‘Beautiful by Design’ – April Galbraith, nutritionist

and Bring-and-Buy Sale.

7 Feb

‘Beautiful Creations’ – Paper Dove


7 Mar

‘Beautiful Feet’ – The Mercy Ship, Michael McBrien 

4 Apr

‘Beautiful Home’ – Hope House


Thursday 13th September @ 10.30am – Presbytery PW Coffee Morning & Meeting @ Strean

Saturday 17th November – Coffee Morning for PW Funds

Sunday 20th January – PW Soup Lunch

Sunday 24th February – PW Service

PW Rally on 9th May at 2pm & 7.30pm –  Helen Warnock, Principal of Belfast Bible College



Theme for 2015-2016 Here is Love  

“We love because He first loved us” 1 John 4:19


PW aims to highlight the need for:

  • Love and unity
  • Obedience to God
  • Christian living and spiritual maturity
  • Service using gifts, time and money
  • Local and global mission

There has been much to praise God for over this year in our PW, we have known God’s hand and blessing in everything we do.  Attendances at meetings have stayed steady with an average of thirty ladies each night and we have had the thrill of welcoming some of our newer church members, as well as, several younger ladies to our meetings.

Through the various speakers over the year we have all been greatly blessed, challenged and encouraged in our daily walk with God.  Phyllis Linton – Deaconess speaker at our PW service, Janice Barr who shared the amazing story of her daughter Charlene and family transforming lives in Uganda and Guatemala, and Caroline Simpson from Christian Aid, to name a few.   We have also enjoyed some fun nights for example the make-up demonstration by Paige of Anderson’s chemist and the Getting to Know you evening in October, which afforded the opportunity for everyone to learn more about each other.  Our day away in May was one of the highlights as a 52 seater coach full of Strean folk headed off to the Flower Festival in Templepatrick Presbyterian, retail therapy in Ballymena and a lovely meal out

Financially we have been able to continue to meet our commitments to the Missionary projects in Church house as well as being able to support other independent Mission ventures.  The donations to the Soup lunch on 8th February 2015 were the highest they have been for a few years and the shoe box appeal, which we co-ordinate with the support of the whole church, was bigger than ever; a total of 125 shoeboxes were filled and £312.50 was donated to cover the cost of transportation.

All ladies of the congregation and their friends are very welcome to attend any events or meetings that the PW organise.


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