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    The next part of the Congo story Heres your invitation to our special events with New Irish Arts the McAllisters in Lurgan Ballymena, later this month. Wed LOVE to see you there. Tickets: us for a special event to hear the compelling story of the McAllister family who, in 1964, survived kidnap while bringing help in DR Congo. Now, more than 50 years later, we revisit their story and look back on their remarkable testimony of faith and hope.Through film, interviews ...
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  • Visit of the African Childrens Choir

    Visit of the African Childrens Choir

    On 11th May, as part of our publicity launch for the 2016 Convention, we are hosting an evening event with the African Childrens Choir at the Elim Church Complex in Bangor.On 11th May, as part of our publicity launch for the 2016 Convention, we are hosting an evening event with the African Childrens Choir at the Elim Church Complex in Bangor.Give thanks for the great cooperation we have had from the Choir organisers and the management of the Complex in our preparations to date. There is much yet...
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  • Speaker Bio – George Verwer

    Speaker Bio – George Verwer

    George first spoke at Bangor Worldwide in the 60s and is keen to come back to help celebrate our 80th anniversary this summer.In this promo video, he encourages us to be mission mobilisers Bangor Worldwide can only be as strong as the people praying for it and speaking about it to others. We wholeheartedly agree spread the word!...
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  • Bangor Worldwide 2016 Mission Stand Signup

    Calling all Mission Agencies! Here is the link to sign up for the Bangor Worldwide Global Village Spires Exhibition.Calling all Mission Agencies!Here is the link to sign up for the:Bangor Worldwide Global Village Event Sat 20th August
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  • Opening Evening Meeting in the Spires Centre, Belfast

    To celebrate our 80th Convention we are going to Assembly Buildings in Belfast (The Spires) for our opening evening meeting on Saturday 20th August.Please pray that supporters old and new will come along and be inspired by the speakers who have agreed to contribute.If youd like to attend our opening night, tickets are available here....
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  • October Update

    Our October Prayer Update.Please pray for the next meeting of the committee on 5th October when we (DV ) will finalise the speakers for the evening meetings of the 2017 Convention. Pray especially about decisions that will be made about venues and further possible satellites meetings.Pray for guidance on decisions which are to be made on initiatives which the Convention might take to make a better connection with the churches in the Greater Belfast area and by doing so, help to broaden and deepe...
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  • Pray for this year’s speakers!

    Please pray for our speakers as they make their preparation for coming to the convention both in thinking about what they should say and the other necessary travel arrangements.Pray especially for those who encounter problems with visas. We know of at least one in this position again this year and would ask that you pray for a speedy resolution of the issue....
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  • Concert Photos

    Concert Photos

    We had a great night at Bangor Elim Complex as the Afrian Childrens Choir finished off our launch in style with a wonderful concert.View pics of the concert and some behind the scenes snaps over on our Flickr channel....
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  • Irish Men’s Convention

    Irish Men’s Convention

    Irish Mens Convention Event information Saturday, 25 February 2017 Time: 9:15 Doors open, 10:00 first session starts Venue: Spires Conference Centre, Wellington Street,Belfast Bt1 6DW with Vaughan Roberts BOOK NOW: RECENT YOUGOV POLL reported that only 2% of young men between 1824 on these islands considered themselves completely masculine. 42% of men said that the word masculinity gave them a negative impression. Masculinity and being a man ...
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  • The Global Village

    The Global Village

    A key feature of the Convention each year is the Global Village which runs throughout the week. Normally over 70 mission agencies are represented and their stalls are staffed by representatives who seek to engage visitors young and old in discussion about their work.Arrangements for this aspect are in the hands of the Missionary Workers Fellowship and we give thanks for the good cooperation which there has been down the years between the various interests. As planning gets underway for the 201...
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  • Speaker Bio – Andy Prime

    Speaker Bio – Andy Prime

    We are looking forward to Andy leading us in our Bible readings for part of the week, alongside Conrad Mbewe.In September 2014, Andy joined 20schemes to become a church planter in Gracemount, Edinburgh. He visited Bangor recently and took time to film this teaser....
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  • Celebrations begin for 80th Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention

    Celebrations begin for 80th Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention

    Bangor Worldwide opened its 80th annual Convention celebrating and promoting world mission with an event in the Presbyterian Assembly Buildings, Belfast on Saturday 20th August.Speaking afterwards, Committee Chairman Tom Clarke said, We were greatly encouraged by the amount of people who attended our opening celebration.Conrad Mbewe made his inaugural appearance at Bangor Worldwide and we are pleased to welcome back George Verwer who has been a frequent visitor to the Convention since the 1970s....
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  • Magherafelt Event

    Magherafelt Event

    One of our new events for 2016 will be taking Worldwide on the road to Magherafelt on Thursday 25th August.One of the guest speakers that night at Union Road Presbyterian Church will be Will Niven who has been serving God in Albania for the last 17 years.His passion is the raising up of leaders and gospel workers and to that end is involved in various forms of training.Encourage your friends who live in the vicinity of Magherafelt to put the date in their diary!For more information on the event,...
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  • February Youth Event

    We have the second of our special youth events coming up later this month (26th February).Please pray for the organisers that they will be encouraged by the numbers who come along and, more importantly, by the response to the programme presented....
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  • Technical Support

    Just as our chairmen/worship leaders contribute in a significant way to our meetings so too do those who sit unseen at the back providing technical support.They are only noticed when things go wrong! Please pray for Jonny Sanlon as he coordinates the various teams and that all will run smoothly so that there is no undue disruption to our meetings....
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  • Bangor Worldwide Opening Night @ The Spires

    Bangor Worldwide Opening Night @ The Spires

    We are marking our 80th anniversary on Saturday 20th August by a special event in the Spires Centre in Belfast.We are marking our anniversary on the Opening Saturday by a special event in the Spires Centre in Belfast.This is a ticketed event. Tickets are 5. As weve mentioned before one of the speakers is George Verwer, a good friend of Worldwide. Were delighted to also have Conrad Mbewe from Kabawata Baptist Church, Zambia and Etta Halliday will interview Bob McAlister. Many of you may have seen...
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  • The Task Unfinished

    The Task Unfinished

    A new version of the popular Frank Houghton hymn Facing a task unfinished was commissioned by OMF to celebrate their 150th anniversary in 2015 and played at our closing event at the Waterfront Hall.The additional chorus was written by Keith and Kristyn Getty, Fionan de Barra and Ed Cash and was arranged by Jonathan Rea and can be watched again on our Vimeo channel.OMF are launching the song worldwide on 21st February in a global event they are calling The Task Unfinished praying that this will b...
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  • 2016 Publicity Update

    We are at the stage in our planning for Convention 2016 when we engage with our designers and printers about our publicity material for the event.Please pray that we will be guided aswe look at various options for the material we produce and also that we will use our website and social media outlets to maximum effect. Pray also that we will be able to reach new people with information about the Convention....
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  • 80 years of Worldwide in Bangor

    80 years of Worldwide in Bangor

    The parable of the mustard seed in Matthews Gospel speaks of how God can do so much with even the little that we can give Him. Though it is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches, Matthew 13:32.In 1936, Herbert James Mateer proposed that the local Christian Workers Union should hold an annual missionary convention in Bangor where he lived. Previous to this, the Union had held housetohou...
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  • Give thanks for our Launch Night

    Give thanks for a very successful launch event on 11th May. We had our highest attendance to date and got very positive feedback from all who attended.Please pray that our programmes, posters and promotional video will be well used and many people will get to hear about the wide range of speakers we have lined up for 2016. Give thanks also for the visit of the African Childrens Choir in the evening of the 11th. This was also well attended and as a result we were able to send a cheque for 1,500 t...
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