Posts by David MacDermott

Posts by David MacDermott

CB:Youth

CB:Youth Update

Many of you will be aware that during January our ministry insight is CB:Youth. You can find out about CB:Youth in the January bulletin. This year during our study sessions we are giving our youth the opportunity to explore difficult life and faith questions that they might have. We hope that this will not only increase their understanding but also help as they speak about God with friends and family. We would love your help! Friendship Our young people face many…

Stefan Gerard’s Baptism

Last week we had a Baptism service and as always it was amazing to hear what God has been doing in people’s lives. Below you can watch a short interview with Stefan followed by his Baptism.  

One Thing

A couple of weeks ago Sarah read this poem as part of a Sermon Peter preached on Psalm 27. You can listen in the sermon section of the site. One Thing One thing, One thing, One thing! It’s hard to imagine One thing When I seem to be attracted to so many things. It is a continuing struggle. It is a daily battle. It is my constant war. The world of the physical attracts me excites me magnetizes me addicts…

Lucy’s Exodus Team to Slovakia

On the 8th July 2018, I set off on my trip to Slovakia with 9 others from Carrickfergus. Our bus left Belfast bus station at midnight, with our flight leaving Dublin airport at 6am. It was a long day of travelling as when we arrived in Slovakia we had a further 2-hour bus journey before we got to our accommodation for the next week. We stayed in a small church in one of the villages and our host Timea couldn’t…
Sandra Silverson

Baby Massage

Hi, my name is Sandra and I was a nurse for 30 years but had to retire early in 2012 as my health had been steadily deteriorating with both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis over several years. I had been struggling to keep going but even so, it was a bit of a shock to stop work quite suddenly. I had always really enjoyed running various parenting groups and over the years had often mused about how baby massage in particular could…

A note from Stephen Silverson

My name is Stephen Silverson. I grew up in Carrick Baptist Church, attending the church with my parents. I have many fond memories of the church. It was through the Sunday School, at a young age that I heard about Jesus and believed in what He did for me on the cross and accepted Him as my Saviour. At 19, I left Northern Ireland and moved over to live in London. I served at Chelsea Community Baptist Church for 7…
Benji McKay

Meet Benji

Benji is one of our youngest members and you’ll see him busy at work on many a Sunday. He is involved in the praise team, CB:youth, and is starting Bible college in September. Have a watch and, as always, if you see him say hello.
Sun Cream being applied

Shorts, sandals, and sunscreen

Shorts. Sandals. Sunscreen. Over the past couple of weeks, our little town has been scorched with the sun. We have enjoyed evening walks, ice cream, and maybe more importantly drying clothes outside! However, this all points to one thing. Summer is fast approaching. We cannot guarantee the sunshine will last but no doubt we are looking forward to our holidays whether that means two weeks in Florida, camping in Spain, or just getting those valuable days off work. Do you…

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