Small Groups in Fisherwick

We currently have a number of small groups in Fisherwick and they vary in location, size and style. They all have the same focus: to encourage one another to become more like Jesus and live life to the full (John 10:10). They are a great way to make friends and grow in faith together in Fisherwick.
Peter Scullion coordinates the Small Group ministry. If you’re interested in joining a group please contact the church office for information.

East Belfast @ 8pm fortnightly on a Monday
Leaders: Peter Scullion & Paul Hutchinson
“Manhandle” is a men’s group that meets every fortnight on Mondays from 8-10pm in East Belfast. We get together for praise, discussion, prayer, encouragement and coffee. This year, we are reading the book “Philippians For You” by Steven Lawson, using it as a way into Paul’s letter to the Philippians itself, and reflecting on how it speaks to our lives today. New members are very welcome.

South Belfast @ 8.15pm 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month
Leaders: Diane McKelvey & Shona Love
A friendly, mixed group which meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, from 8:15 – 10 p.m., in South Belfast. Our meetings include study of the Bible or Christian authors. We have time to chat over coffee/tea and pray together. From time to time we also meet socially or to support church activities as a group.

East Belfast @ 8pm 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month
Leaders: Louise Scullion & Hazel
Expect a warm welcome at our women’s group, study of the Bible and commentaries, lively discussion and prayerful support of one another.  Oh, and good cake!

South Belfast
Leaders: Roma Cullen & Desiree Giordano
A mixed group of over-40s, we meet
once per month in South Belfast. Great coffee, tea and chats on various topics.

Drumbo
Leaders: Alan Hewitt & Alastair
We are mainly older people, but would love to have our average age brought down by the addition of some more youthful folk!  We meet monthly, usually on a Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m., on the Ballylesson Road in Drumbo. Last year we studied John’s Gospel, this year we are embarking on a study of Acts.  The discussions are very informal – everyone’s input is welcomed, and we feel comfortable in expressing our honest opinions.  After the study part of our evening we have a very short time of prayer for the needs of our church, families and community, and then enjoy some wonderful food.