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Organisations and Clubs

Come join with us!

*Please note that with the current restrictions and in line with government advice, our organisations/clubs are currently not meeting. Keep an eye out on this page and our Facebook for any changes!*


7th Newtownabbey Boy's Brigade.

RoBBins (Age 3): 6:30 - 7:30pm (Tracey: 07566237192)

Anchor Boys (P1-P4): 6:30 - 7:30pm (Ruth: 07925863492)

Junior Section (P5-P7): 6:30 - 8:00pm (Lee: 07532615751)

Company Section (First Year+): 7:45 - 9:30pm

(Fran: 07912530427)


We invite boys from the ages of 3-18 years old to come and join us on Thursday evenings for games, crafts, bible stories, quizzes, challenges and much more!

Further details can be obtained from Captain, Frances Hunter 


111th Newtownabbey Girls' Brigade

Tiny Tots (age 3-4): 6.30 - 7.30pm

Explorer Section (age 5-7): 6.30 - 8.00pm

Junior Section (age 8-10): 6.30 - 8.30pm 

Senior Section (age 11-13): 7:00 - 9:00pm

Brigader Section (age 14+): 7:00 – 9:00pm.


Our Girls' Brigade is a uniformed organisation for girls from the age of 3.

During the evening we have lots of different activities happening: Bible stories/study, crafts, marching, games, singing and dancing, hot chocolate and snacks…but most of all we have fun.

Follow us on Facebook for more information on when we hope to start back. 111th Newtownabbey Methodist Mission Girls' Brigade @111NMMGB

For more information about Girls' Brigade please have a look at the website

Contact the GB Captain, Heidi Chambers via Facebook Messenger or Email:


Youth Club

Youth Club (P3-P7): Every Friday, 6:30 - 8:00
Senior Club (Year 8+): Every other Friday, 8:30 - 10:00

NMM Friday club is a youth outreach for young children from P3-P7. 

We meet in our youth halls every Friday night where we enjoy a variety of sports, craft, games and fellowship.

Senior youth club is a youth ministry for young people in Year 8 or above.

We meet fortnightly in our youth halls which provide a space for meeting and socialising with friends (as well as making new ones!) Here they can also enjoy a variety of sports and crafts and also have a chance during the night to hear about God.

Contact Evan on 07780002402 for more details.


Drama Group

Every other Monday Evening (7:30 - 9:00pm) September to May

Preparing short dramas and songs appropriate to special Church services. 

Aside from preparation, good fun and fellowship is thoroughly enjoyed- there are even post Christmas and end of session meals out at agreed restaurants!

New 'recruits' are MOST welcome.

Contact Phyllis McElhinney on 07482378305

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Mission Tots

Wednesday Mornings 10:00-12:00pm

Ages range from newborn to 4 years old.

Any adult young or old is welcome- it's a great way for mums etc to meet and have a coffee/chat whilst the little ones have fun playing and singing together.

If anyone feels they could spare some time on a Wednesday morning to help out- it would be greatly appreciated. It also doesn't have to be every week!

Contact June on 07791027676 for more details.

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Youth Fellowship


This group is an opportunity for young people to come together for fun, friendship and sharing faith stories together.


Methodist Women in Ireland (MWI)

Every other Monday 11:00am - 12:00 noon

The MWI are ladies who meet every two weeks on a Monday morning for prayer and fellowship. There are speakers who come and give talks on various topics.

We would love for you to join us!

Contact Flo: 07815024292

Contact Hilary: 07527156505

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Friendship Centre

11:00am Wednesday and Friday from mid-September until June.

The Friendship Centre is a place within the Mission where our elderly members can meet for a time of friendship, fun and food. We meet each Wednesday and Friday from mid-September until June.

Members arrive at 11.00 am and are greeted not only by a team of dedicated leaders but with a warm cup of tea and biscuit. They love to either sit and chat, visit our Hopes Charity Shop, perhaps

have a game of boccia.

A delicious home cooked hot dinner is then served at 12.00. Members happily leave at 12.30. Special events are organised throughout the year.

Our Friendship Centre is open to members of the community who we warmly invite to come and join.

If you are interested please contact our Mission Office on 02890852546 for more details.


Tuesday Fellowship

Every Tuesday at 7:45pm

This provides an opportunity for Christians to be built up in their faith. The evening begins with a time of worship, allowing those gathered focus their thoughts on the great things God has done for us in Jesus Christ.

This is followed by prayer before turning to a Bible Book/theme for study over a period of a couple of weeks or longer.

The importance of believers working together systematically through a Bible book, while seeking to apply it to their lives is a fruitful and worthwhile way to deepen Christian fellowship.

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Men's Breakfast

One Saturday morning a month

We meet approx once a month to be fed, (spiritually and literally), encouraged and challenged. All men are very welcome.

For more information please contact Davy on 07772757771.

Prayer Group

Home Bible Study

Fortnightly (dates/times and location vary on group)

There are currently 3 house groups meeting to study the bible and relevant topics.

For more information on dates and location please contact Davy Smyth on 07772757771 who will then forward you to the relevant leader of whichever house group you’d like to join. 

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Redeeming Our Communities (ROC)

6-8 hours every month

ROC Care Rathcoole is a befriending scheme providing a befriender volunteer to visit or phone an isolated older person living in Rathcoole.

Social isolation is a rising issue in our communities affecting people of all ages and backgrounds. Older people are most profoundly affected with ‘1 in 3 older people saying TV is their main form of company’ (AGE UK). Loneliness is found to be as bad for health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. The conversation and company of a befriender improves health and wellbeing for our clients.  

Volunteers from the Mission and the local befriender give 6-8 hours per month serving as befrienders. 

The project is run in partnership with Newtownabbey Methodist Mission and is part funded by Rathcoole Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership and Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council. 

Contact for more information or call 02890 351020.

Website link:

Facebook: ROC Northern Ireland

Twitter: @ROC_NI

Contact us or pay us a visit to find out more about our organisations and clubs at Newtownabbey Methodist Mission.

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