Roseyards Presbyterian Church Ballymoney

Pots Of Clay


What is ‘Pots of Clay’?

‘Pots of Clay’ at Roseyards Presbyterian Church is an opportunity for people of all ages and crafting abilities to come together to enjoy crafting, coffee and company in a very relaxed, informal and friendly environment on the first Saturday of each month (D.V.).

Doors are open from 10am until 12MD, though you are welcome to call at any time throughout the morning.  Coffee is available all morning so even if you don’t feel like crafting come along and have a chat over a cuppa.  For those who want to dip their toe in the ‘crafting’ water, Pots of Clay offers the perfect opportunity.  There are demonstrations on ‘how to’ as well the opportunity to have a go.  The aim is to try out a wide range of craft including scrapbooking, cardmaking, jewellery making, decoupage, knitting, cross stitch and much more!  We also have baking demonstrations, where you have the opportunity to see how it’s done, taste the outcome and take home the recipe!  For readers there is a bookclub and the opportunity to share your passion for reading and books.

We appreciate how difficult it can be for mummies, perhaps overloaded with things to do and no time to relax, so why don’t you make Pots of Clay ‘your’ time, where you can enjoy crafting, a chat and a peaceful coffee, relaxing in the knowledge that your child is being cared for and amused in our crèche?

There is also the opportunity to pray if you have a particular worry or concern, you simply feel moved to pray for others or situations at home or across the world or you wish to give thanks.  You are welcome to go to the ‘Prayer Stop’ by yourself to pray or to approach one of the team who would count it a privilege to pray with you.  If you don’t feel you want to approach someone, you are encouraged to leave your prayer request in the prayer box and the team will include it when they meet to pray.

‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus’. (Philippians 4 v 6,7 NIV).

Admission charge for Pots of Clay is £2, which includes tea/coffee.  More importantly we want you to be there and to bring a friend!

Our next meeting is on

Saturday 7th October, 10 am – 12md

Our special guests are the Moderator and his wife,

the Rt Rev Dr Noble McNeely and Mrs Florence McNeely. 

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