A fellowship of God's people

An overview of many areas of fellowship

In addition to our corporate fellowship as we worship together on Sundays, we also share fellowship together in smaller groupings and would welcome you to join us.

But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin. 1 John 1:7.


Evert Sunday we join together in worship, listen to God’s word and gather at the Lord’s Table.

Services on Sunday are at 11.00 am and 6.30 pm

See what Sunday morning services are like on our YouTube channel.

Praying together

Second and third Wednesday of the month at 8pm in Church

Every Sunday at 6pm when we have an evening service in Church

E-Members prayer updates.

Home groups

Our Home Groups normally meet on the first Wednesday of each month. We have a morning group in Moira Baptist Church at 10:30am but most meet in homes at 8pm for Bible study, fellowship and prayer. This year we are studying Acts chapters 13 to 28.

Baptist Women

Women of all ages meet together monthly in Moira Baptist, usually on the fourth Thursday of each month. The programme is varied and interesting. All ladies are welcome.

Men’s Fellowship

A monthly meeting for men providing fellowship, encouragement and challenge from the Word for men of all ages.

Meeting on 4th Tuesday of each month with further fellowship on walks etc..

Women's Bible Studies

Women’s Bible Studies

Quite a number of ladies meet regularly each month for Bible studies, both in the church hall and in homes. Why not come along?


A monthly group for the ‘older generation’ which usually meets in the Upper Room on the 3rd Monday of the month. The age range is 50 ish to 90+. All denominations and backgrounds are welcome to join us.

Young adults

Our young adults group meets fortnightly after the evening service. It’s a very informal time, where they enjoy supper together, then take some time to discuss the teaching of that day and how it might apply more directly to their lives.

Care Team

The focus of the MBC Care Team is to reflect God’s love by providing practical and loving support to those in MBC who are in need.

And, connect with visitors and newcomers to MBC in such a way that they experience a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Chuch outings

Over the years we have held special family fun days to places like Castlewellan Park. These are great opportunities to get to know each other outside of church life and affords wonderful opportunities for opening spiritual conversations.

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E-members are people who attend Moira Baptist Church or have some close association with the church family. The E-ministry keeps E-members updated on prayer needs of the church.

Living stones

Living stones seems a strange item on our fellowship page. You need to look further to understand their importance.