The 1981 translation An Bíobla Naofa, the New Testament and Psalms from the 1817 edition of the 17th century Bedell Bible, and portions of the 1970 Ó Cuinn New Testament have been added to the Digital Bible Library.
Their addition was marked at an event in Belfast City Hall on 4th November 2013, organised by the 'Bible Society in Northern Ireland '. There were Bible readings from Irish and other translations, including English, Ulster-Scots, Polish and Spanish. The Lord Mayor, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, spoke and read a Bible passage in Irish.
Bible translations on The Digital Bible Library can be accessed through a number of websites such as
YouVersion.com and Bibles.org. They can be either
viewed online or using a smartphone app. The YouVersion smartphone app
also allows these translations to be freely downloaded for offline use.
We meet on Sunday mornings in the Andersonstown Leisure Centre at 11:00am-12:20pm. Everyone is welcome, whether a follower of Jesus or not.
We start with singing a few praise songs/hymns, then being led in prayer, a short focus and prayer for some other ministry around the world, Bible reading, sermon, Lord's Table, ending with another song/hymn, followed by tea/coffee afterwards. There is also a dedicated children's ministry which begins in another meeting room beginning at the start of the sermon. Our dress code is casual to smart casual.
We've got a lending library with a number of books, DVDs and CDs. A
selection is brought along for borrowing at Sunday services, or the
full listing can be viewed online here. Items requested can brought
along to the next meeting or they can be borrowed at other times too, for anyone at all locally - just contact us .
““Praise be to the Lord, the God of Israel, because he has come to his people and redeemed them. He has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant David (as he said through his holy prophets of long ago),” (Luke 1:68-70)