At HPC, we believe a healthy community is an active community. Take a look at our many opportunities to volunteer, to participate in social events and to take part in learning and growing together.

HPC Youth

Our Ignite (Years 7 - 9) youth group continues on Sunday from 6.30pm—8.30pm in the Youth Lounge. Flame (Years 10 - 14) will meet from 8pm to 9.30pm in the Youth Lounge.


All children in primary school and post primary school are invited to Flare. From 10.45am in the Orr Hall after an initial period in the Church for worship.

Presbyterian Women

PW opening meeting on Tuesday 20th September at 7.30pm in the Downshire Room.

Youth Development Worker

Contact details Michael Anderson, our new Youth Development Worker - and phone 07548 462896.

Faith and Friendship

Faith and Friendship meet on Thursday 22nd September at 7.30pm in the Downshire Room.

Being Presbyterian

Being Presbyterian - A Day With John Bell - “What we sing is what we end up believing”, on Saturday 24th September at HPC. The morning session runs from 11am—12.30pm and the afternoon session from 2pm to 3.30pm. To register for the event visit the church web- site or contact the Office on 9268 3502.

Tea & Coffee

Everyone is invited to tea and coffee in the Welcome Area after the Sunday service.

Office Closed

Dawn will be on leave from Tuesday 13th to Tuesday 20th September inclusive. The Church Office will be staffed each morning 9am—12pm.

Spark Youth Club

It is the hope of Kirk Session that Spark Youth Club will recommence in the Autumn. In order to deliver the youth club, we need to recruit a bank of around 32 volunteers to work on a flexible 1 in 4 week rota basis. Duties at the Youth Club could include; manning the door and taking the weekly sub, supervising arts and crafts, running the tuck shop, leading big games such as football and dodgeball. If you feel you could serve in our church in this way, please speak to Lyndsey Shields (Contact 07874739770)

International Day of Peace Event

Wednesday 21 September “Faiths Together for the Common Good” 9am – 1pm at Duncairn Arts Centre and that same evening, ‘A Celebra- tion of Diversity and Difference’ 7pm – 9pm at Farset International, 466 Springfield Road. No booking required for the morning event. Tickets for the evening event can be booked at no charge via Eventbrite: tickets-403500499857

Churches Council for Health & Healing

Churches Council for Health and Healing in Ireland Autumn seminar : “Stumbling Block or Stepping Stone – The Covid Pandenic and the Ministry of Healing” Thursday 22 September 10am – 12 noon@ Cairnshill Methodist Church. To book, e-mail jandrcamp-

Mens Group

At the Session meeting on Tuesday, permission was granted to form a Mens group. The group will be open to all men of the congregation and the wider community. It is proposed to hold meetings on a Thursday from 10.30am to 12.30pm commencing on Thursday 22nd September.

At that meeting a programme of events will be drawn up to include work on projects in making for example bird boxes and crafts. In addition meetings will include visiting speakers and visits to places of interest. We look forward to welcoming you to our new initiative.

Any queries to David Workman - 02892683142.