The Peoples Church Newtownabbey
64, Mallusk Road , Mallusk
Newtownabbey, BT36 4QE
Church Office Opening Hours
Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm
T: +44 (0)28 9084 4656
The Power of Worship
Join us for our communion service each Sunday
morning as we worship together and remember the
Lord Jesus in a breaking of bread service..
The Power of the Gospel
Sunday evening is our evangelistic service in which
we reach out to those in need, each Sunday our
Pastor's preach a Christ Centred message
complimneted by musical items.
Mid Week Meetings
The Power of Prayer - Monday 7.30pm
The Power of the Word - Wednesday 7.30pm
Prayer Meeting - Fridy 9am
Your First Visit
At The Peoples Church we are renown for our warm welcome and would love to welcome you to
any of our services. We have provided some information for you below as to what you might
expect should you visit with us.
When should I arrive?
For most of our services, doors open at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start time for
larger events this can be earlier. Most of our congregation arrive about 15 minutes before the
There is parking at The Peoples Church and our team of car park attendants will be on hand to
guide. Please do not park on the footpaths or obstruct our neighbour’s access. We have
entrances at the front, rear and side of the building, our attendants, and welcome teams will
guide you in.
For wheel chair users the best entry point into the building is via the side door, which has a
ramp, or the rear door that is on the same level as the sanctuary allowing level access. A ‘Loop’
system and ‘sign language’ services are available during the meetings.
Finding a Seat
Our friendly welcome team will be on hand to guide you to your seat. Should you have any
special needs our teams will be on hand to assist you.
What is there for my children?
The Peoples Church is a family church and we love to welcome children to all our services. On
Sundays we have a crèche facility for children 0-3yrs that is available before and during the
For children 4-11 years ‘Children’s Church’ is available, the children make their way into the
annex adjacent to the main sanctuary. Pastor will announce when it is time for the children to
leave and help will be on hand to guide the children out. The crèche and children’s church have
their own activities for the children. All workers are subjected to Police checks.
Youth facilities are also available at the weekends for children of all ages; please see our youth
pages for more information.
How should I dress?
We have a mixed generation in our congregation, some people wear formal attire (Suits, shirts,
ties, dresses) but you will feel equally at ease in casual wear at any of our services.
What happens at a service?
Our services normally start with a time of worship, which is singing traditional hymns and
modern worship songs. Our worship band (drums, keyboard, guitars, and saxaphones)
accompanies the singing. This is followed by a message delivered by our Pastor or guest
speaker. During the Sunday morning service we celebrate communion (an act of remembering
the death of the Lord Jesus in the partaking of bread and non-alcoholic wine).
Services often conclude with an ‘altar call’ for those who wish to respond to the message or
requesting prayer for healing or other needs. Services usually last around ninety minutes.
After the Sunday evening and mid-week services refreshments are available in an annex room,
you are welcome to stay behind and make new friends or chat with any of our pastors or
ministry teams. The only thing we ask is that if you check that you are not blocking the car