Thirsty for God returns to Loughbrickland Mission Hall

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Sunday, April 10 sees the beginning of the Thirsty for God meetings in Loughbrickland Mission Hall.

In what has become an annual event, Thirsty for God is a series of meetings intent on hosting God’s presence, providing a platform for His Word and allowing His power to transform lives.

Everyone is welcome and it is hoped all those attending would have a personal, dynamic and effectual encounter with God.

Organisers extend an invite to all those who feel a deep inter thirst to know God experimentally since Jesus has promised to satisfy the thirsty with the living waters of His Holy Spirit (John 7:37-38).

The expected speakers for the week are no strangers to LMH and speak extensively throughout the province and further afield.

David Legge, is a Bible teacher from Portadown who bears a prophetic anointing upon his ministry, and many of his messages can be found online (

Alan Bartley is an evangelist and speaker from Lisburn, who speaks extensively on the subjects of revival, prayer and personal holiness.

Meetings are planned to run from Sunday, April 10 until April 17 (Sundays @ 8.15pm; weeknights @ 8pm).

A Community Coffee 
morning will take place at the Mission Hall on Saturday April 16 from 10am. A former missionary, Marie McCarroll, will share her story about God’s grace in her around 11am. 
All are most welcome to this special event.