Impact Carrick takes to the streets in July

Tuesday June 11th 2013

Impact CarrickImpact Carrick, a Streetreach style event, will take place in Carrickfergus from July 17–19.

Each morning there will be Bible study, prayer and praise with the volunteers who then head into the streets and estates to Impact Carrick with God’s love through practical service. This may include litter picking, gardening, art work, BBQs, free concerts and even a pop up street cafe.

Impact Carrick culminates in a free concert and BBQ in the town centre on Friday evening July 19.

Impact Carrick is a way of showing God’s love in words and actions and will involve people aged 14 and over, with no upper age limit.

Learn more at a Vision Night on Monday July 8 at 7pm in Carrick Methodist Church, which will be followed by a Pray it Forward night the following Monday at a venue to be confirmed.

The Rev Peter Ferguson, curate at Carrickfergus Parish, said: “This is evidence of the Connor Diocesan Vision Strategy at work in Carrickfergus.”

For more information contact Peter at

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