Since BCM was founded in 1889 the Christmas programme has continued to be a significant event each year. In spite of the passing of time the programme is still very much needed with people depending on food and toy donations to ease the financial pressures that exist at this time of the year.
In June 2018, staff, volunteers and congregation said a fond farewell to the Superintendent of 11 years, Rev Richard Johnston. Rev Johnston has moved to pastures new after a challenging and fulfilling time at BCM and Grosvenor Hall congregation.
Gloria Hunniford was the guest of honour at a special event on 11 May to launch our new flagship project, Copelands Dementia, Nursing and Residential Care which will be situated between Donaghadee and Millisle.
Due to open early 2020, the home will comprise six households, each with 10 residents. The aim is to provide the best possible care to frail older people, including those living with dementia.
Following the success of their first visit to Kirk House last year, children (aged 3-5 years) from BCM's Puddleducks Day Nursery were excited to join their new friends for a second morning of fun and activities. But it wasn't just the children who were looking forward to it! The residents were delighted to once again welcome the children to their home and to enjoy sharing in their energy and zest for life.