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Kirk House will be holding its annual sale on Saturday 31st May 2014 between 10am - 12noon. There will be a range of fun activities for the entire family to enjoy and plenty of stalls. All the money raised on the day will be for the benefit of the residents at Kirk House. Who knows you may find a bargain. There will be games, tea, coffee and scones so come along and join in the fun! Everyone is welcome.

For further information please contact Kirk House on 90402938

BCM housing support service believe that a house is more than a physical structure, we believe that it brings security, wellbeing and a sense of pride and community to our young people. 

In 2013, we were awarded funding of €8,570.00 from the ESB Electric Aid for our HOME Programme.

As 2014 brings in Belfast Central Mission's 125th Anniversary, Wesley Weir, our archivist has written "Through Changing Scenes" The story of the first 125 years of BCM from 1889-2014.

The book charts the vast and varied history of Belfast Central Mission from its conception in 1889, through conversion, both World Wars, socialism, the Troubles and right up to the present day with the developments being actioned by BCM at this very moment such as Copelands, Dementia & Nursing Care. 

Fifty older people across Armagh and Dungannon are set to benefit from BCM's newly formed Housing Support for Older People (HSOP) project across the region.

The project, provided by BCM funded by the Housing Executive, and commissioned by the Southern Heatlh & Social Care Trust, helps older people live independently in their own homes by offering services such as practical measures to increase safety and security, emotional support and help with maintaining tenancies. 

BCM held a launch event on Tuesday 4 March in the Long Gallery at Parliament Buildings, Stormont to help promote Copelands, our latest development which will specialise in Dementia & Nursing Care. 

BCM staff worked hard to bring this event to life sending out numerous invitations to MLAs, councillors, BCM supporters, those who work with people living with dementia, representatives from the voluntary sector and the Methodist Church.

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