The AIMS OF THE MILLENNIUM CHAPEL ARE ...
• to be an oasis of peace in the heart of Paceville for all visitors of all creeds and religions;
Join us for time in prayer as a community before our Lord in the Eucharist.
We will also pray a Chaplet of Divine Mercy in song.
There will also be time for prayer in silence, praise in song, and the traditional prayers of adoration.
Every last Friday of the month at 17:30.
Christ the anointed one
Kunċert mill-bana San Ġiljan bil-parteċipazzjoni tas-St. Julians Choral Group li tmexxa minn Mro. Etienne Spiteri nhar it-Tejn 30 ta’ April ġewwa il-Knisja Madonna tal-Parir it-Tajjeb.
The Mellieha SC Nursery paid a visit to the MC on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary.
Mellieħa youth football nursery celebrated their 25th Anniversary by giving a WOW Xperience treat to their U15 and U17 players.
Players were greeted at the entrance of the millennium chapel by Fr. Hilary and after a short visit and prayer in the chapel they proceeded to WOW, where clips of beautiful goals of Pele, Best, Maradona and other greats were shown on big screen.
Fr. Hilary recounted his world cups experiences and meetings with these players and spoke of the beauty and precious gift of life.
He said too that life must be built day by day by good deeds, sacrifice and training.
An ex-drug addict and former athlete spoke of life experience and how he finally succeeded to come out of his addiction and become a proud father of a little baby.
The three hour session ended with a Palestinian boy singing a song of peace and signing of the commemorative flower.
The Mellieħa Youth Nursery was the first nursery to start the twinning agreement of the Youth FA with Millennium Chapel.
This year's annual Lent Live-In at the Augustinian Convent in Rabat - Gozo was again a great gathering for more than 70 members of our Community of the Millennium Chapel.
The theme this year was; BEING CHRISTIAN - Baptism, The word of God, The Eucharist and Prayer.
The program for the first time in many years included workshops and discussions as well as reflections were the order of the day, ably directed by four leaders, John C Grech, Anthony Curmi, Charlotte Zammit and Alfred Cassar.
The reflections were spiritually deep and enlightening.
The participants watched the film NOAH, of Russell Crowe, with kind permission of Citadel Cinema of Victoria and found out that the film message was of love and forgiveness was also the conclusion of the Live-in.
The aims of the live in to be a weekend of relaxation in mind, body and spirit was reached to the satisfaction of all.
Meditation is a very special method of praying.
Prayer is bringing your mind, soul and spirit to God’s presence, to God Almighty himself. In a regular prayer, you use words to articulate your thoughts (out loud or silently).
But when you meditate, instead of using your voice, you use your imagination – thoughts inside your mind.
Join us every Wednesday at 19:30