Girls Brigade

The 206th N.I. Ballinamallard Methodist Girls’ Brigade company was established in 1966 and continues to flourish, meeting on a weekly basis from September through to Easter each year. The Girls’ Brigade motto is to “Seek, Serve and Follow Christ” and our aim is to help girls to become followers of Jesus.


At Ballinamallard Girls’ Brigade we are passionate about teaching our girls about Jesus in ways that are relevant to them. It is our desire to value, nurture and equip our girls for life, in a Christ-centred way through weekly activities including Bible class, lots of fun with games, craft, drama, singing, baking as well as meeting new friends. We operate a varied programme with badge-work in four areas; spiritual, physical, educational and service. Girls can participate in district and NI competitions as well as company day trips, camps and youth leadership training.

We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our members. As a Christian youth organisation we operate under the church while forming part of the larger Girls’ Brigade Northern Ireland family and are registered with the Education Authority Youth Service. Each section within our company is led by trained female volunteers, all leaders being Access NI checked and receiving regular safeguarding training updates.

We meet on Thursday evenings in the church hall. New members (of any denomination or none) aged between 3 and 18 years old are very welcome. If you, or anyone you know might be interested in joining us, please feel free to contact our Captain, Mrs Lee McDaid, at if you have any further questions. Alternatively, speak to our company Chaplain, Rev. John Beacom. More general information on Girls’ Brigade NI can be found at



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