Thursday 18 April 2013 at 8 pm in First Derry Presbyterian Church Magazine Street Upper Londonderry BT48 6PH On the Edge of Darkness: The Presbyterian Community of the Laggan, East Donegal, 1880-1973 by the Rev Dr Brian Brown Other links […]
Four Courts Press are delighted to announce details of the forthcoming launch of The Minutes of the Antrim Ministers’ Meetings 1654–8 edited by Dr Mark Sweetnam in the Gamble Library, Union Theological College, 108 Botanic Avenue, Belfast BT7 1JL on Thursday […]
A set of records for presbyterian baptisms in Lucan, County Dublin 1875-1900 can be viewed online through the Irish Genealogy website using this link. View the list of current records available online (and dates) covered as at 5th April 2012.
Thursday 21 March 2013 Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church, 8.00pm (7.15pm – AGM of the Society) For God and Ulster? Presbyterians and Politics in Ballymena during the Home Rule Crisis Mr Philip Orr Thursday 18 April 2013 First Derry Presbyterian Church, […]
Volume 37 (2013) of The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland has been published. Articles Presbyterian in Ireland under Threat – The Ejection of 1661 by Rev Prof R L W McCollum (The text of the Lecture delivered […]
Field Trip to the first UK City of Culture on Saturday, 15 June 2013 to visit Churches and Sites in Derry / Londonderry 9.00 am – Coach departs from Malone Presbyterian Church Glendermott Presbyterian Church – Talk Morning Coffee First Derry […]
AN INDEPENDENT PEOPLE is a major three part television series exploring the rich history of Presbyterians in Ulster that begins on BBC Two Northern Ireland on Sunday March 10 at 9pm and continues on Sunday 17 and Sunday 24 March […]
Thursday 21 March 2013 at 8 pm. in Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church 374-378 Ormeau Road, Belfast, BT7 3HX “For God and Ulster? Presbyterians and Politics in Ballymena during the Home Rule Crisis” by Mr Philip Orr. Philip Orr is a local […]