The launch of the pamphlet “Rev Edward Brice and the Origins of Irish Presbyterianism” researched and written by Rev Dr John Nelson will be held on Wednesday 22 February 2013  in the Old Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Ballycarry, County Antrim. […]

An Invitation from The Centre for the Study of Irish Protestantism with The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for Conflict Resolution, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. To mark the visit of the Rt Rev Dr Roy Patton, Moderator of the General […]

A recent addition to the Society’s Library is the book “New Life for Churches in Ireland: Good Practice in Conservation and Reuse” edited by Paul Harron  (published by the Ulster Historic Churches Trust, 2012). In this publication the Ulster Historic […]

The new Chairman of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland is the Very Rev Dr W Donald Patton. The Rev Dr Patton has served in a number of congregations – First Dromore, Greystone Road in Antrim, Lowe Memorial in Finaghy […]

Tonight’s episode (Monday, 28 January 2013)  in the Ulster Unearthed series on UTV at 8 pm looks at an archaeological dig at Ballycarry. Watch the programme on UTV Player – available for 28 days following its broadcast date. Read the Queen’s […]

On WEDNESDAY 13 February 2013 at 8:00pm in Old Presbyterian Church, Ballycarry, County Antrim. “Edward Brice and the Origins of Irish Presbyterianism”  by the Rev Dr John Nelson. Location details: Old Presbyterian Church Main Street BALLYCARRY Carrickfergus County Antrim BT38 […]

Ulster Unearthed – a new archaeology and heritage series (6 episodes) which will reveal stories of Northern Ireland’s past and its Ulster-Scots links, started on Monday 7 January at 8.00 pm on UTV.  Also viewable later on UTV+1 at 9.00 pm. […]