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on Thursday 19 November 2015 at 8.00pm in Bloomfield Presbyterian Church, 447 Beersbridge Road, Belfast BT5 5DW ‘The Very Rev Dr Jack Weir’ The last Presbyterian Missionary to leave China, involved in the Feakle talks to bring peace to Northern […]

Commemorative Events to mark the 150th Anniversary of the death of the Rev Henry Montgomery, 1788-1865, Champion of the Non-Subscribing Presbyterians in Ireland. Tuesday 10th November 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Reception and Launch in the Library, Christ Church Building, Royal […]

 First Larne Presbyterian Church – A People on the Move A new book to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Church. This is a look back over the last 50 years of life in First Larne Presbyterian Church from the time […]

Saturday, 17 October 2015 – 11.00 am The next event in the PHSI Programme is the Visit to Belfast City Cemetery with Tom Hartley. Tom Hartley, author and former Lord Mayor of Belfast, leads this historical tour of Belfast City Cemetery. He […]

Our latest publication ‘The Scots in Ulster’ is a re-print of 6 pamphlets published by the Rev Dr David Stewart between 1952 and 1957. The Rev Stewart was a distinguished historian of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland – he authored ‘The […]

Anne Jane Carlile 1775-1864, Temperance Pioneer by Mr Leslie McKeague on Thursday 24 September 2015 at 8.00 p.m. in Rosemary Presbyterian Church, 26-36 North Circular Road, Belfast BT15 5HB Everyone welcome             Refreshments provided Born Anne Jane Hamill at Rooskey, County […]

The 18th European Heritage Open Days programme in Northern Ireland is being held on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September 2015. The EHOD 2015 Brochure page (pdf) has been published detailing the 400+ properties and events due to open to the public free of […]

‘A True Narrative of the Rise and Progress of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 1623-1670’, also known as ‘The Adair Narrative’, by the Rev Patrick Adair has been re-printed by the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland with an introduction by […]

Bready Reformed Presbyterian Church was one of the early Covenanter congregations formed in Ulster in the 18th century. This new book by WillIam Roulston traces the history of Bready Reformed Presbyterian Church, Co Tyrone, from 1765 to 2015 to commemorate […]