The Covenanters in Ireland: A History of the Congregations This definitive volume has brought together the histories of each of the Reformed Presbyterian congregations in Ireland along with the history of RP missions. Of great importance is the inclusion of […]

The online collection of The Bulletin was incomplete as the issues for the years 1987-1993 were not available. Now the issues for those “missing years” have been added to Past Issues list and are available to Members. Volume 16 – 1987 Rev […]

Anne Jane Carlile – Plaque Unveiling The Ulster History Circle will honour Anne Jane Carlile, Temperance Pioneer, with a Blue Plaque at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Bailieborough, County Cavan. On Friday 8th May 2015 Heather Humphreys Minister for Arts, Heritage and the […]

The next lecture in the PHSI Programme is the Robert Allen Memorial Lecture – ‘Archibald McIlroy, successful businessman, Presbyterian elder and writer of stories of Ulster rural life in the Ulster-Scots dialogue’ – tragically drowned when the Lusitania sunk on […]

On Friday, 8 May 2015 at 8pm, Dr William Roulston will give a talk entitled ‘Foyle Valley Covenanters – a History of Bready Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1765-2015’ – at Bready Reformed Presbyterian Church, Victoria Road, Bready, County Tyrone. In the […]

New Acquisition for the PHSI Library The PHSI library has acquired a copy of the ‘Autobiography of a Country Parson’ by the Rev James Reid Dill, Dromore, Co Tyrone’ (1892). He was born in 1814 in Springfield, Co Donegal and […]

Volume 39 (2015) of The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland has been published. Articles ‘Poor Dark Connaught’: an Irish Presbyterian case study – by Rev Prof Laurence Kirkpatrick The Presbyterian Mission in Kerry 1840-1860 – by Mr […]

Field Trip to visit Presbyterian Churches in Counties Monaghan and Cavan on Saturday, 13 June 2015    9.00 am Coach departs from Malone Presbyterian Church  10.30 am Castleblaney Presbyterian Church, Co. Monaghan Morning Coffee  11.30 am Frankford (2nd Castleblayney) Presbyterian Church, Co. Monaghan  12.45 […]