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The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed from Wednesday 21 December  2016 – Tuesday 3 January 2017 and will be re-opening on WEDNESDAY 4 January 2017. We wish our Members, Researchers and Visitors a joyful  Christmas time and a happy […]

    The Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland is pleased to host an exhibition from The Presbyterian Children’s Society (formerly known as The Presbyterian Orphan Society and then The Presbyterian Orphan and Children’s Society). The exhibition tells the history of […]

The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed on Tuesday afternoon 15 November 2016  Tuesday 22 November, Wednesday 23 November and Thursday 24 November 2016 and will be re-opening on Tuesday 29 November 2016.

The next event in the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland programme is ‘Ethical Challenges and Social Change: Southern Presbyterians in the 1940s’ by Professor Eugenio Biagini Professor of Modern and Contemporary History University of Cambridge on Thursday 17 November 2016 at 8.00 […]

 THE PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN’S SOCIETY Launch of the DVD ‘Taking the edge off . . .’   about the work of the Presbyterian Children’s Society Guest Speaker Heather Humphreys TD The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs  on Monday […]

The Great War and the Mall Presbyterian Church, Armagh An Invitation to the official Book Launch The official Book Launch will consider the impact of the Great War on the Mall Congregation and provide a time for reflection and thanksgiving. […]

Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland  Forthcoming Talk: ‘The Rev Jonathan Simpson of Portrush’ Mission worker in the south and west of Ireland, biblical expositor and evangelist, leader in the 1859 Revival and Father of the Portrush Lifeboat By: Rev Dr […]

The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed Wednesday 12 October and Thursday 13 October 2016 and will be re-opening on Tuesday 18 October 2016.

The next PHSI lecture: Scots Settlement and Presbyterianism in Connaught by Mr Jack Johnston on Thursday 22 September 2016 at 8.00 pm in Railway Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, Co. Antrim BT28 1XP Tracing the development of Scots settlers into North Connaught […]

Did you know that the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland has many  second-hand books for sale on its website? These are books that we no longer require. Maybe you have been searching for that book that is long out of […]