Balmoral Cemetery A Talk by Mr Tom Hartley Local Historian and Writer on Wednesday 26 June 2019 at 2.30 pm in Malone Presbyterian Church 452 Lisburn Road, Belfast BT9 6GT (at the corner of Lisburn Road and Balmoral Avenue; Car […]
by Rev Dr Bill Addley A new publication from the Society now available. James Hunter, following a short ministry in First Newry, exercised a ministry of thirty seven years in Knock, east Belfast. While he is remembered as a man […]
A magazine that deals with history! But please don’t let that frighten you. Sadly for many the thought of history revives old school nightmares of memorising names and dates. This is different. This is history as a story – HIS story. […]
The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed on Thursday 2 May 2019. Open again on Tuesday 7 May. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. . . . .
‘Angels who have Lost their Way’ Presbyterians and Rescue and Reform work for Women in Belfast in the 19th and 20th centuries by Dr Leanne McCormick University of Ulster Coleraine on Thursday 9 May 2019 at 8.00 p.m. in Union Theological College 108 Botanic Avenue, Belfast […]
Field Trip to visit Presbyterian Churches and Sites in the Ards on Saturday, 15 June 2019 ITINERARY 9.15 am Coach departs from Malone Presbyterian Church (Car park available) 10.00 am First Donaghadee Presbyterian Church for Talk followed by Morning Coffee […]
The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed on “Easter Tuesday”, 23 April 2019. Open again on Wednesday 24 April. . . . .
O’Neill Country Historical Society Talk The Life of the Rev John Kennedy of Benburb, 1683-1761 by Jonathan Gray on Tuesday, 9 April 2019 at 8 pm in Benburb Presbyterian Church Main Street, Benburb, Co. Tyrone BT71 7LA
An article in The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland (Vol 43) 2019 entitled ‘No Surrender! The Magee College Controversy’ by Eugene Dunphy refers to an epic poem “The Collegiad”, documenting the story of the foundation of Magee College, by […]
‘Presbyterian Responses to the Second World War: Challenges and Contexts’ exploring the interpretations of the War offered by leaders within the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and within their local and wider British contexts. by Mr Matthew Houston on Thursday 21 […]