Events

Thursday 22 February 2018 8.00pm Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian Church To kneel or not to kneel: Presbyterian Reaction to the Five Articles of Perth, 1618 By the Rev Raymond Blair An examination of King James’ attempt to introduce practices such as […]

‘The Shape of Ministry in the Early 18th Century’ A portrait of Presbyterian ministers in Ulster – their origins, their role within the church and their status within the community. by Dr Robert Whan on Thursday 3 May 2017 at 8.00 p.m. in Union Theological […]

Celebration of the Life and Work of Amy Carmichael Thursday 26 April 2018 at 7:30 pm Welcome Church, 163 Cambrai Street, Belfast BT13 3JH One of the world’s best known and inspirational missionaries, Amy Carmichael served in India for over […]

150th Anniversary Celebration of the birth of Amy Carmichael Thursday 19 April 2018 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Millisle and Ballycopeland Presbyterian Church Amy Carmichael, one of the world’s best known and inspirational missionaries, was born 150 years ago in […]

‘To Kneel or Not To Kneel’ Presbyterian Reaction to the Five Article of Perth 1618 Examining King James’ attempt to introduce practices such as kneeling at communion and the observation of Christmas into the liturgy of the Scottish church and […]

‘Hunter of Knock: A Fresh Look at the Ministry of the Rev James Hunter within the Presbyterian Church in Ireland’ Hunter was the second minister of Knock Presbyterian Church, 1889-1924, and was one of the founders of the Irish Evangelical/Evangelical […]

The next event in the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland programme is a Lecture entitled ‘The Rev Isaac Nelson: Evangelism,  Anti-slavery and Irish Politics in  19th Century Presbyterianism’ by Dr Daniel Ritchie, University College Dublin on Thursday, 12 October 2017 at 8.00 […]

‘Professor J. E. Davey and the Heresy Trial’ An overview within a broad cultural, intellectual and theological context of the heresy trial of Davey who was accused of being a ‘modernist’. by Dr Andrew Holmes, Queen’s University, Belfast on Thursday 4 May […]