Events

PHSI LECTURE & AGM  CANCELLED due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency ‘The Workman Family and their Significance for Presbyterianism’ by Dr Alice Johnston Belfast Metropolitan College in Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church 374-378 Ormeau Road, Belfast  BT7 3HX The Workmans were […]

Forgotten Covenanters: The Rise and Fall of the Eastern Reformed Presbyterian Church An exploration of the history of the short-lived Eastern Reformed Presbyterian Church from its formation in the early 1840s to its demise in the opening years of the […]

The Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland invites you to the launch of Sketches of the History of Presbyterians in Ireland by the Rev Dr William Campbell  in the Board Room, Assembly Buildings, Fisherwick Place, Belfast BT1 6DW at 2.30pm on Thursday […]

“Clerical Families in 19th Century Ulster” An exploration of the domestic world of Ulster’s Presbyterian clergy, with consideration of marriage, children and living arrangements, especially in the manse, and how ministers and their families interacted with their congregations. by Dr […]

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 […]

‘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 […]

‘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 […]

“The Autobiography and Journal of the  Rev A G Malcolm, 1782-1823” The story of Malcolm’s life and ministerial career (installed in Newry Old Presbyterian Church in 1809) with observations on church, life and society in Newry, 1809-23. by Rev Dr John […]