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Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich is hosting an event on Wednesday 7 March 2018 at 1.00pm when Dr Éamon Phoenix will be speaking on ‘Presbyterians and the Irish Language in Belfast, 1790-1922′ Cultúrlann is at 216 Falls Road, BT12 6AH (the […]

A select list of writings which brings together a compilation of books and articles relating to the history of Irish Presbyterianism is now available. It covers the period from 2006 to 2017. Parts of the list appeared for some years […]

Languages Of Ulster Begins Sunday 12 November BBC Two Northern Ireland, 10pm Languages Of Ulster is a new, three-part series for BBC Northern Ireland television. It explores our region’s unique linguistic traditions – Ulster-Scots, Irish and northern Hiberno English –  […]

‘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 […]

Thursday 23 March 2017 Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, Belfast 7.15pm Annual General Meeting 8.00pm The Original Secession Church in Ireland 1841-1956 By the Very Rev Dr Godfrey Brown Tracing the beliefs, problems and demise of this group of Seceders who did not […]

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 […]

The Story of the Presbyterians in Ulster Pocket History and Heritage Trail 4 Centuries : 30 Locations For four centuries Presbyterians have represented one of the most important elements in the population of Ireland. Their influence has been strongest in […]