Welcome to the blog for the PRESBYTERIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IRELAND Thank you for looking in on this blog. We hope you find it a useful companion to the PHSI website which is at www.presbyterianhistoryireland.com You can follow this blog and […]
The recently published book “Frederick – The Life of My Missionary Grandfather in Manchuria” by Mark O’Neill, launched at a special event in Union Theological College, Belfast on 26 June 2012, is now available for purchase from the Society. Price: £16.00 (plus £2.00 […]
“Malone Presbyterian Church and the Home Rule Crisis, 1912-14: A Documentary Record” is a paper prepared by Colin Walker for the forthcoming Symposium on the Ulster Covenant in Malone Presbyterian Church on Thursday 20 September 2012 at 7.30 pm. View the Symposium […]
In 1969 Mrs Doris V Allen, the widow of the Rev Dr Robert Allen who was Honorary Secretary of the Presbyterian Historical Society for many years made a donation to the Society to create The Robert Allen Memorial Lecture, an […]
List of Irish Presbyterian magazines as published in Volume 36 of The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland. Title Daybreak: 1873 – now discontinued The Banner of Ulster: 1845-1870 The Bible Christian: 1930-1845 The Children’s Missionary Herald: 1855-1972 […]
The Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Library has recently acquired the following pamphlet: Religion in Everything An address dedicated to those converted in the Great Ulster Revival of 1859-60’ by the Rev. J. M. Killen, M. A. (Edinburgh, 1860) — […]
The News Sheet produced in October 2011 to give information on the work done by the Society during and since its relocation to new premises is now available online. Go to the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland website
A lecture given at the School of Theology in 2005 by Rev. Prof. Robert McCollum, Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland. Listen to the lecture (MP3) from Bible Sermons Online.
The BBC’s “A History of the World” includes photographs of some items from the Society’s collections including Adair’s Narrative. Go to the PHSI website for an Abstract for the published work “Irish Presbyterian Church 1623-1670”.
Book Sale We have identified a number of books and journals that are duplicates or that are not appropriate for the Society’s library. Go to the PHSI Book Sale page to view the book sale list.