First Larne Presbyterian Church

First Larne Presbyterian Church

News & Announcements

News & Announcements

The Abaana New Life Choir will be at First Larne on Sunday evening 28th May 2017. The choir is currently training in Uganda. Follow their progress on the choir's blog.

You can be directly involved in one of the following ways:

At the recent General Assembly the General Council reported that Presbyterian Herald and ReachOut are to merge into one new publication to be known as Presbyterian Herald, the first edition of the merged magazine being that of February 2017.

Sunday evening's service at 7pm will have praise led by our First Old Boys' Silver Band. If you like your praise with that combination of power and mellow tones that only come from a silver band then this is the service for you!

It's not every day you get a card from the Queen - but that's exactly what has happened to our GB company. When the 296th NI Company of the Girls' Brigade sent their greetings to the Queen on her 90th birthday they thought the card would get lost in the thousands of others.

First Larne Men's Fellowship
Charity Car Boot Sale
Saturday 15th  October 2016
9:00am  to 12:00 noon
Set up from 8.30
 
All Proceeds to be split between our Chosen Charities
Abaana & Stand By me

 

This autumn series will have presentations from key thinkers, followed by discussion, on some of the issues dominating media and politics. Take this opportunity to do your own thinking, assisted by such informed input. More details on PCI website.

The Latest Edition of Bridge News is here, to get it click here

Many thanks to all who organised, collected and gave to Christian Aid Week 2016! Jackie Tennant (Christian Aid Co-ordinator for Larne) informs us that this year's collection realised £10,275.60 - yet again, an increase on the previous year.

At morning service on Sunday 19th June 2016 presentations of inscribed crystal vases were made to Joe O'Neill and George McKinley to mark 50 years ordination as elders. Not only had they been ordained exactly 50 years previously - on 19th June 1966 - but there was an added poignancy as the presen

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