First Larne Presbyterian Church

First Larne Presbyterian Church

News & Announcements

News & Announcements

This year our Holy Week lunch-time meditations take the theme "The Final Day that Transforms Our Every Day".

Holy Week services

Three lives search for lasting value as their worlds crumble. Follow thier journeys as Franklin Graham (son of Billy Graham) addreses the real worth of the soul. This film presentation is the latest from the Billy Graham Organisation. It makes for compelling viewing.

First Larne Men's Fellowship are hosting a special service this Sunday 12th March at 11am. Guest Preacher The Very Rev Dr Michael Barry. With a one off appearance of The Men's Fellowship Choir.

The United Nations has declared a famine in an area of South Sudan. This is the first time in six years that such a crisis has been identified. In Unity State 100,000 peole face starvation and people are dying every day. Another 1,000,000 people are on the brink of famine.

The services on Sunday 12th February at 11am and 7pm continue our look at what it means to be authentically CHURCH. This Sunday the readings, sermons and discussions are about giving - but not about money! How can that be?

It was Archbishop Desmind Tutu who famously said "I am puzzled which Bible people are reading when they say that religion and politics don't mix. " 

The theme of the services on 29th January is "A Serving Church in a Selfish World". We gain insight into how Christian service, though sacrificial, is an investment. The service will conclude with prayers and our annual act of commemoration of the Princess Victoria tragedy.

This week begins the start of an exciting new series on Sunday mornings and evenings that will run over the next two months. We will be looking at Gospel Shaped Living as a church, exploring how we can shine as lights in a dark world.

At this time of constitutional and political uncertainty take time to reflect on words, thoughts and actions.

1 Timothy 2 v.1-4

The Christmas Day service at 10.30am is always a special time in First Larne. People of all ages (some with their toys!) gather in this informal yet significant celebration of the event upon which all history pivots.