First Larne Presbyterian Church

First Larne Presbyterian Church

News & Announcements

News & Announcements

This Sunday - 20th May 2018 - we mark Pentecost (the birthday of the Church!) AND conclude Christian Aid Week.

11am Acts 2 v.1-21  "The MOMENT, the MEANING, the MOVEMENT...."

After the service there is a Christian Aid lunch open to everyone.


This Sunday's services give us an opportunity to explore and celebrate what it means for each of us to be a witness on a global stage - in challenging and complex world.


11am "Home of Hope"   John 17 v.6-19

This Sunday we shall be marking 40 years worshipping in the current complex.


11am HOME: A Family Gathered     Acts 1 v.12-26

There might even be a birthday cake to share!

7pm ESSENTIALS 8: Continue     Luke 9 v28-36

After the morning service Promiseland invite everyone to have a burger. Led principally by our childen and young people we address the crucial question posed by this year's PCI Youth & Family Project "What is Church". Here's a clue - it is not just bricks!

At our services on Sunday 6th May 2018 we shall be celebrarting and giving thanks for the 40 years we have been worshipping and gathering in the earliest stages of our present complex.

This vivid and challenging pictorial exhibition delves into the particualr challenges presented to the world community by internally displace people.

11am This Sunday morning - 22nd April - we celebrate what has been, what is and what will be achieved through our partnership in United Appeal for Mission. "Together Getting Things Done!"

What does the Church - at First Larne and elswhere - have to offer? Come along to both services to find out!

11am "WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE - in 90 seconds!"

Saturday 14th April is the big day when two members of First Larne will join several others in a sponsored abseil from the historic heights of Belfast Castle. We wish the Rev. McClure and Michael Bailie (Editor, Bridge News) well as they take in the views over Belfast Lough!

As the Easter holidays come to an end you and yours are welcome to join us at First for our services this Sunday. At both services we continue to look at the significance of the resurrection - as an historical event AND how it has contemporary relevance for all of us.