First Larne Presbyterian Church

First Larne Presbyterian Church

News & Announcements

News & Announcements

Yet again COFFEE CHATS has filled the air with praise and chat about what really matters. On Sunday evening 30th October in Room 4, using the "JESUS: More than a swear word" animation as a catalyst, we considered the unavoidable personal consequence of the claims Jesus made about Himself.

Learn more about this great action-packed and value-for-money holiday for all ages which takes place each year, just after Easter, at the Share Centre, Lisnaskea.

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On Sunday evening 23rd October Room 4 was again filled with the sound of coffee drinking, tray bake eating - but more importantly hearty singing and discussing of important Bible passages, in particular Ephesians 2.

Several of our Youth Fellowship young people and leaders are joining around 1,000 other young Presbyterians for this incredible weekend at the Ulster University campus at Coleraine.

This very special event is coming to Belfast's Assembly Buildings (Church House) on Saturday 19th November. It provides an incredible opportunity to invest in doing the very best for your family - whether you are a parent, a grandparent or other interested adult.

The first in the October series of Coffee Chat services "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee!" filled Room 4 with people across the age range. It was great to have so many meet together, worship together and learn together. There is still room for more!

The first in a series of "COFFEE CHAT" services begins this Sunday (16th October) at 7pm in Room 4. This is a special opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy fellowship, relevant Bible teaching - and a cuppa. There is a cup with your name on it! YOU will be very welcome.

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!

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