Detail of the ceiling of May Street Church

May Street Church - Celing View

May Street Church – Celing View

May Street’s Binns Organ was installed in 1914

May Street Church - The Pipes

May Street Church – The Pipes

The view from the pulpit

May Street Church - View from the pulpit

May Street Church – View from the pulpit

The beautiful stained glass windows at May Street Church

May Street Church - Words on Glass

May Street Church – Words on Glass

May Street Church was built in 1829 for Dr Henry Cooke, the Black Man of Belfast

What’s New

New to May Street Church’s website? Please have a browse through our website and learn more about the church’s history, its present, and its future.

Our Services

May Street Presbyterian Church runs a Thursday lunchtime service (1.05pm to 1.30pm) and also a traditional Sunday morning worship service (11am to 12 midday). Both services are open to all. Come along and hear our 100-year-old Binns organ in action. On Sundays, please join us for a cup of tea or coffee prior to the service.

Latest Photos

Have a look through his selection of photographs of recent events in May Street Church and Urban Soul Cafe.

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Latest News

  • UCB speaker at May Street

    Margaret Bowers from UCB (United Christian Broadcasters) will be speaking at the May Street Thursday service at 1.05pm on February 22. We very much look...

    Scaffolding dismantled at May Street

    The final pieces of scaffolding at May Street Church were dismantled on Friday February 2, and JPM Contracts are off to their next project in...
  • February issue of The Greeting now available

    The February issue of the May Street Church magazine The Greeting is now available. It contains articles about World Women’s Day of Prayer, Street Pastors,...

    Prayers Around the Cross

    May Street Church was represented at the annual Prayers Around the Cross service held in St Malachy’s Church on January 25. It was a most...
  • Let There Be Light

    Thanks to the Department for Infrastructure for responding to May Street’s request that the broken street light at the rear of May Street Church should...

    Henry Cooke artefacts donated to Union Theological College

    Following a request from the Presbyterian Church’s Union Theological College, May Street Session and Committee agreed to donate several artefacts which have links to May...

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