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A Busy Day at May Street

It was action stations at May Street on Friday June 11. Firstly we opened the premises for Radio Ulster who are recording a programme about Daniel O’Connell, the Irish Liberator, and Dr Henry Cooke, first Minister of May Street. In 1841 the two differed on the issue of Catholic emancipation and Daniel O’Connell took the debate to May Street –...
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Tourists welcome to May Street

As the tourist season gathers momentum, May Street Church is proving popular with visitors. Almost every Sunday we are joined by visitors from different parts of the world and very welcome they are too. If you are planning to join us, please try to arrive at around 10.45am and join members of the congregation for a cup of tea or...
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Sunday preaching list over the summer

Details have now been posted in the page about “Our Services” of the preachers at our Sunday morning services through to the end of August. Many thanks to the vacancy convenor, Dr Rodger Crooks, for making the arrangements....
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Larne Concert Choir at May Street

Larne Concert Choir paid a visit to May Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday May 16. Clerk of Session Arthur Acheson gave them a conducted tour of the sanctuary and our newly upgraded basement area. The choir greatly admired May Street’s 100-year-old ?Binns Organ and gave an impromptu performance of a musical item from the choir stalls. They were most impressed...
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Ballymena Inter-Church Group at May Street

May Street hosted a visit on Saturday May 9 by the Ballymena Inter-Church Group led by John Stewart. May Street Clerk of Session Arthur Acheson was on hand to show the visitors the sanctuary and the newly refurbished basement area. The group was visiting a number of churches of different denominations in the city centre....
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