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Then Sings My Soul

May Street Church looms large in the new BBC Northern Ireland televison programme “Then Sings My Soul”. The programme, presented by Marie Louise Muir and funded by the Ulster-Scots Agency, focuses on the impact of the Victorian era on hymns and the Ulster Revival. It has been broadcast at 10pm on BBC2 on February 8 and February 15. Both programmes...
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BACK TO THE FUTURE AT MAY STREET

May Street’s Sunday morning service on February 15 featured exclusively unaccompanied singing by the congregation for the first time since 1903. How so? The sanctuary was out of use pending the installation of a new gas-fired boiler as part of our major renovations, while the wall heaters in the lecture hall were on the blink because the electricity had tripped...
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Annual Business Meeting

Notice is hereby given that the annual business meeting of May Street Presbyterian Church will take place after morning worship on Sunday February 22, 2015. The meeting is expected to commence at around midday. Notification of this meeting has already been given by means of the Sunday service intimations....
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Lord Mayor at May Street

The Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nichola Mallon, will be speaking at a meeting being organised by the May Street Tuesday Circle at 7.30pm on Tuesday March 10. There is an open invitation to those interested – male or female – to attend. Representatives of other churches in the city centre and South Belfast area will be joining us for...
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Presbyterian Historical Society

The Presbyterian Historical Society is meeting in May Street Church on March 19. The speaker on that evening is Dr Robert Armstrong from Trinity College Dublin who will be delivering an illustrated lecture at 8pm on “Early Historians of Irish Presbyterianism”. All welcome....
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