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The history of Presbyterianism in Ireland can be traced back to 1613. The first Non-Subscribing Presbytery was formed in 1725 and our most notable historical leader, Dr. Henry Montgomery (pictured left), took a leading part in the controversy in the 1820's that led to the formation of the Non-Subscribing Remonstrant Synod of Ulster. Our Church refuses to impose compulsory subscription to any man-made creeds in respect of a person's Christian faith. Our ethos is 'faith guided by reason and conscience' and we advocate liberal and tolerant Christianity.



Vacancy with the Irish Council of Churches

The Irish Council of Churches (ICC) is advertising a Programme Officer post:

Employer: Irish Council of Churches/Irish Inter–Church Meeting in partnership with Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

Location: Based in Dublin, with travel throughout Ireland

Salary: €26,800 – €32,000 p.a. for 30 hrs per week (based on €33,500 – €40,000 pro rata)

Line Manager: General Secretary, Irish Council of Churches

Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 28th September 2016 at 5 p.m.

For more details go to ICC website: link




Rt. Rev. Chris Wilson

Contact Address:
48 Church Road,
BT23 6BA
Northern Ireland


Rev. Robert McKee

Contact Details:
Bellahill House,
10 Dalways Bawn Road
BT38 9BY