Portrush Presbyterian Church

Friday 25th July A night on the River & BBQ ~

This event is open to everyone (children up to and including 11 years old must be accompanied by an adult). Come along and enjoy some fun on the river. Meet at the Cutts Car Park (opposite Sommerset Forest) at 7pm.

Please let the office know if you wish to come for catering purposes. Tel 028 708232456

 

 

 

Sunday 6th July Morning Worship 10.30am Rev J Kirkpatrick
Creche & Children’s Church will take place during the morning service

6.30pm Evening Worship will be led by Members of Portrush CSSM

 

 

This Sunday 29th June Rev Alastair Dunlop will be with us at our morning service.  Its an all age service, and everyone is welcome.
Our Evening Service will be led by Tom McKendry from European Missionary Fellowship.

European Missionary Fellowship actively works in partnership with God’s people, his church, to spread the good news of Jesus Christ throughout Europe by supporting a growing network of missionaries, pastors, leaders and workers and by providing a core Bible-centred training programme.

This Sunday Pastor Edwin Ewart , Principal of the Irish baptist college will be our guest preacher.
In the evening it will be Rev Leslie Casement

Everyone Welcome.

 

Here in Portrush Presbyterian we want to have our daily life reflect our faith. We make our goal to help the church community to love God and make Him known and to love our neighbour. We know this is only possible because of God first loving us. We often fail but don’t give up because Jesus Christ has lived perfectly, died sacrificially and been raised again to win all the promises that give us our hope.

Helpfully we also have a guide and a framework of truth and belief to lead us- the Bible and our convictions based on it. We call these, confessions (summaries of our belief) such as The Westminster confession of faith and the Shorter catechism along with for example; the Heidelberg catechism. They give us stability especially in a day when pragmatism is so attractive and even dangerous.

Each of the leaders also admit to being weak, needy and fallen, but have discovered and are amazed at God’s mercy won for them by Jesus. This is the hope that we share, it means that we are able to be honest about ourselves. It also means we welcome all no matter what their story is. We are called to accept you, to love you, and to help you find the grace of God that can rescue you.

Rev J Kirkpatrick
June 2014

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