Find out more about our church

About our church
 

About our church

Find out about Ballyclare Presbyterian Church - Sunday Services 11am & 6:30 pm
What's on
 

What's on

what's happening over the next couple of months
World Day of Prayer - Friday 1st March 8pm
 

World Day of Prayer - Friday 1st March 8pm

We are delighted to be hosting this year’s World Day of Prayer for the churches in the Ballyclare.
Taking Care
 

Taking Care

Information about child protection policies in Ballyclare Presbyterian Church
Blood Transfusion Service
 

Blood Transfusion Service

In our Allen Hall on Wednesday & Thursday, 27th & 28th February, 1.30pm-4.00pm and 5.15pm to 8.00pm.
Water from the Well  Saturday 16th March  09:45am - 12:45pm
 

Water from the Well Saturday 16th March 09:45am - 12:45pm

in First Donegore Presbyterian Church led by Roz Stirling the Director of Cleopas
1st Ballyclare Boys Brigade
 

1st Ballyclare Boys Brigade

75th Anniversary Dinner click here for details
Youth and children
 

Youth and children

A wide range of programmes for children and youth of all ages
Small Groups
 

Small Groups

Fellowship with coffee and buns around God's word.
Messy Church
 

Messy Church

It's still Church, just a little messier....
Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
 

Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

Debt Coach available to provide a free debt counselling service in the Ballyclare area.

Welcome to Ballyclare Presbyterian Church – or at least to our website! We would love to welcome you personally because we want to be a church that is warm and welcoming to everybody – a church that is very much part of our community and that is committed to serving it. We believe that ‘People Matter to God’ and our aim is to be that kind of church. At the very heart of our church life is our conviction that Jesus Christ gives us a foundation, a framework and a future for life, and our own aim is to learn to trust in Jesus more, and to be a church that helps other people to do so also. Please feel free to contact us, or even better call in and see us – either during the week, or better still, on Sunday – I think you’ll find a welcome. By the way, Sundays are fairly informal and relaxed in dress code, as well as in every other way, and we’d just love to meet you.