Welcome! Dunfanaghy is one of the most north-westerly Presbyterian congregations in Ireland. “Donegal” is sometimes known as the “fort of the foreigner”, the place where visitors are assured of a warm welcome. Feel free to browse our site, maybe get in touch and we look forward some day to welcoming you in person! […]Read More
A carefully researched exploration of our history, ‘Dunfanaghy’s Presbyterian Congregation and Its Times’ (PDF, 3.8Mb), a retrospect, was published in May 1978 by Colan MacArthur MA. Records mention a Presbyterian community and Minister in 1679, however, the Scots Plantations in the area of Dunfanaghy, date from around 1610/1611 and “Presbyterian” clergy were in the Raphoe […]Read More
Two-Way. OK so bear with me here a minute. Those who study languages will be aware that an action can be expressed in different ‘voices’. ‘Active’ voice is where I am doing the action, eg: ‘I speak to him.’ ‘Passive’ voice is where I am the recipient of someone else’s action, eg: ‘I am spoken […]Read More
On Easter Sunday, we look forward to welcoming our guest speaker, the Moderator, Rev Dr Frank Sellar and his wife Claire. Rev Watson will lead the service.
“Finding Our Way Home is a collection of prayers and reflections by Presbyterian minister Andrew Watson that invites the reader to contemplate and celebrate the gift of ‘home’ – both earthly and divine. As well as addressing key events in the Christian calendar, such as Easter and Pentecost, the book considers universal subjects including marriage, parenthood, ageing and bereavement.
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Letterkenny (Trinity) and Trentagh PCI invite you to a series on the Psalms – “Reading the Psalms for all their worth”. Saturday 4th February 2017, 10.30 am – 1.30 pm in Trinity Hall, Letterkenny. Speaker: Desi Maxwell. Cost 15 Euro including lunch. Further details from Rev Tommy Bruce.