Palm Sunday – Music, Scripture and Message

Scroll down to join us on this Palm Sunday for a Bible reading and message. Check our Facebook Page around 8 pm GMT Monday – Friday during Holy Week for more live and recorded readings.      Read More

Palm Sunday Reading

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The Weeping Judge

(First read Luke 19 vs 28 -48) The crowds are cheering their hero.  Look, here He comes, the One Who made the blind see, the disabled rise up and walk, Who even raised the dead.  Waving their palm branches they jubilantly welcome the Saviour King promised by God through His prophets centuries earlier. Yet as we look at their champion he is not waving, smiling, punching the air or giving ‘High Fives’.  No, He’s weeping! His fans go wild as He ‘cleans house’ in the... Read More

A Call to Pray

https://www.presbyterianireland.org/News/March-2020/Preparing-for-the-National-Day-of-Prayer.aspx      Read More

Psalm 61

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Psalm 103 and a prayer for health

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Sunday 22nd March

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Tuesday 17th March 2020

Following formal advice received today from Church House, all services in Dunfanaghy and Carrigart, as in all other PCI churches, are cancelled until further notice as a result of the Covid-19 virus outbreak. We will let you know when we can reopen for worship.   We pray it will be soon! Pastoral visitation has also been discouraged due to risk of infection.  However, if you require to see the minister urgently, please do contact Andrew or an elder.  Rev Andrew will from time... Read More

Psalm 23

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Information

Dear Friends, let’s be much in prayer in these times for one another and for the world, seeking God’s grace and mercy on all. ‘God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in time of trouble’ (Ps46v 1)    Best thoughts and prayers. Andrew                        Read More

Services Update

Coronavirus update: 14th March 2020 – our service tomorrow is scheduled to proceed as normal.  Please find below comments from our Moderator.  The situation will be kept under review and we will post information regarding forthcoming services as soon as possible. We would stress that it is vital that we follow the advice given by government in the jurisdiction in which we live, and comply with the specific recommendations given by the HSE. CHURCH SERVICES The Taoiseach’s guidance,... Read More

Sabbatical – February 2020

For three weeks in February 2020 I was on Sabbatical leave from normal church duties, enjoying a little extra time to rest, read and reflect.  During these weeks Sinn Fein made unprecedented gains in the Irish Election, Northern Ireland saw its first same sex wedding and celebrity TV presenter Caroline Flack ended her own life. How are we to live in these changing times when familiar things are shaken or gone, when traditional values no longer seem to apply and kindness sadly... Read More

Information

Rev Watson will be on sabbatical leave from Monday 3rd February until Monday 24th February.  If you require a minister, please contact Rev Tommy Bruce or an elder. Sunday 9th February – Mr Billy Wray Sunday 16th February – Mr & Mrs Tom Finnegan Sunday 23rd February – Rev Dr Norman Hamilton  Read More

Pursued by Love Psalm 23 – Conclusion

David the Shepherd King of Israel has given the world one of its best loved songs, the 23rd Psalm, and here is its conclusion:  ‘Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.’ The Lord has been my Shepherd.  He has provided me with the finest green pastures and safe rest by quiet waters.  He has restored me when I’ve wandered bringing me back into paths of righteousness.  He has stayed with and comforted... Read More

Funeral

We commend to your thoughts and prayers the family of Mr Freddie Wilson, Horn Head, who passed away on Sunday 5th January 2020.  Read More

The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd Guides us in Paths of Righteousness Romans 3 vs 9-25  Philippians 3 vs 4-14 A farmer who doesn’t take care and lets his sheep wander into a neighbour’s garden will get a bad name for himself.  Those sheep are in trouble, but so is the reputation of their owner! Jesus Christ leads His followers in practising all that is good for this glorifies God.  It brings honour to His name.  Subsequently Christ’s name is mocked when those who profess faith in Him... Read More

Resolved

One of the children in church last Sunday gave us a simple but excellent definition of a New Year’s Resolution – ‘doing something different’! Something different to the way we thought and acted last year, yes, that makes sense.  Less of a slave to our appetites and instincts, more in control for the better.  Less addicted to resentment and self-pity, more free to celebrate every day with gratitude!  A resolution begins with decision and  Read More  Read More

Christmas Morning Service

Christmas Morning Service at 10 am in Dunfanaghy.  You are most welcome to join us. A service will also be held in Carrigart at 11.15 am.    Read More

Sermon on Sunday 24th November 2019

Mark 10 vs 13-16  Little Children and Jesus Why was the Lord Jesus so positive about ‘little’, preschool children?  ‘The kingdom of God belongs to such as these,’ He said, ‘anyone who will not receive the Kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.’ Why are toddlers so important to the King of Kings? Today’s readings give me the opportunity to repeat a favourite story of mine.  It happened many years ago when I was a student in Belfast.  One day walking... Read More

Baptism

24th November 2019. Welcome Iris Kate Greer with parents David and Karen.                  We were delighted to have some additional musical ministry from Noreen Potter and Beatrice Henderson. http://www.dunfanaghypresbyterianchurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Audio-from-24.11.19.m4a    Read More

Christmas Carol Service

Joint Carol Service with the Presbytery Choir Everyone is welcome to Carrigart Presbyterian Church on 8th December at 7.30 pm to join us for the Carol Service.  Praise will be led by the Derry and Donegal Presbytery Choir and the service will be followed by supper in the Bewglas Centre                Read More

Bible Study

  Our final Bible Study for this session will be held on Friday 22nd November in Carrigart at 7.30 pm.                Read More

Harvest Services

The Church was beautifully decorated for Harvest on 20th October.  It was lovely to welcome family and friends.  Thank you to everyone who provided items, helped to decorate the church and provided a delicious supper.  Special thanks to Noreen and Beatrice for their singing. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1... Read More

Holiday Bible Club

Holy Trinity, Dunfanaghy, are holding a Holiday Bible Club from 26th – 28th August, 10 am – 2 pm.                  Read More

Service Time

From 1st September, our service returns to the normal time of 10.30 am.              Read More

Auction

  We are thankful for the lovely day, numerous generous donations and all the help received at our fundraising Auction at George and Shirley’s, Rinclevan, on Saturday 20th July.  The total raised was €11366.  More photographs can be found in the “Gallery”.        Read More

Church in India

You can read the message from our recent Highland Radio Broadcast, “Daniel ch 3, Facing the Fiery Furnace” by clicking above on “And also …”.  Check out this link for information on the persecution of Christians in India.  Read More

Congratulations

James and Wendy were married in Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church on Saturday 13th July.  We wish them every blessing in their future together.                    Read More

Auction

We are holding a fundraising Auction on the afternoon of Saturday 20th July at Rinclevan, Dunfanaghy.    Lots include household goods and livestock.  Everyone is very welcome and a cup of tea is guaranteed!  If you would like to contribute any items, please contact us.          Read More

Summer Service Times

During July and August, our service will be held at 10.15 am.    On Sunday 14th July, the broadcast will be live on Highland Radio and we would ask everyone to be seated by 10.00 am  Read More

Easter Sunday

  Celebrating our Lord’s resurrection with family, friends and visitors.  Hallelujah!                  Read More

Music and Friendship Evenings in Milford, Rathmullan, Rosnakill and Kilmacrenan

In May there will be four special Music and Friendship Evenings in four different venues at 8.15pm. Our theme will be ‘Hope in the Storms of Life’. Each evening speakers will seek to illustrate how God can help people cope with the unexpected trials and difficulties of life. The evenings will be informal and there will be talented musicians featured each evening. Refreshments will be served and there will be time to talk with friends. Admission is free.  A Special Invitation... Read More

Baptism

        It was our pleasure on Easter Sunday to welcome in baptism Juliette Mary Sterritt, youngest daughter of Justin and Louise.  We wish the family God’s grace and blessing in the years ahead.      Read More

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Communion

Good Friday Commuion Service, 7.30 pm.  Everyone welcome. Easter Sunday service at 10.30 am.  Children’s Church is available.              Read More

Bible Study

The Bible Study on Friday 12th April will be held in the Manse.  Read More

Car Wash and Coffee Morning

Carrigart Presbyterian Church are holding a Car Wash and Coffee Morning on Saturday 13th April from 11 am – 2 pm at the Bewglas Centre, Carrigart.   Proceeds in aid of the Moderator’s Appeal and local charity.  Please join us for coffee and a chat.  Read More

Bible Study

Bible Studies commence Friday 22nd February at 8.00 pm in Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church.  There will be 7 studies, mostly on Friday evenings, running up until Easter.  Dates and venues below: 22nd February – Dunfanaghy Thursday 28th February – Carrigart (due to Women’s World Day of Prayer on 1st March) 8th March – Dunfanaghy 22nd March – Carrigart 29th March – Dunfanaghy 5th April – Carrigart 12th April – Dunfanaghy Everyone... Read More

Week of Prayer 2019

From 3-10 February, the Moderator is inviting us to join together in a special time of prayer. Taking his theme ‘Building relationships – Christ’s love compels us’, Dr McMullen places emphasis on our personal walk with Jesus Christ: “I am mindful that the Christian life rises and falls at the point of the devotional. During the week, I would encourage you individually, therefore, to take some extra time to be still in God’s presence and to wait upon him.” Further... Read More

Bible Study

Bible Studies will recommence during February. Further details to follow.  Read More

Communion

The Sacrament of Communion will take place on Sunday 13th January 2019  Read More

Christmas Morning

Christmas Morning Service, 10 am.  Short family service and everyone welcome.  Read More

Carol Service 2018 Dunfanaghy

No room for the baby in Bethlehem’s Inn, Only a cattle shed! No room on this earth for the dear Son of God Nowhere to lay His head. Only a cross did they give to our Lord, Only a borrowed tomb. Yet today He is seeking a place in your heart – Will you still say to Him, ‘No room’? No room for the Saviour today it seems, So busy we just don’t have time. Only contempt do we hear on TV For the Lord of all glory sublime. Selfishness, pride and idolatry reign And are... Read More

Carol Service

We would like to extend a warm invitation to our Carol Service with the Derry & Donegal Presbytery Choir on Sunday 9th December at 7.30 pm.  Read More

Bible Studies

Bible Studies will be held each Thursday in November, beginning Thursday 8th November in Dunfanaghy Church Hall at 8.00 pm and alternating weekly with Carrigart Presbyterian Church. Thursday 8th November – Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church Thursday 15th November – Bewglas Centre, Carrigart Thursday 22nd November – Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church Thursday 29th November – Bewglas Centre, Carrigart Everyone is very welcome.  Read More

Open Doors

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Harvest Services

Thank you to everyone who contributed and helped to decorate the church so beautifully for our Harvest Services on 21st October.  It was lovely to welcome family and friends and share in supper after the evening service. Noreen Potter sang beautifully at both services. See the Gallery for some pictures and the sermon can be found in “And also”  Read More

Dates for Your Diary:-

Sunday 30th September – Services conducted by Tom and Renee Finnegan Sunday 14th October – Carrigart Harvest Services, 12 noon and 7.30 pm (followed by supper) Sunday 21st October – Dunfanaghy Harvest Service, 10.30 am and 7.00 pm (followed by supper) Sunday 28th October – Services conducted by Richard Tregaskis Sunday 4th November – The Sacrament of Communion will be observed. Sunday 9th December – Carol Service, Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church,... Read More

‘Jazz’ Service

Thank you to everyone who participated and helped at the service this morning, 16th September 2018.  Below is an audio recording of the service and a few pics/short video clip.  Why not leave us a message in our ‘Visitors’ Book’, it’s always great to hear from folk! Audio recording: click below – https://www.dropbox.com/s/lliusit47nfp82z/service 16th.mp3?dl=0   http://www.dunfanaghypresbyterianchurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/video-1537104167.mp4  Read More

Donegal Hospice

Donegal Hospice Annual Remembrance Service will take place on Sunday 7th October at 4pm in the Church of the Irish Martyrs, Letterkenny.      Read More

Highland Reflections

As some of you may have seen from the photograph published in the Donegal News this week, a cheque for €3,300 has been presented to Donegal Hospice by the Rev Jim Lamont, former minister of Dunfanaghy and Carrigart, This was the latest donation to Donegal Hospice funds from Mr Lamont’s Highland Reflections book, which was supported by both congregations. It brings to over €100,000 the amount raised for Donegal Hospice by Mr Lamont’s two books. Sam Sterritt, the... Read More

Baptism

Sunday 19th August.  We welcome in baptism our newest member, Maisie Bridget Ferry, with her parents Michael and Amanda, big brother Ethan and sisters Bethany and Ruby. Bringing little ones for Baptism Lord, you have graciously saved and blessed us. Please save and bless our children Whom we identify with you today With this ‘Jesus picture’ we call baptism. As you have forgiven and renewed us by your Spirit, Cleanse and give new life to these dear ones. Include them in your... Read More

Service Time – July and August

For July and August, our service will commence at 10.15 am followed by tea or coffee.  This will allow Rev Watson a little extra time to speak with people before leaving for the service in Carrigart which starts at 12 noon.  We look forward as always to welcoming many friends and visitors to our Meeting House this summer.  Children’s Church is also available during July and August.  Read More

Kids’ Club

Johnstons’ Caravan Park, Saturday 21st July, 10.30 am.  All children welcome!  Read More

‘Heart and Soul’

We very much enjoyed having  ‘Heart and Soul’ from Belmont Presbyterian Church take part in our service on Sunday 1st July, 10.15 am.  Read More

Statement

The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, Rt. Rev. Dr. Noble McNeely, along with former Moderator and minister emeritus of Lucan Presbyterian Church, Dr. Trevor Morrow, and the Clerk of the denomination’s General Assembly, Rev. Trevor Gribben have expressed their ‘profound sense of sadness’ regarding today’s Eighth Amendment referendum result. In their statement they said: We acknowledge the outcome of yesterday’s referendum with a profound sense of sadness.... Read More

Prayer for Exam Days

For anyone sitting exams over the next few weeks: Lord, the pressure is on, help me to stay calm, and remember to eat and sleep! In the exam room, please help me focus and understand the questions correctly. Help me remember today all the relevant bits of everything we studied! Help me work through and finish this paper, and get the best mark of which I’m capable. And may we all put these lessons and qualifications to good use for the benefit of our community and world, to Your... Read More

Service Times

Please note the change of service time during July and August to 10.15 am.  Read More

LYIT Open Evening – May 2018

Letterkenny Institute of Technology is holding an Open Evening for prospective students on Thursday 10th May from 3 – 7 pm at our Letterkenny & Killybegs campuses. Whether you are considering your CAO options, looking to upskill, currently have no formal qualification or are a mature student and are considering a return to education, there’s lots of choice for 2018/2019. Why not come along to our Open Evening to discuss your options with our staff. All are welcome.  Read More

Easter 2018

The Church was again full to capacity on Easter Sunday.  More photographs in the Gallery.                    Read More

Services

Sunday 8th April – Mr Billy Wray Sunday 15th April – Rev Paul Erskine  Read More

Public Meeting

Public Meeting in Letterkenny Presbyterian Church  Hall at 8.00 pm on Thursday 12th April regarding the forthcoming referendum on the 8th Amendment.  Read More

Car Wash and Coffee Morning

Saturday 24th March, 11 am – 2 pm, Carrigart Presbyterian Church. Have a cup of tea/coffee and something nice to eat and drive away in a gleaming car!!  Funds raised will be divided between Mevagh Day Centre, Carrigart and Tearfund for relief of Syrian refugees.  Read More

Bible Study

The Bible Study planned for Friday 9th March, 8.00 pm has been cancelled. The next Bible Study will be on Friday 16th March in Dunfanaghy.  Read More

Lost and Found

“Ours is a happy, thankful religion, prompted by grace, fuelled with love. Found by the Good Shepherd we have cause for rejoicing!” ​”Lost and Found” – The Sermon from Sunday 4th March can be found in “And Also …”  Read More

Anam Cara

We’ve been asked to annouce the following: Anam Cara – a national organisation supporting bereaved parents – is to hold an event in West Donegal for the first time. A Bereavement Information Evening, with guest speaker Bríd Carroll, will take place in the Waterfront Hotel, Dungloe on Tuesday 6th March at 7pm. The Information Evening will be open to all bereaved parents regardless of the circumstances of the death, the age of the child, or whether the death was recent... Read More

Career Event

We’ve been asked to announce the following: “A Cross Border Hospitality & Catering Careers Expo will be held on Thursday 1st March in the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny. The event will run from 10.00am until 2.00pm. Employers will have a number of job offers available on the day. Bring your CV. Admission is free. There is also an online event: to register go to www.europeanjobdays.eu/en. The event is being co-hosted by Eures Cross Border Partnership, the Department... Read More

Bible Study

Bible Study – Friday 2nd March at 8.00 pm in Bewglas Centre, Carrigart All welcome.  Read More

Session and Committee

A Session and Committee meeting will be held at the Manse on Friday 8th February at 7.30 pm.  Read More

Bible Study

Our next Bible Study using PCI material “Essentials” will be in Dunfanaghy on Friday 16th February at 8.00 pm.  Everyone welcome.  Read More

2018

Wishing everyone grace and peace for 2018.  Read More

Christmas Celebration

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Bible Study

There will be no Bible Study on 15th December. We plan to recommence, DV, on Friday 12th January at 8.00 pm in Dunfanaghy using PCI material “Essentials”.  Read More

Christmas Services

Sunday 10th December. 7.30 pm Carol Service in Carrigart Presbyterian Church. Worship led by the Derry & Donegal Presbytery Choir and supper will be served following the service. Everyone very welcome. Christmas Morning Family Service, 10 am.  Read More

Harvest Service

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Bible Study, 8.00 pm “Jesus the Gamechanger”

The Bible Study will be held in Dunfanaghy Church Hall and The Bewglas Centre, Carrigart. Everyone is most welcome. 6th October Carrigart 13th October Dunfanaghy 3rd November Carrigart 17th November Dunfanaghy 1st December Carrigart 15th December Dunfanaghy  Read More

“Jazz Service”

Sunday 17th September had our meeting house filled with hearty praise led by friends from Limavady Big Band who were playing at the Dunfanaghy Jazz and Blues Festival that weekend. A short video clip can be viewed on Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church Facebook page. You can listen to the service by clicking the link below. (note: ‘Happy Feet’ was released by Warner Bros and not Disney) Jazz Service 2017 {"type":"audio","tracklist":true,"tracknumbers":true,"images":true,"artists":true,"tracks":[{"src":"http:\/\/www.dunfanaghypresbyterianchurch.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/Jazz-Service-2017.mp3","type":"audio\/mpeg","title":"Jazz... Read More

Wedding

  Congratulations to Ray Figg and Karen Cole on their wedding in Dunfanaghy on Saturday 1st September.                    Read More

“Jazz Service”

This weekend, 15th – 17th September, is the “Jazz and Blues Festival” in Dunfanaghy. Our service will again be broadcast live on Highland Radio and members of Limavady Big Band will lead the praise. Everyone to be seated by 10.15 am please.  Read More

Praise Service and Church Family BBQ

We had a lovely evening for our Church Family BBQ. The Praise Service on Sunday 27th August was a joyful occasion with the Derry & Donegal Presbytery Choir in fine voice and former ministers Rev J Lamont and Rev K McConnell welcomed warmly by a very large congregation including many family, associates and friends. A surprise element of the evening came when Rev Lamont paid tribute to organist and Session Clerk, Mrs Ethel Montgomery, for her faithful ministry playing the... Read More

Holiday Bible Club

Big thanks to Johnston’s Caravan Park, Marble Hill and the Markey family for their help on Saturday 12th August when around 27 children gathered in the open air for games, songs, Bible stories and prayer.            Read More

Baptism

On Sunday 6th August we welcomed Jamie and Christine McKendry who brought their son Robert Wallace Michael McKendry for the Sacrament of Baptism. Big welcome to big sister Rosie, too!                                Read More

Sponsored Cycle

Our condolences to family and friends of Simon Acheson who passed away suddenly on 23rd July. He was buried in the family plot at Clonfeacle Parish Church Benburb on Thursday. Just over a week before, Simon (third from left) had requested this picture at the church here in Dunfanaghy of friends from the Square Wheels Cycle Club who were taking part in a week long charity cycle to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.            Read More

“Finding Our Way Home”

The book signing for “Finding our Way Home” went really well in Letterkenny. The next one will be in Veritas Bookstore, Shipquay Street, Derry/Londonderry on Thursday 17th August at midday. All welcome.                      Read More

July and August

Our service themes for July and August will be based on the ‘Fruits of the Spirit’ (Galatians 5 v 22-23). Children’s Church will be available during July and August.  Read More

Wedding

Congratulations to Alan Clarke and Clare McBrien on the occasion of their wedding in Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church on Friday 26th May 2017.  We wish them God’s blessing in their life together.                      Read More

Sponsored Cycle

One of our members, Simon Acheson, will be taking part in a charity cycle to raise awareness of and funds for research into ovarian cancer. All support greatly appreciated. For more details check Square Wheels Cycle Club on Facebook.  Read More

Sunday 4th June

To tie in with the Traditional Music Festival being held in Dunfanaghy, our praise this Sunday will have a Celtic flavour. We look forward to welcoming members and visitors alike.  Read More

“Finding our Way Home”

Veritas have invited me to do a book signing at their shop, Main Street, Letterkenny, on Friday 14th July from 11 am – 1 pm. All prayerful support is much appreciated. Andrew                      Read More

Bible Study

On Friday 2nd June our Bible Study will take place in the Bewglas Centre, Carrigart, at 8.00 pm.  Everyone is very welcome.  Read More

Musical Evening

An Evening with John Schmid, country gospel artist.  16th May 2017 at 7.30 pm in St John’s Church Hall, Ballymore.  Admission 10 Euro at the door.  Donation after costs to Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre.  Tel: 0851231274 for further information.  Read More

Easter Service

Easter Day service saw our meeting house filled to overflowing and resounding with great singing with hymns including “Thine be the Glory” and “And Can It Be”.  We were honoured to enjoy the ministry of the Moderator of the General Assembly, Rev Dr Frank Sellar who gave us a message of great hope and challenge through the death and resurrection of our Lord.  Read More

“Finding our Way Home”

“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. Finding Our Way Home offers Read More  Read More

Easter Services

Good Friday Evening Communion Service Friday 14th April, 8.00 pm We look forward to welcoming members of our sister congregation, Carrigart, and many other friends and associates. Easter Sunday On Easter Sunday, our very special guests will be the Moderator of the General Assembly, Rev Dr Frank Sellar and his wife Claire.  Rev Watson will open the service.  Children’s Church will be available.  There will be a retiring collection for the Moderator’s East Africa... Read More

Reading the Psalms

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.  Read More

An Evening with the Derry and Donegal Presbytery Choir

“Hymns of Fanny Crosby”. An evening with the Derry and Donegal Presbytery Choir in Fahan Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening 29th January at 7.30pm (DV). Collection to Friends of Kiwoko Hospital, Uganda with a short presentation by Murry Ferguson who is planning a short return trip to Uganda next month to assist with training in the Hospital Laboratory. Tea will be served afterwards in the Hall. The theme will be “Hymns of Fanny Crosby”. Francis Jane Crosby wrote more... Read More

Congregational Visiting!

A novel way to visit members of the congregation!  What a beautiful view of Dunfanaghy, Horn Head and Portnablagh.  Read More

Christmas Morning Family Service

Christmas Morning Family Service, Sunday 25th December at 10 am.  “Come and join the celebration”!   The sacrament of Communion will be held on Sunday 1st January at 10.30 am      Read More

Christmas Carol Service

Our Christmas Carol Service will be held on Sunday 11th December at 7.30 pm.  We are delighted to welcome Derry & Donegal Presbytery Choir and supper will be served in the hall after the service.  Everyone is very welcome.        Read More

Sunday 1st January

Morning Worship, 10.30 am.  The Sacrament of Communion will be observed.  Read More

Church Service

EVERY SUNDAY
at 10.30 am
During July and August, the service will begin at 10.15 am and tea/coffee will be served afterwards.