A country Church set in God's wonderful creation

"Come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest" (Matthew11:28)

The Church was opened on Sunday, 4 February 1877

The bell tower gives an air of completeness to the structure and the peal of the bell can be heard for miles around, calling the people to worship

In Magheramorne we aim to support the spreading of the gospel

We support mission by constant prayer, week by week Church activities and the giving of financial and other tangible resources.

Sunday
Services

Sunday morning worship at 10.00am
Some shared services, with Raloo, during July and August.
Sunday evening service (check monthly diary)
Have a look at our service page...

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Discipleship Group

Discipleship groups are for people who've got questions and who through Bible Study and prayer, want to grow as Christ's disciples in the context of a supportive, caring and encouraging group of like-minded people.

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Church
Activities

We have something for everyone interested in fellowshipping together in a Christian community. We cater for the the very young and the young at heart and gather in all those in between.

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In the folds of the Antrim hills, as they roll down to meet Larne lough, lies Magheramorne Presbyterian Church.

Mission in Magheramorne

In Magheramorne we aim to support the spreading of the gospel both locally and further afield through diverse methods. These include constant prayer, week by week Church activities and the giving of financial and other tangible resources.

We support The Reformed Churches in Latvia, we contribute to the funding of the East Antrim Scripture Union Worker, we assist Christians Against Poverty to name a few. We have connections with many organisations.

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Prayer Ministry

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." (Philippians 4:6)


"They all joined together constantly in prayer, along with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brothers." (Acts 1:14)

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