Carrickfergus Methodist Church
Carrickfergus Methodist Church exists to glorify God as it proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, through Worship, Fellowship, Service and Outreach
Biblica Bible Reading Project
Following the success of our New Testament read this time last year, we are now planning to tackle the 'Covenant' section of the Old Testament, from Genesis to Kings, over the next 16 weeks.
The daily readings for the first couple of weeks are as follows:
Week 10: Monday 13th Mar/Friday 17th Mar - Judges/Ruth
Day 1 p 335-343
Day 2 p 343-352
Day 3 p 352-361
Day 4 p 361-368
Day 5 p 369-375
Week 11: Monday 20th Mar/Friday 24th Mar - Samuel-Kings
Day 1 p 377-381
Day 2 p 381-387
Day 3 p 387-394
Day 4 p 394-398
Day 5 p 398-404
Week 12: Monday 27th Mar/Friday 31st Mar - Samuel-Kings
Day 1 p 404-409
Day 2 p 409-414
Day 3 p 414-418
Day 4 p 419-425
Day 5 p 425-429
A box for questions and/or comments is on the table in the foyer, and David will use/address these as we go along, in addition to linking with the read passages during our Sunday services and at our regular mid week Bible Study.
Appointment of New Minister
As of 29th June 2014 we said goodbye to our outgoing minister, Rev. Aian Ferguson, after 11 years of ministry with us in Carrickfergus, and welcomed Rev. Dr. David Clements, who joined us as our incoming minister, with effect from 1st July.
Our New Building
Our new Church building and suite of halls was opened on 4th September 2010 by the President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Rev. Paul Kingston
A new day dawns in the life of Carrickfergus Methodist Church (well, it did on the 4th September 2010 when, after almost 2 years of construction, our new building was opened by our then President, the Rev Paul Kingston). We have been blessed with a really beautiful building, (even if we do say so ourselves), and that is testament to the hard work that was put in by a lot of people in the decade prior to our re-build and especially during those 2 years of construction.
We are a busy congregation and are doing our utmost to make use of the tremendous facilities that we now have.
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When and where we worship
Our Sunday worship (morning and evening) is at the following times:-
and you will find us at the following location:-
1 Albert Road
(See the map below for a better idea, although it actually depicts Irish Gate as the location of the church - the moral is, never trust a map over what you can see with your own eyes!)
If you're coming from Belfast - you will come into Carrickfergus along the main Shore Road (A2). After passing McDonalds you will encounter the roundabout with Sainsburys to your right/PaPa Browns to your left and the Castle ahead of you. Simply turn left at this roundabout - and the church should be in view, about 200 yards ahead of you on the right.
If you're coming to Carrickfergus from Larne, you will again come through the town on the main A2. After passing the Castle you'll encounter the same roundabout, but from this side you'll need to turn right.
If you want to contact us about anything, either spiritual or otherwise, please use this link