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The history of Presbyterianism in Ireland can be traced back to 1613. The first Non-Subscribing Presbytery was formed in 1725 and our most notable historical leader, Dr. Henry Montgomery (pictured left), took a leading part in the controversy in the 1820's that led to the formation of the Non-Subscribing Remonstrant Synod of Ulster. Our Church refuses to impose compulsory subscription to any man-made creeds in respect of a person's Christian faith. Our ethos is 'faith guided by reason and conscience' and we advocate liberal and tolerant Christianity.

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First Kilmore (Rademon)
Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church


Salary: £12000. The post is offered on a pro rata part-time scale on the basis of £24,000 per annum as a full time working week post and shall be paid monthly in arrears. 

Accommodation: An accommodation allowance of up to £2,000 per annum in lieu of a manse will be made to the successful candidate.

This outgoing, enthusiastic, committed and welcoming congregation invites applicants for the part-time position of Minister of Religion to uphold the theological outlook of the congregation, and to enable the church to grow its vision for outreach in the local community. 

The Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland is a long established and significant denomination with a historical witness to liberal Christianity.

For further enquiries, a full job description and Application Form please contact. 

Mr Ivan Nelson (Clerk of Session), 40 Burn Road, Ballynahinch. Co Down. BT24 8YR


The Clerk of the Presbytery of Bangor, Rev Ian Gilpin, The Manse, 15 Windmill Hill, Comber. Newtownards. Co Down. BT23 5WH

Application Method:

Applications should be made on the appropriate Application Form, highlighting how you meet the requirements of upholding the theological values and how you can contribute positively to the growth and development of the Rademon congregation. The names addresses and contact details of two referees should also be included.

Completed applications are to be sent to 

The Clerk of the Presbytery of Bangor, Rev Ian Gilpin, The Manse 15 Windmill Hill, Comber, Newtownards, Co Down, BT23 5WH

with a copy sent to

Mr Ivan Nelson (Clerk of Session), 40 Burn Road, Ballynahinch. Co Down. BT24 8YR

CLOSING DATE: 31st October 2017




First Presbyterian Church (Non-Subscribing) Dromore

The Session and Committee invite you to attend 

The Installation of the Rev Brian D. Moodie BTh, MTh

by the Presbytery of Bangor 


Thursday 26th October 2017 at 7.00pm

Refreshment will be served afterwards in the Ervine Memorial Hall

RSVP by Friday 20th October

Mr Sam O’Mullan, 31 Mahgherabeg Road, Dromore BT25 1RS




Irish Council of Churches Advertisement

(Part–time 22.5 hours a week, working Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

Salary £14,238 – £16,437.60 pro rata (based on £23,730 – £27,396 FTE)

The Irish Council of Churches is seeking to recruit a friendly, enthusiastic and competent individual to set their values of integrity, trust and respect at the heart of their finance and administration. The successful applicant will share a major role in the effective administration of the organisation and be a first point of contact. They will have one year’s experience in an administrative role, experience of managing finances and are familiar with accounting software. They will have excellent administration and team work skills and the ability to relate to a wide cross section of people.

To Download a Full job description and personnel specification and application pack go to the ICC website: click here

Closing date for applications: Fri 27th October 5pm

Interviews: Mon 6th November

Expected start: Early December 2017


Rt. Rev. Colin Campbell

Contact Address:
9 Churchlands Grove,
BT38 9BG
Northern Ireland


Rev. Robert McKee

Contact Details:
Bellahill House,
10 Dalways Bawn Road
BT38 9BY