Sunday Services: 11.30am & 6.30pm 12 Toome Road, Ballymena, Co. Antrim. BT42 2BP. Northern Ireland.

What's On

fri
17
jan
2020
Fri 17th Jan 2020
7:00pm
Children's Meeting / Friday PM
Childrens Meeting
Children's Meeting
Friday PM
Childrens Meeting
Bring your kids along to hear the things of God.  There will be Quizzes, Memory verses, Bible stories and Prizes.  Open to all primary school children.  
Speaker: Various
Audience: Children
fri
17
jan
2020
Fri 17th Jan 2020
8:00pm
Youth Fellowship / Friday PM
Fellowship
Youth Fellowship
Friday PM
Fellowship
Join with the youth for teaching and fellowship.  Rev. Stewart will bring a closing message
Speaker: Rev. Andrew Stewart
Audience: Young People
sun
19
jan
2020
Sun 19th Jan 2020
9:00am
Let The Bible Speak / 15 Minute Radio Style Broadcast
Radio Broadcast
Let The Bible Speak
15 Minute Radio Style Broadcast
Radio Broadcast
Each Sunday morning at 9am we produce a 15 min radio style broadcast.  Listen to this Live from our own website, facebook or youtube as we Let The Bible Speak
Speaker: Rev. John Greer
Audience: All Welcome
sun
19
jan
2020
Sun 19th Jan 2020
10:00am
Sunday School and Youth Bible Classes / Sunday AM
Sunday School
Sunday School and Youth Bible Classes
Sunday AM
Sunday School
Bring your children along to the Sunday School and Youth Bible Classes, where they can sing choruses and hear the bible stories from the Word of God.  
Speaker: Various
Audience: Children
sun
19
jan
2020
Sun 19th Jan 2020
10:15am
Adult Bible Class / Sunday AM
Bible Study
Adult Bible Class
Sunday AM
Bible Study
Come along and join with us or tune in to the live webcast as we study the scriptures.  In the Bible Class this week Mr Stephen Murray will bring a message from God's Word
Speaker: Mr Stephen Murray
Audience: All Welcome
sun
19
jan
2020
Sun 19th Jan 2020
11:30am
Lord's Day Morning Service / Sunday AM
Weekly Meeting
Lord's Day Morning Service
Sunday AM
Weekly Meeting
You are warmly invited to attend or tune in to our Morning Worship Service webcast.  Rev. Stewart will be the preacher.
Speaker: Rev. Andrew Stewart
Audience: All Welcome
sun
19
jan
2020
Sun 19th Jan 2020
6:30pm
Lord's Day Evening Service / Sunday PM
Weekly Meeting
Lord's Day Evening Service
Sunday PM
Weekly Meeting
Please join us in person or via live video webcast for our Evening Gospel Service.  Rev. Stewart will be the preacher
Speaker: Rev. Andrew Stewart
Audience: All Welcome
tue
21
jan
2020
Tue 21st Jan 2020
8:00pm
Deputation & Prayer Meeting / Tuesday PM
Prayer Meeting
Deputation & Prayer Meeting
Tuesday PM
Prayer Meeting

Join with us for our weekly bible study and prayer meeting. Our prayer will take the form of a deputation with Rev. David Brown coming to speak on the work of LTBS

Speaker: Rev. David Brown
Audience: All Welcome
mon
27
jan
2020
Mon 27th Jan 2020
8:00pm
Ladies Fellowship / Monday PM
Ladies Meeting
Ladies Fellowship
Monday PM
Ladies Meeting
Join with other ladies for teaching and fellowship.  Mr Chris Killen will be the special speaker
Speaker: Mr Chris Killen
Audience: Women
thu
30
jan
2020
Thu 30th Jan 2020
7:00am
Early Morning Prayer Meeting / Thursday AM
Prayer Meeting
Early Morning Prayer Meeting
Thursday AM
Prayer Meeting
Join with us as we seek the Lord in the early morning prayer meeting
Speaker: Various
Audience: All Welcome
thu
30
jan
2020
Thu 30th Jan 2020
8:00pm
Men's Prayer Meeting / Thursday PM
Prayer Meeting
Men's Prayer Meeting
Thursday PM
Prayer Meeting
Please join us for the men's prayer meeting. 
Speaker: Rev. John Greer
Audience: Men
thu
6
feb
2020
Thu 6th Feb 2020
8:00pm
Sunday School and Children's Work Prayer Meeting / Thursday PM
Prayer Meeting
Sunday School and Children's Work Prayer Meeting
Thursday PM
Prayer Meeting
Join with us as we pray for the Sunday School and Children's Work.  Open to all.  
Speaker: Various
Audience: All Welcome
fri
7
feb
2020
Fri 7th Feb 2020
10:00am
Mums and Tots / Friday AM
Mums and Tots
Mums and Tots
Friday AM
Mums and Tots
Join with the other mums and tots for some fellowship
Speaker: Various
Audience: Anyone

Various
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland


Rev. Andrew Stewart
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Mr Stewart is currently the Assistant Minister in Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church

Rev. John Greer
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Rev. John Greer is pastor of the Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church and current Moderator of Presbytery in Northern Ireland. Born in County Antrim, Mr. Greer was minister of Sixmilecross Free Presbyterian Church, County Tyrone, before moving to the United States in 1983 to pastor a fledgling church in a suburb of Philadelphia. Prior to moving to the United States he taught New Testament Greek for four years in the Whitefield College of the Bible. He remained in the pastorate in the United States until August 2000 when he was called to his home church in Ballymena. Rev. Greer has also recently returned to the Whitefield College of the Bible to serve as Lecturer of Systematic Theology.

Various
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland


Mr Stephen Murray
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Stephen is a member of Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church

Rev. Andrew Stewart
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Mr Stewart is currently the Assistant Minister in Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church

Rev. Andrew Stewart
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Mr Stewart is currently the Assistant Minister in Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church

Rev. David Brown
(Larne Free Presbyterian Church)

Larne, Northern Ireland

In 1983 David was born in the Co. Antrim town of Ballymena. There, along with his brother and two sisters he was taught the truths of the Scripture by his Father and Mother who where both saved and attended Ballymena FPC. Late one evening at the age of five David came to trust in Christ as his own personal saviour, “In a child like way I understood that I was a sinner and I felt the awful reality of hell. That evening my parents at my request led me to Christ”. In the following years David attended Ballymena FPC where he greatly enjoyed the preaching of the word and fellowship with God’s people.

As a young adult leaving school David commenced his career in the building trade as a joiner and knew much of the Lords blessing with many opportunities to grow in grace and witness for the saviour. Although having a love for woodwork David from his childhood days was aware of the call to the ministry, it wasn’t till his early twenties that the Lord really began to trouble his heart about this great work. The following years where full of searching and wrestling as he took the call into the ministry very seriously and sought counsel from godly men around him who gave timely direction at that point. After some years of preparation David came to the point where the decision had to be made whether or not to enter the gospel ministry. Unexpectedly in April 2007 at the evening service the Lord spoke with such power that David could not leave the church without surrendering his life to the Lord. At that meeting Mr James McAlister testified and through that the Lord challenged David, then the Rev. Greer announced his text 1 Kings 18, the twenty first verse of that chapter came with such clarity and assurance, they where undoubtedly words of commission from God Himself “how long halt ye.. if the Lord be God then follow him”.

A few months later in September 2007 David commenced the theological course in the Whitefield College of the Bible and completed the course in March 2010. That year held another big event, namely marriage! In August Lydia Charlotte Jane Irwin became Mrs. Brown and they settled down in Ballymena. The following year proved to be every bit as life changing with a call from the Larne congregation inviting David to take up the ministry there. After much prayerful consideration the Lord confirmed His will to David and he took up the invitation to Larne. That same year came the birth of their first child, a little son, Micah.

David and his family are currently enjoying the ministry in that North East coastal Port of Larne.

Mr Chris Killen
(Lisburn Free Presbyterian Church)

Lisburn, Northern Ireland

After my conversion to Christ in August 1989, I became involved in a street ministry – bringing the gospel to young people who were taking drink and drugs. For a number of years I had the joy of leading an outreach team that consisted mainly of young Christians. We travelled all over Northern Ireland and further afield, distributing tracts and sharing the message of Christ. Then the Lord spoke to me through His Word about full-time ministry. After I completed training in Bible College I was accepted to work under the Mission Board. 

There are 2 main aspects to the ministry the Lord has called me to: First, there is Prevention. That involves speaking in schools, youth meetings etc. – warning young people about the dangers of drugs. One of the PowerPoint presentations I have used extensively is entitled: “The Truth about Drugs.” It is a Bible based drugs awareness presentation. It’s essential that young people understand very clearly what the Bible teaches about drugs and alcohol. 

Then there is Intervention. I spend a lot of my time speaking to addicts and their families; seeking to tell them of the hope of the gospel. I often share my own testimony, relating how the Lord saved me from a life of drugs and addiction. Ministering to addicts is very often a demanding and difficult work.  It is therefore a tremendous blessing to be supported by and work under a church that is passionate about reaching those in addiction. Oftentimes when I am speaking to someone who is held in the bondage of addiction, it feels like I am looking in a mirror – it’s as if I’m looking at myself before I was saved. It brings me to reflect upon the life I once lived but also causes me to rejoice in the grace of God that has set me free. “By the grace of God I am what I am…” I Corinthians 15:10.

It is a wonderful blessing to see lives changed by the power of Christ and I count it a great privilege to serve the Lord in this ministry to the addicted.

Various
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland


Rev. John Greer
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland

Rev. John Greer is pastor of the Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church and current Moderator of Presbytery in Northern Ireland. Born in County Antrim, Mr. Greer was minister of Sixmilecross Free Presbyterian Church, County Tyrone, before moving to the United States in 1983 to pastor a fledgling church in a suburb of Philadelphia. Prior to moving to the United States he taught New Testament Greek for four years in the Whitefield College of the Bible. He remained in the pastorate in the United States until August 2000 when he was called to his home church in Ballymena. Rev. Greer has also recently returned to the Whitefield College of the Bible to serve as Lecturer of Systematic Theology.

Various
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland


Various
(Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church)

Ballymena, Northern Ireland


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