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Morning service // 11:00am
Evening service // 6:30pm

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1 week ago

Irish Women's Convention 2018 “Love in Hard Places.” Jenny Salt will be speaking on the book of Ruth. Friday night tickets are still available, if interested email us at office@richhill@pc.org.uk or contact us via facebook. We would love you to come along. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Then Sings My Soul….

Richhill Presbyterian Church presents ‘Then Sings My Soul’ on Saturday 6th October at 7.30pm. You are warmly invited to this special evening of classic hymns & the stories that inspired them.

Many of us know the old gospel songs and classic hymns of our childhood, but few of us realise the amazing stories that inspired the hymn writers to pen them. Come along to Richhill Presbyterian Church on Saturday 6th October at 7.30pm and enjoy the congregational singing of these well-known gospel songs and hymns such as ‘When the Roll is Called up Yonder’, ‘Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing’, ‘Because He Lives’ and ‘Blessed Assurance’ to name but a few.

‘Then Sings My Soul’ promises to be an evening not to be missed, so plan to come early and enjoy this free hymn singing event, which has been produced and led by local gospel singer and Ballydown Presbyterian Church praise leader Warren Smyth & the James Strange Band. There will be a light supper provided at the close of the evening and a retiring free-will offering in aid of The Smiles Foundation.

We promise you a warm welcome and look forward to seeing you there.
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Our Values

Christ Centred

At Richhill Presbyterian we believe Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. He is the only hope for the nations and it is his gospel we proclaim.

Genuine Worship

Our praise seeks to incorporate contemporary worships songs alongside the traditional hymnody.

Reformed Teaching

We have a Reformed perspective on theology which means we believe the Bible teaches certain things about God and man, the world and church. These distinctive views can seen in our preaching, praying and community life.

Presbyterian Ethos

Our leadership subscribes to the Westminister Confession of Faith and we practise a presbyterian form of governance.