Mullingar Presbyterian Church

A church open to God, open to each other, open to everyone

Mullingar Presbyterian Church

Fáilte! Welcome!

Have a look around..... We have a similar 'Just looking' policy should you drop by with us some Sunday at 11.30am.

The only pressure you'll get from us is a warm welcome. ..... Browsers welcome on Sunday's too!

If you're looking for a church in County Westmeath, you've arrived at a good place. We are a welcoming Presbyterian Church in Mullingar. Our desire is to walk together with Christ sharing His love and message with everyone.

We would like to invite you on Sundays at 11:30am to our Christ-centered worship service. (Eircode - N91 Y9HN)

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What's on soon:

Bible Study is finished for the moment. We have finished the Life Explored series. Keep in contact for details of our next bible study.

Oodles & Doodles will be on Wednesday 6th and 13th December from 10.30 - 12.00 as usual. Oodles & Doodles will be taking a break over the school holidays and will not take place on 20th, 27th December or the 3rd January. It will start again on Wednesday 10th January 2024.

Solid Rock for teenagers will next meet on Saturday 9th December at the Christmas Party in Drogheda Presbyterian Church. All teenagers are welcome. Further details are available from Dani.

Sunday 10th December will be the last Sunday that Rev Daniel Reyes Martin will lead the Mullingar and Corboy congregations in worship. He has been called to minister with the congregations in Clontibret and Middletown, Co Monaghan. We will miss Dani and Ruth, David and Miriam enormously and know that God will be with them as they start this new ministry.

Church services over the Christmas period are as follows. Everyone is welcome to attend these services.

Sunday 17th December: Carol Service at 7pm The children and young people will lead this service.

Sunday 24th December: Morning service at 11.30am

Sunday 31st December: Morning service at 11.30am

Throughout November, we have been collecting for the Presbyterian Children's Society. This year they are celebrating 150 years of caring for gfamilies and children. For more information see The Presbyterian Children’s Society exists to support Presbyterian children in Ireland. It works mainly through Ministers to alleviate poverty and financial hardship for these children and their families.

Recently, Charlie Murphy and Christiaan Potgieter were ordained as elders of our sister chuch in Corboy, Co. Longford. We congratulate them and will keep them in our prayers for this special ministry.

Details of our various activities can be found below.