Trinity Presbyterian Church is located at a junction on one of Cork’s main thoroughfares.
We are part of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
The pastor/minister is Rev John Faris 021 489 1437
You are welcome to visit the church, even just to have a look around this beautiful building.
We would be delighted for you to come and take part in our worship service on Sundays at 11:45 or in any other of our Activities .
People from any religious background or none are welcome.
We are an evangelical church committed to sharing the good news that Jesus is Lord and Saviour
and only through simple faith in him may we find peace with God the Father
‘A Christ centred friendly fellowship from many countries who love the Bible’.
Here are some distinctive features, ‘core values’ of Presbyterianism:
‘the chief end … to glorify God and enjoy him for ever’
‘Jesus Christ the only King and Head of the Church’
‘the only infallible rule of faith and practice’
fellowship in and beyond the local church
nothing is to be done without consultation and accountability
reflecting all the above
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From St Patrick’s street – proceed over Patrick’s bridge
From St Patricks’s Quay – turn right at Patrick’s bridge,
follow the one way system right into Maccurtain St and take first left into York St. Take first right into Little William street.
Drive in through the entrance to the church at the end of Little William street.
You can park in the grounds when coming to the Sunday sevrice.
There is also a pedestrian entrance a short distance up Summerhill North.
Wednesday 17 September
1030 –11 am Prayer Time The John McCully Room
1-2 pm Bible Study Outer Meeting Room
a series on the parables
The Cost of War and
the Source of True Peace
Friday 19 September
630 pm to 930 pm
with presentations (30 mins)
at 7, 8 & 9 pm
Trinity Presbyterian Church
With the help of research
done by students from Scoil Mhuire
we reflect on those who 100 years ago
went to serve in the ‘Great War’
Tuesday 23 September visit of Deborah Webster Child Protection Refresher Training
we reflect on the life and passing of Ian Paisley
we pray for those who mourn him
his family and friends
those who felt that he spoke out for them when no-one else did
but his life had many cross currents, good things and not so good
as it is for all of us
there was harshness, stirring up of bitterness and hate.
We wonder how different things might have been
if his gifts of oratory and leadership and capacity for hard work
had been used over all his years
as they seemed to be used in his latter days.
He has gone to a just Judge
Remind us of that reality as we think about these things
Teach us to number our days aright,
that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
for the people of Scotland making a decision this Thursday
which may have profound implications for all parts of these islands
whatever the result may those who are happy
relate graciously to those who are disappointed
Emma in Brazil has had worrying medical test results