Bells and ringers of St. Patrick"s Parish Church, Ballymena.
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Published by The Church in Ballymena .
Written in English


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Published on the occasion of the dedication of the recast ring of twelve bells March 19th, 1988.

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Pagination14p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18557105M

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Moving down to County Antrim we have St Patrick’s, Ballymena and in Carrickfergus the Parish Church of St Nicholas. County Armagh has one tower, The Church of Christ the Redeemer in Lurgan, more popularly known as Shankill Parish, Lurgan. County Down has seven towers – SS Philip and James, Holywood; St Comgall’s, Bangor; St Saviour’s. The Ballymena Bellringers outside St Patrick’s Church on VE Day On Saturday May 9 the bells of cathedrals and churches throughout the United Kingdom rang for the 70th Anniversary of VE Day. In Ballymena the bells rang out from the tower at St Patrick’s Parish Church at . On this page you will find important information about St Patrick's Church based in St. Patricks Parish Church, Castle Street, Ballymena BT43 7BT, United Kingdom, like the address, contact person and details, as well as the email address and home page, or other specific information. There are two Churches in Ballymena. All Saints' situated at the corner of the Broughshane and Cushendall Road and St Patrick's, Crebilly. For more information on each Church, please see .

A Ballymena church bell will be ringing out for the first time in two months and in time for Christmas Day after undergoing repair. It will be music to the ears of parishioners after the peal of. post: Church of Ireland, Castle Street, Ballymena. BT43 7BT Remember – you can always donate to the Parish as you shop on-line through easyfundraising! We are proud to announce that St Patricks church received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for repairs to the Bell Tower and Church. Ballymena Parish, Ballymena, United Kingdom. 1, likes 75 talking about this 94 were here. Welcome to the facebook page for the Church of Ireland Parish of Kilconriola and Ballyclug. Roman Catholic Parish in Ballymena. Ballymena is a large market town in the middle of County Antrim, one of the most northern counties in Ireland. Church of All Saints Saturday Vigil 6 00pm Sunday 10 00am, 12 30pm Polish Mass 4 00pm. Church of St Patrick, Crebilly Sunday 11 00am Church of St Patrick, Crebilly Sunday 11 00am.

St Patrick's Parish Church, Ballymena - Wednesday Club. likes 11 talking about this. We meet each Wednesday morning following the service of Holy Communion in The Robing Room for Tea or. Ballymena Parish. 11 November How wonderful to hear the Bells at St Patrick's being rung at pm. They, along with bells across the UK and worldwide, rang as part of a programme of events to mark the end of the First World War years ago. St Patrick's Church is a Church of Ireland church, located on Castle Street, Ballymena, Northern Ireland. It is the main Parish Church in Ballymena's Anglican parish of Kirkinriola and Ballyclug, and is the main civic church of the town. The current church replaced an older church dating from the early 18th century (of which the tower and Churchmanship: Broad Church.   We at St. Patricks Church are part of the Anglican Church and the parish community focuses around three church buildings in Ballymena – St Patrick’s on Castle Street in the Ballymena town centre, St Columba’s on the Doury Road at the north end of the town and St Patrick’s Ballyclug, approximately 1 mile from the town along the Larne Road.