Mission in Ireland

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland is committed to bringing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to people of all ages across Ireland. The Church does this in many ways, through new church development and church planting, training, deploying and supporting its Home and Urban Mission ministers, deaconesses, Irish mission workers and community outreach workers. This also includes PCI chaplains to the forces, hospitals, hospices, prisons, universities and colleges, helping to bring a ministry of presence to those in need.

The Council for Mission in Ireland is tasked with the development, coordination and delivery of its strategic approach to mission in Ireland. Here you will find news, resources and information about mission in Ireland personnel.

Chaplaincy

An overview of chaplaincy and a list of our chaplains

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Nightlight

Nightlight

The Nightlight ministry works around the constantly expanding entertainment areas of Belfast.

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International Meeting Point

International Meeting Point

Reaching out to migrants and asylum seekers in the city.

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South Belfast Friendship House

South Belfast Friendship House

Providing a Christian witness in the Sandy Row community in which fellowship and support are available.

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