Rev Dr Brian Brown
Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Psalm 100 v 4
Carrigart is a small village on the Rosguill Peninsula of County Donegal. The village is a popular holiday destination due to its proximity to the many beaches of nearby Downings and Rosapenna. Our Church is on Church Road, heading out of Carrigart towards Milford.
A warm welcome for visitors to Sunday services is always guaranteed!
The Bewglas Centre shares the church grounds. It is a Christian Conference/Residential Centre offering self-catering accommodation for up to 35 people and may be booked on a weekly or weekend basis, or even for a day conference. Click the heading above for further details.
Carrigart Presbyterian Church is now on Facebook! Please like and share.
10th June - A quick hello from Mark, our summer assistant, who will lead his first service this Sunday, 13th June 2021.
See the 'Archive' page or youtube for previous messages.
Sunday 29th November 2020
November 2020 - The Lord's Prayer and Psalm 23
With thanks to Father Doohan, Rev Skuce and Father Duffy.
(visual editor - Leanne McCaughtry)
25th November 2020
2nd November 2020
Covid restrictions this year have forced us all to do things differently. While online platforms have allowed us to share the Good News of God's Word more widely than ever before, there are obviously some things we wish we could share face to face.
As many of you know, the congregation of Cairncastle approached me about a year ago and had invited me to preach for their vacancy in March 2020. That service was postponed, but took place on 25th October with the result that today I received a unanimous call to be their minister. I sense God's leading in this and feel I should accept this call. We expect to move to Cairncastle, Co Antrim, in the near future.
We consider it an honour to have lived and served in this beautiful part of the world for almost 6 years now. The people of Dunfanaghy and Carrigart will always be dear to our hearts and we hope we'll stay in touch as friends for years to come. Andrew & Hazel
Sunday 1st November 2020 'Holy Spirit, the Comforter'
28th October 2020
Sunday 25th October 2020
The final sermon from our series in Revelation has been added to the 'sermon' blog.
Beautiful song touching on recent themes in Revelation.
Wednesday 14th October 2020
Sunday 20th October 2020
This month we're usually decorating our buildings with fruit and vegetables and flowers and celebrating Harvest with friends and neighbours. While we can't gather in our meeting house again just yet, we will continue to trust and thank God for all that He provides, not least our 'daily bread'. We'll be posting prayers and a message from Revelation 19 here and on our Facebook page tomorrow morning around 11 am.
An evening perspective on gratitude from Nigeria. God says, 'He who sacrifices thank offerings honours me, and he prepares the way so I may show him the salvation of God.' (Psalm 50 v 23)
24.9.20 - Update on Services
Sadly the Government's moving of Donegal to Level 3 due to the increase in Covid infections means we cannot hold services in our meeting house for a few weeks. We will continue to post Scripture and Prayer online. Let's all continue to be patient and careful and remember in thought and prayer those most vulnerable, lonely and naturally anxious. The Lord is our Shepherd!
Andrew and Hazel
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Celebrating the Lord's resurrection with visitors and friends.
“Finding Our Way Home is a collection of prayers and reflections by Presbyterian minister Andrew Watson that invites the reader to contemplate and celebrate the gift of ‘home’ – both earthly and divine. As well as addressing key events in the Christian calendar, such as Easter and Pentecost, the book considers universal subjects including marriage, parenthood, ageing and bereavement.
Finding Our Way Home offers consolation during times of difficulty in our lives, but it also invites readers to express joy, gratitude and wonder for the many gifts bestowed upon us by a benevolent creator: be it family, friends or the untold beauty of the natural world.”
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All royalties from the sale of this book will support the work of two charities: Mission Aviation Fellowship and A21.
"Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world". John 1 v 29
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'Finding Our Way Home' is a book written by our former minister. The collection of prayers and reflections invites the reader to contemplate and celebrate the gift of home both earthly and divine. Available in local bookshops, through Veritas or on Amazon.