Minister: Rev Andrew Watson
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 Youth 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.
Carrigart Presbyterian Church is now on Facebook! Please like and share.
Carrigart Vintage Rally, 13th and 14th July
Sunday 14th July - Check out the link below for information on the persecution of Christians in India. We will be remembering India in our prayers today.
On Sunday 28th July we plan to acknowledge, with a plaque, the generous donation from the estate of Mr & Mrs S Lyttle.
Kid's Club, Saturday 10th August from 2.30 - 4.30 pm in the Bewglas Centre. All children welcome.
Church Family BBQ after the service on Sunday 11th August. Details to follow.
Celebrating the Lord's resurrection with visitors and friends.
Easter Day Service at 12 noon. Everyone welcome.
Joint Good Friday Communion Service in Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church at 7.30 pm.
Bible Studies commence Friday 22nd February at 8.00 pm in Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church. There will be 7 studies running up until Easter on most Friday evenings.. Dates and venues below:
22nd February - Dunfanaghy
Thursday 28th February - Carrigart (due to Women's World Day of Prayer on 1st March)
8th March - Dunfanaghy
22nd March - Carrigart
29th March - Dunfanaghy
5th April - Carrigart
12th April, The Manse, Dunfanaghy.
Everyone very welcome, call in any night you can. Course booklets are available, price 2 Euro. We are using a PCI course called "Proximity - Seasons of Life".
The church was beautifully decorated for our Harvest Thanksgiving Services on Sunday 14th October. Thank you to everyone who contributed and helped with decorating and supper. It was lovely to welcome friends and family.
At our evening service, Hazel Fisher sang a solo "As the deer pants for the water". The sermon can be found in 'Now There's a Thought ...'.
In Children's Church with Fiona, the children made "Mr Potato Head". Although they were a little concerned when told that might be all they were getting for dinner!!
Our new sign!
“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.”
Available from Veritas bookshops and website or request it from your local bookshop.
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
Wordsurfers.com - a place of Thoughts, Readings, Prayers by
Rev A Watson
'Finding Our Way Home' is a book written by our 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.