A reformed Christian church in Carlow town
Carlow Presbyterian Church
“. . . if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation;
the old has gone, the new has come!”
Our weekly service begins at 11.30 AM on Sunday morning. Due to the ongoing presence of the COVID-19 virus, please wear a mask if you wish, use the hand sanitiser, and observe any current social distancing rules when attending our services.
Midweek Bible Study & Prayer:
This meeting takes place on Wednesdays at 8 PM and everyone is welcome to attend.
This Week's Sermon
To hear or download sermons from the past few months use the link below to access the main menu and then click on Sermons to select from the drop-down list.
You may be unfamiliar with the term 'Presbyterian' so click on the button below to read a brief explanation about what this term means and what we believe.
Thank you for visiting the Carlow Presbyterian Church website. We are a congregation of ordinary people who have experienced God's grace in our lives and who enjoy meeting together for worship and fellowship.
The COVID-19 restrictions have limited our usual church activities, however we hope that before long these will be relaxed. When that occurs, if you happen to be in the area, then why not call in - we'd love to meet you.
For further enquiries please use the email facility on our Contact Us page.
Our Vision for Society
Our televisions and newspapers constantly report on the violence, greed and corruption that has infected our society. Therefore as people who trust in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord we want be a positive influence upon communities in which we work and live. Find out more about this by clicking on the 'Read More' button below.
Some Important Changes:
To keep everyone as safe as possible we've introduced the following safeguards for those attending our church services.
Masks or visors must be worn.
Temperatures are checked using an infrared thermal scanner (see image on left).
For 'track & trace' use, the names & contact numbers of those who attend each service are recorded (see image on right).