First Presbyterian Church, Coleraine is a congregation of around 400 families which meets for worship and other Church activities at Abbey Street in the centre of Coleraine.


Sunday 5th April  2020 – Join us at 11 am for morning worship through Facebook (search for: First Coleraine Presbyterian Church).  DVD’s will be available. Just telephone Rosemary in the Church Office and these can be delivered or posted to you.

Also please join us from 3 – 4 pm on Sunday afternoon as we pray together.  You can pray individually in your own home or if you would like to join together with our members via Zoom then simply email Rosemary in the church office (

“The challenges faced by our world are without parallel in living memory, and the effect upon our society is stark. No one is untouched by the impact of this virus.

So, what is our first response? Yes, we will follow all government advice but let’s, with primary urgency, call upon the one who has the power to change and stop anything, ‘Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always’ (1 Chronicles 16:11).


We seek to be a fellowship of people who live out the values of Jesus Christ in a practical way. Together we work at honouring the Lord in our worship, our care for each other, and our service in the community. We want to reach out to others as we share the blessings of the Gospel.

We invite you, your family and friends to make use of the activities we provide. You will be very welcome to any of the events listed. Please have a good look through this web site – it will provide you with a picture of what we do, where you might fit, and how we might be able to serve you. If you would like further information about any of our activities please do not hesitate to contact Rosemary in our office.

Weekly Bulletin

Download Bulletin – Sunday 29th March 2020 (PDF)


Ladies Bible Study

A group of about 30 ladies meet each Tuesday morning at 10.15 am in The House and study Gods word.  

Men’s Bible Study

Every Wednesday the men meet in The House at 10.30 am.  The study is led by a selection of visiting speakers who usually take three or four weeks of teaching on a chosen subject.  The morning is completed with tea/coffee … Continue reading