Starting on Friday, 1st September I am going to publish a new post here each day thoughout the month with a different picture of a Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church. I’ll post one or two pictures of every building which is currently in use or was built for use by the NSP community over the centuries. In some cases these buildings are well known – in which case I might try and use a picture that gives a less than obvious view – in other cases they are little known and some of the pictures I will use have never been published before.
I hope to keep this going for the whole of the month of September but plan to continue after that until I have published a picture of every church, whether still in existence or not. In the end this may not actually be possible for every single one, places such as Strabane or Limavady or Bandon haven’t left much of a visual representation of their meeting-houses.
Ideally I might post a view of the exterior and one, if not of the interior, then of something that sums up the history of the place. The image at the top of this page is a display at the Harvest service at Ballee using the eighteenth-century pewter communion plate.