"On the 20th anniversary of the Omagh bomb, the prayers and sympathies of the Methodist Church
surround the families of all who were so deeply affected by this atrocity. We pray that God's peace 
and comfort will continually support them"

Rev. Billy Davison
President of the Methodist Church in Ireland.

The President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Rev. William Davison, has issued the following Statement
as we approach the Eleventh and Twelfth of July:

"In recent days we have witnessed the acknowledgement of cultures other than our own.
It began when the Leo Varadkar TD the Irish Taoiseach visited the Headquarters of the Orange
Institution in Belfast. It continued in the visit by the DUP Leader to a GAA Football Final in Clones where

Church Leaders meet with PSNI and An Garda Síochána to discuss crime prevention


The Excitment is Building with the Selective Travel Management 

Staff from Selective Travel Management, headquartered at Murray’s Exchange in Belfast, donned hard hats and hi vis jackets recently as they took up the challenge of helping to give a new lease of life to an empty landmark building in the heart of Ballymena.

Sinn Féin Ard Fheis. 16/6/19
Dia diabh go leir. Go raibh maith aguv as an gcuireadh a bheith anseo inniu.

The following Statement was issued by the President and Lay Leader following the result of the Referendum on the 8th Amendment

Like society itself, the Methodist Church in Ireland is composed of a variety of people and opinions.

While the Church has a policy on many topics to help and inform its members, it never advocates how individual members should vote. In advance of the up-coming vote on the Eighth Amendment the Methodist Church, through its Council on Social Responsibility, reminded its members in January of its thinking on this matter.

President of the Methodist Church in Ireland

Statement On The 20th Anniversary Of The Good Friday Agreement