Rev Stewart to visit Limerick

Rev. Stewart from the CPRC, Ballymena is to visit Limerick from Saturday the 7th of November to Monday the 23rd of November. During his stay, he will (Lord willing)

- give 2 public lectures,
- perform the Lord's Day services on the 6th, 15th & 22th November,
- hold informal weekly bible studies Wednesday evenings on 1 Peter to which everyone is welcome (if you are interested in attending, please see the Contact Info at the bottom of the page).

About Rev. Stewart

Rev. Angus Stewart, minister of the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church (CPRC) in Ballymena, Co. Antrim and chairman of the British Reformed Fellowship, is to visit Limerick in November to speak for the Limerick Reformed Fellowship. Originally from County, Tyrone, Pastor Stewart is no stranger to Limerick, having preached and lectured here on many occasions.

With his wife, Mary, Rev. Stewart manages the CPRC website, possibly the largest church website on the island of Ireland, containing thousands of webpages and hundreds of free audios, as well as articles in over 110 languages. The Stewarts also produce a monthly paper, the Covenant Reformed News, available free on request.

A graduate of both Queens University Belfast and the Protestant Reformed Seminary in Michigan, Rev. Stewart has spoken at Christian Conferences and lectured in various parts of Ireland, Britain, the US, and Portugal. As a Reformed minister, Pastor Stewart holds to the biblical teaching of the Reformation as summed in the Heidelberg Catechism (from Germany), the Canons of Dordt (from the Netherlands) and the Belgic Confession (from Belgium, of course).