Dropping By - Visitors

If you are a neigbour or a visitor in the area you will be very welcome.
Our main gathering is on Sundays at 10am.

Most people like to know what to expect....so we put together a few pointers:

If you need a lift, want directions or other details please text or ring
(from Northern Ireland or UK) 078 1367 3874 and from anywhere else
0044 78 1367 3874 or office@fahanchurch.org 

There is normally somebody at the door to welcome you and hand you a news sheet
containing an "Order of Service".

The Congregation is a member of the "Presbyterian Church in Ireland".

You can sit just where you feel most comfortable. The church has a capacity
of 100 approximately in pews with red cushions. A typical Sunday morning attendance
is forty to fifty ranging in age from baby in arms to senior citizens.

Praise items, Children's Story and Bible Talk are normally displayed on screens.
Bottled water existst in a number of the pews. Umbrellas are in the Porch and our
young people would love to escort you in inclement weather between car and
Church or Church and Hall.

A deaf loop system is available in the Church, just switch to "T". There is a space
available for a wheelchair in the Church. There is a Disabled Toilet with ramped
access in the Hall. The Service is amplified and recorded.

A collection is taken up during the service, however there is no obligation to give.
We are happy with any currency and bank regularly in both euro and Sterling.
Communion is held approximately four times per year.

Children should feel at home too. During the service there is a "Children's Story"
where the children are invited up to the front seat for the story
(then return back to their parents).
There is a crèche during the service (for the younger children) in the
adjacent Church Hall with two leaders with Child Protection Training.

There is no particular dress code. The minister would normally wear a collar.
Ladies don't normally wear hats. Heating is usually comfortable.
Bible reading is from "New International Bible" of which copies are in the
pews along with Hymn Books for your convenience.

The service lasts a little less than one hour. This is followed by tea/coffee in
the Church Hall (unless we forget the milk, well shure we can chat anayway).

A CD of the service is run off during the tea if you would like a copy.
They are free of charge.

Why not pick up free magazines or music CDs or borrow a  few books from the
"Browse and Borrow Library" during your visit.

Tooban 

Fahan 

Co Donegal 

Republic of Ireland