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In this article I will be discussing the Limerick Reformed Fellowship (LRF), the struggles of the young person, and some of the differences between us and the Protestant Reformed Churches (PRC). Limerick Reformed Fellowship Life out here is very different. We are a small congregation, a fellowship, not a church. Eventually, we hope to establish […]

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Many Beacon Lights readers need little introduction to the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church that meets in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, being familiar with our congregation through reading our pastor’s regular newsletters, visiting our website, and/or seeing us in person. Reformed believers have been meeting in some form in this country for over 25 years. The two […]

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School Life in Northern Ireland

School life begins at the age of four or five when one would enter a primary school. The first seven years of education are done in grades P1 to P7 (preparatory one to preparatory seven). At the age of ten or eleven, one would take his eleven plus (11+) test. This is an aptitude test […]

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Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is known as the “Emerald Isle.” Because of the beauty and lush greenness of the countryside, this seems an appropriate nickname. The members of the Covenant Reformed Fellowship have welcomed us very warmly to this beautiful country. Their friendship has made the adjustments to a for­eign country easier. Although there are quite a […]

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