Up until June 2018 the congregation had a minister supported by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI). Following the decision in July 2017 regarding the dissolution of the partnership, the congregation where made aware that this continued support from PCI would not be sustainable and that they had to address the issues for their longer term future.
Since June 2018, the congregation has continued to meet and has drown on visiting speakers from the UK and Spain, as well as embracing the opportunity to facilitate services themselves. This has proven to be an opportunity for the growth and development of the members as they have taken on the different roles and ensured that the absence of an official minister has not been an obstacle to growth and development. A programme of services has been developed and this should run well into 2020 and the congregation look to the future as their journey of faith continues.
The congregation would like to openly express their thanks to PCI and to those who have sought to help and assist during this period of transition as well as the many people who have volunteered to take services and stand alongside those who meet week by week.