Who are we?

Seymour Street Methodist Church is a welcoming Church family in the centre of the City of Lisburn embracing all connected with the Church and community with whom we engage on a regular basis

Who’s Who

David Turtle

Superintendent Minister
028 9266 2303

Shirley Carrington

Pastoral Assistant
07746 666860

Ashleigh O’Sullivan

Youth Pastor
07916 206901

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Our Community

Damask Community Outreach which has evolved out of the Methodist ethos of social action has been partnering with Seymour Street Methodist Church since 2011. Its focus is on building partnerships and increasing the potential to meet the ever changing needs of the local community

A wide range of age profiles are catered for through activities such as the Toddlers Group, all age Drop In and Tea Dances and a highly used facility is the weekly Advice Centre

For information on these or and other Damask programmes visit the damask website

Organisations & Activities

At Seymour Street we have a lot of organisations that meet each week regularly. There’s something for everyone.

Latest Services

Circuit Service – Sunday 12 July 2020

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Circuit Service – Sunday 5 July 2020

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Circuit Youth Service – Sunday 28 June 2020

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Circuit Worship – Sunday 21 June 2020

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Circuit Worship – Sunday 14 June 2020

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News Sheets

News Sheet 20 September 2020

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News Sheet 13 September 2020

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News Sheet 6 September 2020

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News Sheet 30 August 2020

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Covid-19 updates

2nd Lisburn, Seymour Street Seymour Street Methodist GB Methodist BB Dear Girls, Boys and Parents, The leaders of Boys’ Brigade and Girls’ Brigade Companies all over the UK are working hard behind the scenes planning how to have their halls safe and ready for the time when companies can resume activities, having fun, learning about…

At the end of June over 400 Irish Methodists gathered for a webinar organised by the Home Mission Department on ‘Church After Lockdown’. At the end of that Webinar a couple of folks commented that it would be good if we could gather to pray online as a Methodist people. They were right! A crucial…

As we continue in these days of difficulty and uncertainty we are thankful for the promises of God, and the Psalms in particular provide comfort and hope. As King David speaks of difficult times in Psalm 27 he begins by declaring, “The Lord is my light and my salvation” (v. 1) and finishes with these amazing…

Response to coronavirus (COVID-19) The COVID 19 threat is becoming increasingly challenging on a daily basis. All church activities need to be planned and managed in the light of current Public Health Authority guidelines. Following these PHA guidelines, and the directive of the Leaders of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the following changes to our…

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