Session Room

The Church Session Room contains a portrait of every minister who has served the congregation.

The beginnings of Presbyterianism in Belfast date back to the early 1640s but it was not until the second half of the 17th century that Presbyterians in Ulster began to build their own places of worship.

One of the oldest places of worship in Belfast, this is the last of the three Presbyterian churches that once stood in Rosemary Street. It is believed that Belfast’s Presbyterians used to meet for worship on this site some time before the end of the 17th Century.

This building survived four bombings during The Troubles and still has an active congregation, belonging to the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland.