This Church in Carrickfergus is built at the same time as the Norman Castle in the town. It is a lovely respite on a rainy day with stained glass windows and a crooked isle.
Beautiful old church in the heart of Carrickfergus. Wonderful stained glass windows and if your lucky somebody will be there to tell you it's history.
Was visiting this church on European Heritage days. I found that it was a lovely church with not only an impressive Sir Arthur Chichester Memorial but also some very beautiful stained glass windows as well as early columns and arches. There were a couple of guides there giving us very valuable and interesting information about the church.
As a regular church goer between two parishes back home, I was looking for a place of worship in the area. The owner of the local inn suggested his place. I therefore attended the Holy Communion service on the first Sunday in August - the rest of the month is, I believe, more family oriented. I was greeted by two... 更多
This Anglican Church dates back to earliest times and contains a fascinating history with links to Castle. Also some note worthy graves including Sir Arthur Chichester. The atmosphere is fantastic and for people of faith a lovely place to visit and reflect. Strongly recommend.
The Retired Members of the Northern Ireland Telecoms Branch of the Communication Workers' Union voted to include a tour of St. Nicholas Church on their annual outing and they certainly weren't disappointed.The architecture, with its crypts etc. and its history was very interesting in itself, along with the specially created aisle, but some historical figures associated with the church, particularly... 更多
A fascinating interior with many features reflecting worship through the centuries. Be sure to go upstairs to the Gallery.
A gorgeous church seeping in history with a beautiful atmosphere. The ambiance in this church is just amazing as one absorbs its beautiful energy. An absolute gem.