Special services

Lord’s Day, August 9th, 2020.

Preacher: Rev. Ivan Foster

Morning Service 11:30 a.m.

Subject: The Lord introducing His people to the fast-approaching world-wide troubles, Pt1.

Evening Service 7:00 p.m.

Subject: The Lord introducing His people to the fast-approaching world-wide troubles, Pt2.

This will be a two-part study of the significance of the events, worldwide, surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in the light of what the Bible tells us about the outworking
of God’s purpose in the last days of this age.

“And Jacob called unto his sons, and said, Gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the last days,” Genesis 49:1.

All are welcome at these services at which social distancing will be observed

Watch the services live online here

August 2020

Audio sermons

KICS assembly talks.

  • Bright and shining lights in the Bible: No new messages currently being added due to school closure. See all the talks in this series here.
  • Download a zip file of all the recent studies in the Parables here.
  • See all the KICS assembly talks listed here

Featured sermon series: The unsearchable riches of Christ. Studies in the Epistle to the Ephesians

Part 50: Diversity amidst unity, Pt6; Part 51: The total depravity of mankind;

See all messages in this series here.


John Hume is dead.

The death of John Hume, I find, is a solemnising event. Solemn because I think of what the man stated he believed and the actions he took in his life.

He is now in eternity. All he ever believed, his faith in the lies of Rome, have been tested by the ‘Judge of all the earth’ Who ever does what is right and true!

I cannot but contemplate in silence what that means. However, the deceit that is proclaimed by news outlets regarding the man must be challenged and the truth of God upheld.

That we seek to do in this little article to some degree. May the Lord be pleased to bless it to the hearts of all who read it. Read more

There are always two sides to every story!

A friend compiled the following articles in response to the fawning tributes printed in the press following the recent tragic death of three family members. I felt that I had to share them with you for they give an insight into the true nature of that, which one who loves holiness and truth must face every day in our land!

We are unwilling to meekly and silently accept the attempt to picture one of the victims of the recent traffic accident as a ’lovely, caring’ individual, given his history of terrorist involvement and must protest at this whitewashing of one who in life was an IRA terrorist, one who took part in the 1970s filthy ‘blanket protest’. He was far from what many would have us believe of him, as they eulogise him in death! Read more

God’s truth under attack

I feel compelled to respond to the article referred to below. It seems to me, I may be mistaken, but such newspaper ’scribblings’ seem to go unchallenged to a very large degree!

I would like therefore to offer something by way of a rebuttal to the ungodly tenor of this news report!

There appeared two related articles on The “BelfastLive” news website today, one of which had the headline:

PSNI launches investigation into “homophobic literature” posted to NI homes

This investigation resulted from a complaint by Independent Councillors Barry Monteith and Dan Kerr. They objected to the fact that the Mid-Ulster Christian Helpline, the publishers of the leaflet causing the protest, is listed on the Mid-Ulster Council website. The police are now investigating the matter. The literature was posted to some homes in the Magherafelt area. Another article on the same website related to the subject contained a photograph of the leaflet causing the stir. Read more

Ulster ‘Protestantism’ has fallen on hard times!

What can be said when a professing ‘evangelical Protestant’ is paid to spread popish propaganda in a Romanist newspaper???!!! Ulster ‘Protestantism’ has fallen on hard times!

Fee of £200 to write an article praising pro-life Catholics is a standard payment: Paisley
By Gillian Halliday, July 31 2020 07:30 PM

Ian Paisley has said a £200 payment that he received from a religious publication (The Catholic Herald – IF) to write a platform piece praising pro-life Catholics is a “standard fee”.

The article, which appeared online last month, revealed the DUP MP’s admiration that Catholics who take the stance are not “embarrassed” to stand up for their views on the controversial issue.

The payment was logged on the House of Commons’ Register of Members’ Financial Interests, which provides information about any financial interest a Member has, or any benefit they receive.