Updates & News
DERRYCREW MISSION HALL, LOUGHGALL Sunday 19 November at 7.30pm. Speaker: Mr Wallace Thompson INDEPENDENT ORANGE HQ, EDWARD STREET, BALLYMONEY Martin Luther exhibition and lectures – Monday 20 November at 8pm. Speaker: Mr Robert Campbell Wednesday [...]
EPS Secretary, Wallace Thompson, took part in an hour long debate on Martin Luther on BBC Radio Ulster's "Talkback" programme from 12noon on Tuesday 31 October 2017. The discussion was chaired by William Crawley and [...]
Articles of Interest
William, Prince of Orange was born on 4 November 1650 at the Binnenhof, The Hague, in the Netherlands. On 21 January 1651 he was baptised at the Grote Kerk. When he was nine he was sent to Leiden to further his education.
Society’s attitude toward death changes, it seems, with every generation. Our Victorian forebears were obsessed by it, but today death is almost an embarrassment in a secular world which regards itself as sophisticated and advanced, and people often seek to deal with it by making light of it in one way or another.