Although an ancient parish, the people of St Cedma’s offer a warm welcome to visitors and new members through a range of Sunday services, from lively and enthusiastic to quiet and reflective. The weekly life of the parish offers opportunities for personal support, development of personal faith and for generous service to the wider community. St Cedma’s seeks to serve the needs of the community in Larne facing the challenges of the twenty-first century.
St John’s Church, Glynn
Completely refurbished in 2001, the church is a warm and welcoming place that provides a spiritual heart to the village community of “the Glynn”. A community church for all ages, there is a lively Sunday School (called “Noah’s Ark”), Mother’s Union and a small and enthusiastic choir. Within the well-kept graveyard are the ruins of the medieval church.
St Columba’s Church, Gleno Village
The Church is situated on the top tier of the split-level village of Gleno about four miles from Larne. On Easter Sunday 2006, following a major restoration, the church was dedicated as St Columba’s, by the Bishop of Connor. Services are held every Sunday, and the small but enthusiastic congregation will give a warm welcome to all visitors.