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Jonny Redmond has been part of the Carrickfergus Elim ministry team since 1999.  He was ordained as an Elim minister in 2005 and became the senior pastor in Carrickfergus in 2015.  He is committed to sharing the love of God in the community of Carrickfergus through personal evangelism and as part of the local church.  Jonny is married to Alison and they have 2 children Abby and Joshua.  He is a sports fan!

Jonny Redmond
Senior Pastor

At Carrick Elim we believe the local church should be at the heart of the community, meeting needs, showing love and sharing Jesus.  We try to connect with people from every part of the diverse community in Carrickfergus and share the great truth and power of the Gospel.  


We Meet Needs through our social outreach program called Storehouse, which provides food and furniture for many in the community who are struggling finically.  


We also provide Prayer and Healing Rooms for many in the community who are struggling emotionally, physically and spiritually.


We Show Love with warm welcomes and open arms in our Mum's and Tots, Boy's Brigade, Sunday School, Emerge Youth, Joykeepers pensioners group, Men's and Women's fellowship groups.  


We Share Jesus through our personal evangelism in our schools, work places, home and social lives.  

We share Jesus every sunday in our praise and worship services. We share Jesus through the Bible and in Prayer.

Carrick Elim Pentecostal Church 

028 93 363150

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The church always seeks to provide programs for all ages and needs.  
Unfortunately we aren't able to list them all here but please make contact via the information provided to find out more
1 Northlands,
BT38 8

James Armstrong has attended Carrickfergus Elim Church since 1977. After some time, he joined the church leadership team, initially as a deacon, then elder and in 2006 was ordained as a Pastor. He is married to Helen, has two grown up daughters and three grandchildren. In 2006, James was appointed to Northern Ireland Hospice as a part time chaplain. He also attends the Macmillan Unit in Antrim and offers chaplaincy to patients and staff. James other interests include childminding, motorcycling, Newcastle United Football team and developing his knowledge of good coffee establishments.

Jim Armstrong


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