Belfast & Northern Ireland

Sinclair Seaman's Church

  Corporation Square      (+44) (0)28 9071 5997     more than a year ago
Next door to the Belfast Harbour Commissioner's Office is this unique maritime-inspired church. Built in 1853 as a tribute to the city's seafaring traditions, its interior features a pulpit shaped like a ship's bow, the bell from 19th Century-built battleship HMS Hood and lifeboat-shaped collection boxes.


City centre location


Sun service 11:00 and 18:30.


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Thanks for the info. Listing duly changed - ed.
John Landstreet

The bell is not from the WW2 (actually 1918) battle cruiser HMS Hood, but from her predecessor the HMS Hood, a Sovreign class battleship built in 1891 and sunk in Portsmouth harbour in 1914 as a blockship.
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