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Irish Baptist Networks Trust Ltd

A Charitable Company

 Welcome to Irish Baptist Networks website.

 Irish Baptist Networks (IBN) was formed in 2009 by a group of people from Baptist churches in Ireland to promote and encourage fellowship with the Baptist family around the world and in particular to promote engagement with the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) and its European division EBF (European Baptist Federation).  Since May 2011 IBN is a member of the Fellowship of Baptists in Britain and Ireland (FBBI).


The website contains information on IBN events and activities.  Using the tabs above or on the left of this section will allow you to navigate the site.  The contact page will give you the means of getting in touch with us.


The main source for information on Baptists in Ireland is to be found on the website of the Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland (ABCI) which is a separate organisation from IBN.  This link will take you to the ABCI website.  For the Irish Baptist College website and the Baptist Missions website (both are departments of ABCI) click on the following links: Irish Baptist College; Baptist Missions.


Information on Baptists in England and Wales can be found on the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the Baptist Union of Wales websites while information on Baptists in Scotland is to be found at the website of the Baptist Union of Scotland.


Information from the BMS World Mission can be found below.


Latest News


Irish Baptist Networks

received into BWA membership

Click here to see article




The Directors of

I B Networks Trust

invite you to the

5th Irish Baptist Networks Annual Meeting

20th November 2014

Click here for more information 




the delicate art of discerning”

21st November 2014

Click here for more information


Report from

the fellowship morning


James Greenwood

Click here to see full details


Recordings of the morning with Roy McMullan are now available.

Given the size of the files the recording is in two parts.


Click here to go to the recordings




Recordings from the Prophetic Voices on the Margins Conference now available on the site.


Click for Stuart Murray Williams on:

The Contemporary Context

The Anabaptist Story


Click for Roy Searle on:

Following the Celtic Trail

The New Monasticism





Minister of Justice David Ford commends IBN's Human Trafficking conference. Click to read UTV report.