This category is for sites of cultural interest. Purely political sites should be submitted to the political subcategory.
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Battlehill Loyal Orange Lodge No. 395
History, links, membership information, parades, lambeg drums and chat room.
Bethany Free Presbyterian Church
Articles of faith, minister details, church history, service times, and location map included.
Community Network Portadown
Umbrella organisation for the community and voluntary sector in the area. Includes location map and directory of member groups.
Derryhale Community Association
Organisation supporting the sustainable development of this townland. Business and political information, pictures, statement of purpose.
Drumcree Parish Church
Portadown, Co Armagh. Includes history as well as youth and adult activities within the parish.
First Portadown Presbyterian
News, information, photos and resources, including interactive area, people of the congregation and missionary work.
History of Portadown Loyalists
An essay providing a history of the sectarian conflict in the city from the 17th century.
Local Junior Loyal Orange Lodge, including officer's details, activity information and contact details.
Portadown Baptist Church
Provides details of church events.
Portadown Black District Chapter No 5
Local branch of the Christian religious order. Contains background, history and mission statement.
Weekly broadcasts of sermons, prayers and services in RealAudio. Also includes bookstore, image gallery, chat, related links, and information on activities.
An amateur photographer's personal site showing photos that tell stories about places and people in Portadown.
St Mark's Church of Ireland
Includes weekly diary and worship times, as well as information on church activities and organisations.
St Paul's Diamond Grange Parish Church
Portadown Co Armagh. Includes diary of events, church history and message from the church Rector.
Very Rev Dr J. Stafford Carson
Personal blog of the minister of First Presbyterian Church, Portadown and Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland for 2009-10.
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