Milford & District Resource work to promote the development of social cohesion where everyone has the opportunity to participate in the life of the community and have their voices heard. In addition to helping with capacity building for participation the team assist the community and residents groups to identify their needs and develop appropriate plans. A culture of volunteering is promoted where people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to get involved in their community.
A multi-disciplinary group of artists, focusing our collective energies on cultivating awareness and promoting discussion about human rights abuses.
Community Through Unity
The Kilmacrennan Regeneration group is as a non-profit making organisation established in 2014 to coordinate and develop the economic, social and cultural development of Kilmacrennan.
The Milford Community Youth Project began life as an outreach part of the Ramelton Youth project before gaining independence in 2005 and since then have engaged thousands of local people in the area.
If you are a visitor to Milford Presbyterian Church today you are very welcome. We hope you enjoy being with us and that you feel at home. If you are reading this leaflet in the community we also want to invite you to join with us. You will be made very welcome.
The aim and purpose of our Church is in all outreach and activities to be a witness to God’s love and mercy and present our need of Jesus as our Saviour and Lord to our families, Church family, and the community of Rathmullan, to show care, concern and interest in the community, to welcome all to our Church to join in our worship and praise.
With every good wish
Rev. Janice Browne