Churches across Northern Ireland rang their bells to mark the centenary of the Armistice on Remembrance Day, November 11.
Among them was St Mark’s Church, Ballymacash Parish, which rang its bells at 12.30pm. The parish also had some of the poignant There But Not There figures in the church, and hosted a Great War exhibition in the halls.
St Mark’s, Ballysillan, also took part in the nationwide bell ringing at 12.30pm on November 11 to commemorate the end of WW1.
One hundred years ago the bells of St Patrick’s, Ballymena, rang out celebrating the end of the war. A century later, eight bells rang for Armistice 100.
In Coleraine, the bellringers from St Patrick’s Parish Church, Coleraine, were joined by ringers from St Patrick’s, Ballymena, to ring for the Lighting of the Beacon ceremony at the Diamond on Armistice Day.