On the 29th April 2012, Ian Paisley attended a Jubilee thanksgiving service in Ballymena, in 'St. Patrick's Church' - an episcopalian place of worship. The congregation was vastly made up of Papists with ecumenical Protestants (so-called).
Not only was the giving of thanks a sham, as the Queen has not kept her oath to defend the Protestant Reformed faith of the United Kingdom, but Paisley was breaking his ordination oath to fight 'against modernistic apostasy'.
Paisley was led in prayer by a Papist, even praying for the dead! Whatever you might think of Paisley, I would ask you to join me in praying for his repentance. What a sore judgment his apostasy would be upon those who have sought to follow him rather than Christ. May we never hold men in too high a regard. And may we learn from his solemn mistake.
Ephesians 5:11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.