Ballyrashane Presbyterian Church
Ballyrashane Presbyterian Church

A Brief History of Ballyrashane

Ballyrashane was formed in 1657 and the first minister was a scotsman, Rev. Robert Hogsyard (1657 - 73). A 'sod church' was build after 1661 at Knockinkerragh and replaced in the early 18th century when a new church was built behind Brookhall. A third church was built at Ballyrashane crossroads in 1824 but this was replaced by the current building in 1846. A memorial tower was added after the First World War.


Rev. Thomas Mullin (1948 - 78) was the author of many books on local and church history. Membership stands today at about 170 families.


(source: Prebyterians in Ireland by Rev. Laurence Kirkpatrick published by Booklink)

“For where two or three are gathered in my name, there I am with them” Matt 18:20

How to find us:


 From Ballymoney: 


At the Portrush Road roundabout take the exit for Portrush, travel along the road until the village of Ballybogey. Just through the village, take the road signposted for Coleraine on the left, this is Ballyrashane Rd, the Church is approx. 1 mile along this road on the left.


From Coleraine:


From the Ballycastle Road roundabout take the exit for Ballybogey/Ballymoney. This is the Ballyrashane Road, the Church is approx. 1 mile along this road on the right.


Church Postcode for SatNav - BT52 2LL

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