St Patrick

This is a Plantation church dating from 1618 and is one of the oldest churches in the Diocese of Armagh, standing witness to events in Irish history over the past 400 years, notably the Battle of Benburb in 1646.

Benburb, County Tyrone

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Main Street
County Tyrone
BT71 7LQ

Clonfeacle is an ancient parish dating back to the time of St Patrick in the 6th century. The present building was designed and built by Sir Richard Wingfield in 1618 replacing the old run down church in the townland of Clonfeacle.  There are five stained glass windows painted by CA Kempe, which are unique .

  • Captivating architecture

  • Enchanting atmosphere

  • Famous connections

  • Fascinating churchyard

  • Glorious furnishings

  • Magnificent memorials

  • Social heritage stories

  • Spectacular stained glass

  • Accessible toilets in church

  • Café within 500m

  • Car park at church

  • Level access throughout

  • Level access to the main areas

  • On street parking at church

  • Space to secure your bike

  • Walkers & cyclists welcome

  • Every Sunday, Sunday School and Morning worship.

  • Mid week morning service of Holy Communion and prayers for the sick.

  • Occasional and seasonal evening prayer services eg; harvest, christmas etc.

  • Weddings, funerals, baptisms and viewing by arrangement with the Rector.

  • Church of Ireland

  • Maintenance Grant, £1,949, 2018

  • Our Maintenance Grants funded urgent maintenance projects to help keep churches open.

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