First Presbyterian Church (Non-Subscribing), Newry
Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland

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Our church is located on John Mitchel Place at its corner with William Street near the centre of Newry. It is possible to park on either side of John Mitchel Place in front of the church. Parking here is free on Sundays, although payment is required between 8:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.

The interactive map below (courtesy of Google Maps) can be used to help you find your way to us. If travelling to Newry along the A1 road from the north or south you can also follow these directions:

Approaching from the Belfast/Banbridge direction:

Take the M1 motorway and then the A1 dual carriageway south towards Newry/Dublin. At the Sheepbridge junction, ignore the signs for Dublin but instead follow the signs for Newry (and Warrenpoint). As you come into the city you will see direction signs for Dublin again. Follow these signs and this will lead to a dual carriageway (Abbey Way). Half way along this road the spire of our church will come into view on the right hand side. After this carriageway swings right it meets a set of traffic lights. Turn right at these lights onto John Mitchel Place where the church is situated at the corner.

Approaching from the Dublin/Dundalk direction:

Take the M1 motorway and then the N1/A1 dual carriageway north towards Newry/Belfast. At the Newry South junction, ignore the signs for Belfast but instead follow the signs for Newry (and Warrenpoint). Travel down the hill and follow the road as it swings right. Continue straight ahead, passing the Buttercrane Shopping Centre on your left and the Quays Shopping Centre on your right. After crossing the bridges over the canal and the river, turn left at the next set of traffic lights onto John Mitchel Place where the church is situated at the corner.




The first commandment is this: "Hear, O Israel: the Lord our God is one Lord, and you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength." The second is this: "You must love your neighbour as yourself." No other commandment is greater than these.

Mark 12:29-31


Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

2 Corinthians 3:17b