The second Presbyterian congregation in Broughshane was formed as a direct result of the powerful work of grace that swept through many parts of Ulster in 1859. The ‘Year of Grace’ was a season of harvest as many hundreds of people were brought to a deep sense of their sin before God and cried out to the Lord Jesus for pardon.

First Broughshane Church building would not hold the expansive number now eager to worship God each Lord’s Day.   A decision was taken to form a new congregation and Second Broughshane was established and the new building opened to the glory of God in 1863.

The present minister is Rev Alistair Beattie, who has been serving the congregation since January 1996.  This is a vibrant congregation in a village and rural setting. A warm welcome is given to anyone who might want to come, see and discover more about God’s wonderful grace.

Our desire is to ‘Proclaim Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit’. We trust that as God’s word is proclaimed at Sunday services and weekly organisations many dear people will come to a wonderful knowledge of Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord.