Welcome to Clogher Valley Free Presbyterian Church

Situated on the A4 between the villages of Clogher and Fivemiletown, our congregation has been worshipping God since it’s formation in 1970. Originally assembling in a wooden building the first permanent meeting house was erected in 1977. In 2021 the congregation moved into our new meeting house with the former building transformed into a church hall. Please browse this website for all the information about our mission & ministry and take time to connect with us should you have any questions or queries.

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Foyer of the meeting house with the historic Presbyterian logo, ‘The Burning Bush’, as a modern design feature

On the first Reformation Sunday in the new meeting house Rev McIntyre explains the meaning of the Burning Bush


Sabbath School – 11:15am

Morning Worship – 11:30am

Sunday Radio Broadcast – Noon (981 MW)

Gospel Service – 7pm

Claremore Bible Club (Seasonal) – 6:30pm (Wednesdays)

Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer – 8:00pm

Thursday Bible Club (Seasonal) – 6:30pm

Friday Youth Fellowship (seasonal) – 8:00pm


Clogher Valley FPC on Sermon Audio
Clogher Valley FPC on Sermon Audio


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  • 45: Constantine the Enigma
    But what motivated Constantine? Was he a true convert or did he see he use Christianity for his own selfish ends? Therein lies the enigma…While we must leave his faith in God’s hands, I wholly concur with the assessment of historian Philip Schaff that Christianity was now controlling the current of history and Constantine was wise enough to recognise this; there cannot be a future without Christ.
  • The Sons of Josiah & The First Captivity; 2nd Chronicles 36:1-8
    2nd Chronicles 36 records the final years of the Kingdom of Judah. Throughout the previous century the great reforming Kings, Hezekiah and Josiah, had stayed the hand of God’s wrath and thereby prevented their nation being swallowed up by the larger empires in the east. But these days of revival and reform were at an end. The removal of Josiah heralded the a dark and foreboding future. This study will focus upon the sons of Josiah, Jehoahaz and Jehoaikim, who succeeded their very great father on the throne of David.
  • ABORTION; abolish this wicked and immoral practice!
    The Christian argument that all life is sacred will never go away nor will it be defeated. Christian ethics, a mother’s instinct and even science teaches us quite clearly that the child formed within the womb is a person, a precious human life.
  • 44: Attempting to Exterminate Christianity
    Both the Emperor and his son-in-law and co-regent​, Gellerius, believed in the success and the propriety of their efforts. Pillars were raised and medals struck celebrating the end of Christians. They were delusional and deceived blinded by their pride and arrogance.
  • 43: The Man who Acted as God
    He called himself the Lord and Master of the world, he surrounded himself with circles of soldiers, none could approach him without a bended knee with the forehead touching the ground and he wore the richest clothing imported from the Far East.