Who we are

“What does the Lord require of you? To act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 8:6

God’s People for God’s World

We are part of the Church of Ireland, the Anglican Church, serving the areas of Ballycastle and Ballyvoy. We believe that the Christian faith is for all people, regardless of age, background, or ability. We believe that the church is first and foremost a community with a common aim to worship the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to serve God and one another.


Our aims are

To be open to God

Growing up in our faith through worshipping together.

To be open to one another

Walking together as a church community, learning to support and encourage each other in our Christian journey.

To be open to the world

Going out in service to our local community and beyond, sharing the love of God through our lives.

Holy Trinity Services

See services page for details of service locations and times.

The Diamond
Culfeightrin Parish Services

9.30am Holy Communion        1st Sunday

9.30am Morning Prayer           3rd & 5th Sunday

Cushendall Road
St James' Services

See Services page for up to date service locations and times.

12 Novally Road
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450 AD

St Patrick Founds Parish

It is thought that St Patrick founded the parish in 450 AD. Although there were several churches that were built and rebuilt since then, the current church building on Church Road, Ballycastle, St James', was built in 1849. It was built in early English style with Gothic windows.


Culfeightrin Parish Church

Culfeightrin Parish is grouped with the Parish of Ramoan. The current parish church is found just before the village of Ballyvoy as one travels from Ballycastle to Cushendall. It dates from 1831. Close by can be found the Corrymeela Centre.

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April Cherry Blossom and sun


Holy Trinity Church given to the Church of Ireland by the Boyd Family

The church is situated in the Diamond, Ballycastle. Like the rest of the Diamond area the church is a Grade A listed building. The Church was completed in 1756 being built by Colonel Hugh Boyd. It was built in Graeco-Italian style. It was effectively a chapel of ease for the Boyd family and estate for many years.

It was given to the Church of Ireland in the 1950s.


Ramoan Parish Centre is Built

In 2015 the parish completed the building of a new Parish Centre situated beside Holy Trinity Church in the Diamond, Ballycastle. The modern centre provides a large hall, three smaller meeting rooms and a parish office.

parish centre


Holy Trinity Renovations Completed

As part of the Parishes Building Program, a major refurbishment of the church took place in 2015/2016. The church is open to the public daily from 9am - dusk.