The United Diocese of Down And Dromore

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Killaney & Carryduff

St. Andrew, Killaney, Boardmills, Lisburn
St. Ignatius, Saintfield Road, Carryduff

Contact Details

700 Saintfield Road

Office Opening Times:
Killaney & Carryduff

T: 028 9081 3489


St. Ignatius Church and Hall is a modern white structure situated at the junction of the Comber Road and Saintfield Road in Carryduff.

Saint Andrew’s Church, Killaney is on the main Carryduff/Ballynahinch Road approx 1 mile past the Temple crossroads on the Ballynahinch side.


  • The Rev. Stephen Lowry (Rector)
    (028) 9081 2342
  • Mrs Jenny Eralp (Parish Administrator)
    (028) 9081 3489

About Us

The Present

St Ignatius is a friendly, welcoming and caring church family where all ages actively participate in Anglican worship.

Morning services begin with a child focussed section before Sunday School starts.

There are thriving parish organisations which cater for all needs. We place a strong emphasis upon pastoral ministry and care and reach out to serve the whole community. We seek to ensure that every person is fulfilled in the offering of their gifts and talents and that the right person is in the right place at the right time doing the right job.

Church Family Worship usually takes place on the 4th Sunday of the month.

We would be delighted to welcome you to St. Ignatius, as we seek to become a growing church with strong team leadership.

The parish of Killaney is a growing one in what is still a rural area in mid–Down. It has a thriving Sunday School involving both young parents and children. This coupled with a strong group of older parishioners makes for a nicely balanced congregation, all of whom take interest in Church and more importantly in each other. Newcomers are welcomed to services and chatted to with the result a number of people have joined the Church due to their first impressions. The fourth Sunday of each month an All–Age Family Service is held with tea afterwards in the Church Hall when all can come and enjoy the fun. The church hosts an Art Group once a week for a wide range of members.

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