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Trinity Presbyterian Church was built in 1861. Designed by the English architect Tarring, its Gothic exterior with crooked spire can be seen from different places across the city centre. The interior is a contrast as its plainer style reflects the bible centred ethos of the reformed church tradfition. The organ was built in 1904 by the Cork firm of Magahy and the acoustics make it a fine venue for singing. The church is open for Sunday service at 11:45 am and visitors may see around it (free entry) on most weekdays from 11 am to 3 pm. Visit us on Facebook or People find the church and grounds a restful place and a church member is available for a chat if desired. Our services and bible studies are open to all - details from

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