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Online Contact Form
Minister: Rev Robin Brown
Mobile: 07740 677481
[Entrance to Office via Watson Street]
Office opening hours
- Monday – Closed
- Tuesday 9.00am – 5.00pm
- Wednesday – Closed
- Thursday 9.00am – 5.00pm
- Friday 9.00am – 1.00pm
Tel / Fax: +44 28 3839 3773
Email: [email protected]
First Presbyterian Church, Portadown
[Location Map above. Click icon for Directions link or view directions below]
Registered Charity in Northern Ireland (NIC104957)
How to find us:
From Belfast and the North
Take the M1 motorway country bound and leave at junction 11, signposted for Portadown, Armagh and the M12. At the roundabout continue straight on and keep going (under the bridge) until you come to a sweeping bend. Keep to the left lane and head towards Portadown town centre. As you approach a second set of traffic lights you will see ASDA on your left. Take the slip road at these lights and at the roundabout take the second exit. Then take the first right (opposite ASDA entrance). You can park in the area to your left or continue straight on to Watson Street. Here you will find the entrance to our church halls along with further on-street parking. (Please do not park outside residents’ homes.)
From the West
Take the M1 motorway towards Belfast, leaving at junction 11 signposted for Portadown. At the roundabout take a right for Portadown and Armagh and thereafter follow directions as from Belfast and the North.
From Dublin and the South
Take the N1/A1 northbound across the border. In Newry follow signs for Craigavon (A27). Continue on through Jerrettspass and Poyntzpass. In Tandragee follow signs for Portadown (A27). Follow this road straight on towards Portadown and take a right at the traffic lights for the town centre. Go through the town centre and follow signs for Banbridge (A50). First Portadown is over the Bann Bridge on your left (where the road narrows). Parking is available in Watson Street – the first left after the church. (Please do not park outside residents’ homes.) This is also where the main entrance to our halls complex is situated.