Abbey Presbyterian Church, Dublin

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Coordinates: 53°20′38″N 6°16′31″W / 53.34389°N 6.27528°W / 53.34389; -6.27528

Abbey Presbyterian Church
Abbey Church (Presbyterian Church in Ireland) Dublin 2006.jpg
Abbey Presbyterian Church
LocationParnell Square, Dublin
CountryIreland
DenominationPresbyterian
Websitewww.abbeychurch.ie
History
Founded1864
Founder(s)Alexander Findlater

Abbey Presbyterian Church is a church located at Parnell Square, Dublin. Designed by architect Andrew Heiton of Perth, Scotland, it is a decorated Gothic building, with a spire 180 feet (54.9 m) high. The church was erected in 1864 with funding from Alexander Findlater, a Dublin merchant, and is known colloquially as "Findlater's church".[1]

One of the first preachers was John Hall (1829–1898).[2]

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  1. ^ John Cooke: Cathedrals and Churches of Dublin, 1908
  2. ^ Larson: The Company of the Preachers, Vol 2. Kregel Publications, 1998

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