Trinity Presbyterian Church Omagh

The Presbyterian form of Christian faith is best described as 'Reformed' with its strong

emphasis on the Sovereignty of God, the Kingship of Christ and the authority of the Bible.

“Burning but flourishing”

Rev Robert Herron OBE

Rev Herron is a native of Comber, Co Down. Married to Sheena with three grown up children, he took over as minister of Trinity in 1992. Under his leadership and ministry, Trinity's Church services have been gradually reshaped and modernised. Currently, Trinity has an ever expanding congregation of 300 families.

Rev Herron has been a prominent figure in the post Omagh bomb period bringing a message of hope, reconciliation and co-operation to the local community.  He is also currently the only person from the West of Northern Ireland to be a member of the new 2015 Education Board for Northern Ireland.

On 12th June 2015 he was awarded an OBE in the Queens birthday honours for his outstanding services to education.

The Church

Trinity is one of the cluster of four churches on raised ground that provide a skyline of Church spires which is very much a feature of Omagh today. A car park is situated at the rear of the Church which allows disabled access via the rear doors.

Sunday Services 11:30am - 12:30pm

 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.