|Ballinderry Rd, Ballinderry, Lisburn|
County Antrim Northern Ireland
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This church lies on the road between Upper and Lower Ballinderry. It is almost mid way between them which is how it got it's name. The Middle Church, Ballinderry was built in 1668 at the direction of the Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore, Jeremy Taylor, who also financed its construction. It was built to replace the medieval church of the parish of Ballinderry, the ruins of which still exist two miles away at Portmore, close to Lough Beg.