Killult Christian Fellowship


Killult Christian Fellowship exists in NW Donegal for three main purposes: to love God, to love people, and to make disciples. When you meet us you will find a community of believers who are consumed and passionate about worshiping God, the victorious work of Christ, and the power of the Holy Spirit to introduce a hurting world to the reality of a loving God.

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About Falcarragh

Falcarragh is a small town located on the North-West coast of Donegal in Ireland. It is the main town in the parish of Cloch Cheann Fhaola (Cloughaneely) in a Gaeltacht region where Irish is the main language spoken daily.

The town's name, An Fál Carrach, means 'The Rugged Fence' but historically it is also known as Na Crois Bhealaí, meaning 'The Crossroads'. An Fál Carrach is situated on a narrow inlet of Ballyness Bay overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and has a population of around 800 people.

The town is surrounded by some of Donegal's most spectacular scenery. The Derryveagh Mountain range can be seen from Falcarragh, with the peaks of Errigal rising up on the south and Muckish Mountain to the south east. Tory and Inisboffin Islands can also be seen from the town. Tory Island (Oileáin Thoraigh), the largest of the islands, is 9 miles from the mainland and has a resident population of around 100 people. Tory can be visited by ferries which run daily in the summer from the nearby Magheraroarty Pier.