All Saints' Parish Church, Eglantine is a small parish church, designed by Thomas Drew in the mid 1870s. Initially as a memorial chapel for the Mulholland family, owners of York St Mill Belfast. It subsequently became a Church of Ireland Parish Church just before WW1. Surrounded by green fields and small copses, the church is approached through a group of closely cut yew trees – twelve in all and known thus as the twelve apostles. Behind the church is a well-kept graveyard, which came into use in the 1920s. Here can be seen the graves of twenty-one Commonwealth Air Force Men killed during the Second World War.
Come learn about the history and heritage of this beautiful church through a guided tour.