Kilkishen Church was built way back in 1811 by the Board of First Fruits, which was established to fund the building and repair of ecclesiastical buildings so that everyone lived within walking distance of a church. Walking distance 200 years ago would probably have been quite a bit different to what it is today though.

It is clear that the church has been unused for quite some time but some original floor tiles still remain and the roof is still in good condition. The roof has an impressive beam structure which can be seen in picture 12. A plaque above the bricked up front door reads "GLORY be to GOD on HIGH - 1811". The church in Kilkishen is on the Co. Clare Record of Protected Structures

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