The first Church, closest to the old Goal is the Presbyterian Church, built in 1836 and still in use today. It’s a Scot’s Presbyterian Church, and was built with a residence for the Reverend.
The Methodist church, now Abbey Printers, was built in 1874 is said to be erected by the famous Methodist Preacher, John Weasley. John Weasley had a preaching house on Weasley Street, now Thomas Ashe Street, and moved his church to here after the construction of Farnham Street. The empty plinth once houses a fine tower.
The Masonic Hall, with its free mason emblem, was built in 1855. The Hall is still active with about 35 member holding monthly meeting. It is one of five active lodges in County Cavan today.