I'm sorry, but Brendan hasn't been online for a while.
There is no record that has been published and made available online. If the Ballynure Presbyterian church records going back to the late 1700s still exist, they would be on microfilm at PRONI (the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland). Even if the records haven't been microfilmed, they would be able to tell you if the records are still in local custody at the church. PRONI will do limited research for a fee (i.e., one discrete record such as a birth). For example, if you know that Thomas Fulton and Agnes Blair were married about 1812-1815 in the Ballynure church, they can check the microfilm of the church records. Then they will let you know if the record exists and what it will cost to get a copy. You can read more about the service here:
You can also hire genealogists in Northern Ireland who can go to PRONI or the Ballynure Presbyterian Church and search for you. You will find competent people at www.progenealogists.com. They typically charge anywhere from $50 to $75 per hour, so be sure to get a solid contract before committing.
Just Answer does not offer on-site research.
No, we also have published records. However, we do not do on-site research. This is typically a job that runs to $75 per hour regardless of whether records can be found or not. Most people wind up paying at least $1000 for a family history of two or so generations. A genealogist is paid for their time, not for whether history has been kind and records haven't been lost.
Your question appeared to be "...I'm trying to find records from Legaloy, outside of Ballynure in Northern Ireland. I know that my family attended the Ballynure Presbyterian Church, and I'd love to know how I could possibly see those records, as to further explore my family's history in that area...." and I thought I answered that. Even when records do exist in the dozens of databases we subscribe to and in our individual genealogy libraries, Just Answer limits each interchange to one question, such as "what is the birth date of ***** ***** born about 1781."
You are not honor bound to accept the answer by giving me a good rating for my knowledge of where to find Irish records if they exist. You can just ignore Just Answer's request for a rating and the question will time out. You can contact Customer Service for a refund of your deposit. They keep it until I do get a good rating, so you can request a refund at any time.
I'm sorry the only records that might exist would be in Northern Ireland.