Poyntzpass ( Irish: Pas Phoyntz or Pas an Phointe) is a village on the border between County Armagh and County Down in Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil parish of Ballymore and the historic barony of Orior Lower. and is within the Armagh City and District Council area. It had a population of 614 people (255 households) in the 2011 Census. It was formerly a part of the South Armagh constituency and now is part of the Newry and Armagh constituency, and was one of the places in South Armagh where the Ulster Covenant could be signed.
The village covers the townlands of Tullynacross, Brannock, Federnagh and Loughadian. It includes five places of Christian worship; a Roman Catholic Church, a Church of Ireland Church, a Presbyterian Church, a Baptist Church, and an Independent Church; 3 public houses; and 2 primary schools.