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Welcome to Dromore Cathedral

Dromore Cathedral has been at the heart of Dromore for centuries. We serve the community of Dromore by bringing Christ’s compassion, love and hope of salvation to people of all ages.

Just as relevant as ever, we believe Christ and his radical teaching to be the only solution to the problems of our country, town and selves. We invite you to join us on our journey as we discover how to be everything he called us to be.


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St Patrick’s Day 2024

February 4th, 2024|0 Comments

Join us on St Patrick’s Day, Sunday 17th March when we will be welcoming Rt Revd Dr Jill Duff, Bishop of Lancaster, as our preacher at our main morning worship services (10:00am and 11:30am).

Bishop David will then be joining us at 6:00pm for a special Light the Beacon Prayer service, to encourage us to pray as a diocese for rekindling of the fire of faith that Patrick lit in Ireland almost 1600 years ago.

Fundraising events 2024

February 4th, 2024|0 Comments

During 2024, we have planned some exciting fun and fundraising events in the parish.

These include a Big Breakfast and car wash, Table Quiz, Wedding Dress Festival, Country Gospel evening and BBQ, Organ relay marathon, motorcycle show and Christmas Craft Fair.

Look out for more details, in due course, on our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and X) as well as in our Parish Magazine, ‘Cathedral Life’

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Today is Trinity Sunday.

Taken from the Church of Ireland website:
"A schoolgirl said to her teacher in a religion class, ‘I believe in God, but I don’t believe all this stuff about trinities and things.’ The teacher replied, ‘Think for a moment about what God is. Write it down’. The girl wrote, ‘God somehow started it all. He has something to do with Jesus. And he’s still around.’

God becomes known to us in three ways. God is the creator, without whom nothing would exist... And the God whom Jesus shows us is still with us and in us... one God exists primarily in three ways, which Church sums up by the doctrine of the Trinity, the three ‘persons’ in the one Godhead, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (also often referred to as Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier)."

From the Nicene Creed:
We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth. … We believe in One Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God … of one Being with the Father … [who] was made man … he suffered death and … he rose again. … We believe in the Holy Spirit … the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son … who has spoken through the prophets.
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Join us for worship tomorrow...

8:30am Holy Communion
10:00am Cathedral Praise
11:30am Morning Prayer
6:00pm Evening Epilogue
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