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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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Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

May 8th, 2022|0 Comments

To mark the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Cathedral will be holding special events on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th June.

Please join us from 3:00pm on Saturday 4th for a special celebration service of worship in the Cathedral. This service will have a family focus and will be followed by a garden party and fun day in the Rectory garden. Everyone is very welcome to come along.

The fun day will feature bouncy castles, games, giant Jenga and face painting. Please bring your own picnic, hot and cold drinks and ice-cream will be provided.

Our morning worship at 10:00am and 11:30am on Sunday 5th June will have a Platinum Jubilee theme and will be followed by a special commemorative tree planting in the Rectory front garden.

Everyone is warmly invited to attend on either or both days, there is no booking required and you

Ordination of Rev Elaine Pentland and Rev Andrew Orr

August 22nd, 2021|0 Comments

Very sincere congratulations to the Rev Elaine Pentland, and the Rev Andrew Orr on the occasion of their ordination to the order of deacon on Sunday 22nd August in our Cathedral. Elaine will serve as a deacon in Willowfield Parish and Andrew will serve his year as deacon in St John’s Parish, Orangefield.

The last service of ordination in our Cathedral was that of Rev Gary McMurray back in 2008, so it was wonderful to be able to host this very special service once more, at the request of our Bishop, the Rt Rev David McClay. We look forward to our Cathedral be asked to host similar significant Diocesan services in the years to come.

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Parishes raise over £336k for Ukraine

The Church of Ireland’s Bishops’ Appeal has released an incredible £170,648 and €192,876 to support partner agencies in bringing humanitarian relief within Ukraine and in surrounding countries.

The total amount raised is equivalent to £336,428 of which Down and Dromore contributed £40,000.

Christian Aid Ireland has channelled funds into supplying hospitals with tens of thousands of medical kits and supplies, as well as providing large shipments of essential items both within Ukraine and to areas of concentrated refugees in neighbouring countries.

Habitat for Humanity Ireland has focused providing shelter in Poland and Romania, setting up tents with heating and electricity for short term stays as well as converting unused spaces in towns and cities into homes suitable for stays of approximately 6 months. They are also liaising with local Governments to place people in families and to support those who are journeying on to reach their destination safely.

A most recent funding release has donations channelled to Tearfund Ireland who are sending 76 shipments of essential food and non–food items to warehouses within Ukraine to be sent from there to support internally displaced people in multiple districts throughout the country. This will enable over 300,000 people meet their basic survival needs.

As millions flee and million more are displaced internally, the need for a response is great. The Church of Ireland is grateful to all those who have donated and to our key partners who are working tirelessly to bring hope and comfort at a time of such devastation and loss.

Bishops’ Appeal is the Church of Ireland’s overseas aid and development fund.
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