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COVID-19 UPDATE: The Cathedral building is closed upon government advice. Our Sunday service is now broadcast live on Facebook at 10:45.

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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Order of Service to follow live broadcast on Sunday morning

March 26th, 2020|0 Comments

We are encouraging our church family to follow our live broadcast this Sunday morning by using the Order of Service which can be downloaded from this link.  Simply click on the download and the Order of Service will open on your screen.  We would advise that you print this off and then follow the service live by clicking on the link which will be available over the next 24 hours.

Suspended Church Services

March 26th, 2020|0 Comments

Following advice from Central Church in Dublin, we regrettably have to suspend all church services and church meetings with immediate effect – this suspension will include all external groups who use our premises.

The current climate within which we are living is causing many to be filled with fear, anxiety and a measure of hysteria – we are calling our people to have faith, cool heads and kind hearts.

Trust that God is with each one of us as we traverse a rapidly changing landscape.

Remain calm and level-headed as we hold our government, those in authority and our emergency services in prayer.

Show generosity towards one another as we look beyond ourselves and our needs and keep a kind eye on those who are more vulnerable than ourselves.

Updates on how we will be responding to this developing situation will be posted regularly.

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3 hours ago

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Today’s devotional is from UCB:

Don’t be so easily upset

‘Great peace have they which love thy law: and nothing shall offend them.’
Psalm 119:165 KJV

Are you easily upset? Even over little things? Spend more time praying and reading your Bible. The following article turned up in a newspaper: ‘A lady took my seat in church. She’s very nice…a good friend, in fact. I can sit anyplace; no big deal. My seat’s on the right as you enter the sanctuary. I can rest my arm on the end. It’s a good seat, but I wouldn’t raise a fuss about a seat…never hold a grudge. Actually, it was three months ago she took it and I really don’t know why. I’ve never done anything to her…never taken her seat. I suppose I’ll have to come an hour early to get my seat. She took it because it’s one of the best seats in the house. She’d no business taking it…and I’m not going to church two hours early to get what’s rightfully mine.

This is the way social injustices begin: abusive people taking other people’s seats. It’s the way seeds of revolution are sown. A person can only stand so much. Where’s it all going to end? If somebody doesn’t stand up and be counted, nobody’s seat will be safe. People will sit anywhere they please, and next time they’ll take my parking place. World order will be in a shambles!’ We smile, but it’s amazing how quickly we get bent out of shape when our little routine is disrupted.

Do you know why the Christian life is described as ‘the high calling’ (Philippians 3:14 KJV)? Because it means taking the high road and serving others, rather than taking the low road and putting ourselves first.
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Today’s devotional is from UCB:

An appetite for God’s Word

‘His Word can cut through our spirits.’
Hebrews 4:12 CEV

As you read the Bible, God will give you strength and guidance for your life that you simply can’t get any other way. Eliphaz said to Job the patriarch: ‘He bruises, but He binds up; He wounds, but His hands make whole’ (Job 5:18 NKJV).

That’s what God does to you as you read the Scriptures. ‘His Word can cut through our spirits.’ Others see what we do, but when we get alone with God and open the Scriptures, He reveals to us what we are. He brings to the surface long-standing and unresolved issues, and helps us to deal with them. He confronts us over our stubborn habits and shows us how to conquer them. He pinpoints our selfish and unloving attitudes, giving us a chance to repent and change our ways.

The old Quakers had a saying: ‘Sin will keep you from your Bible, and your Bible will keep you from sin.’ You say, ‘But when I get up in the morning, I’m so busy that I don’t have time to read the Bible.’ Then read it when you come home at night! You say, ‘By the time I get home from work at night, I’m exhausted and can’t concentrate on anything!’ You must rearrange your priorities. If you spend hours watching television, surely you can spend some time each day reading your Bible. The truth is that we make time for the things that we want, that we value, and that we enjoy.

So, ask God to give you a greater appetite for His Word. Then read your Bible, and watch your appetite for it grow!
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2 days ago

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Today’s devotional is from UCB:

Getting out of your boat

‘Peter got…out of the boat.’
Matthew 14:29 NIVUK

Matthew records, ‘Then Peter got…out of the boat, walked on the water and came towards Jesus.’

Today, ask yourself these three questions:

1) What’s my boat? It’s whatever gives you your greatest sense of security. It’s what you’re tempted to put your trust in when life gets stormy. To know what your boat is, ask yourself, ‘What is it that produces the most fear in me, especially when I think of leaving it behind and stepping out in faith?’

2) What’s keeping me from getting out of my boat? Fear. Fear of people, fear of failure, fear of criticism, fear of lack. In order to grow, you must go into new territory, and each time you do, you’ll experience fear. It never goes away. But each time you get out of your boat, you become a little more able to do it the next time, and you begin to realise that fear doesn’t have the power to destroy you. So when Jesus says to you, ‘Come,’ start walking, He won’t let you drown.

3) What will I forfeit by staying in my boat? Your destiny. To achieve what you have not yet achieved, you must attempt what you have not yet attempted. Will there be risks? Yes. Baseball’s greatest hitters fail two times out of every three. But they know that if they don’t step up to the plate, they’ll never experience the joy of hitting a home run.

Understand this: if you stay in your boat, you’ll eventually die there, and end up wondering what your life might have been if only you’d been willing to get out of your boat.
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