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COVID-19 UPDATE: Church services resume online until at least the end of March.

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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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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.

Installation of Canon Mark Harvey

July 8th, 2021|0 Comments

Friday 18th June was a very special day for Canon Mark Harvey and his family as he was installed as Prebendary of Dromara. But it was also a significant occasion for the people of Shankill Parish as their Rector was acknowledged and affirmed in his ministry through his appointment to the Cathedral Chapter. Speaking after his installation, Mark said again what an honour it was to have joined Dromore Cathedral Chapter. He continued: “The challenge for our parishes and diocese at this time is the greatest we have faced for many generations. The pandemic has changed so many things, not least people’s engagement with church, and has caused a re–evaluation of the place of faith in our personal and corporate lives. We need to support and encourage one another as never before, and it’s my prayer that the chapter in Dromore can be

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We hope you will be able to join us for our Christmas worship.

Why not get in the Christmas spirit at our Christingle service on Sunday 12th December at 6:00pm? The Christingle is a charming service in which we use symbols to understand more fully who our creator is, how he has acted and how through us he can continue to shine brightly in the midst of darkness. The service is particularly appealing to families with children, though not exclusively. We encourage as many people as possible to share in this service and get into the spirit of the season in doing so. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served following the service with juice and biscuits for our children.

Our nativity service will take place at 10:00am and 11:30am on Sunday 19th December. If your custom is to worship at the 10am service, please note that on this day, both the 10:00am and 11.30am services will be identical as we simply won’t be able to accommodate everyone at one service.

We are also holding two Carols By Candlelight services at 5:30pm and 7:00pm on Sunday 19th December. Again, these will be identical so that we can accommodate everyone.

**Please do make sure you book your place at any of the services to ensure we can accommodate everyone safely and in line with public health guidance. You can do so by calling the Cathedral Office on 9269 3968, emailing office@dromorecathedral.co.uk or by informing the stewards on your way into church.**
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