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Recent news & blog entries

  • Wider Act of Remembrance at 6pm in Cathedral November 7, 2019

    Remembrance Sunday can be an extremely difficult day for many people, as remembering the fallen can call to our minds loved ones who are no longer with us. As a church, we feel it is extremely important to acknowledge this and to provide a space where we can stand together and support one another in our ongoing experience of grief. So we would invite everyone to our Wider Act of Remembrance at 6.00pm this Sunday evening in the Cathedral. The… Read more »

  • Parish Bible Class

    Wednesday 13th at 8pm in the Clayton Hall. Everyone most welcome to attend.

  • MATCH October 24, 2019

    Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday 20th November at 8pm. Our theme is ‘Preparation for Christmas’ and we are delighted to have a local lady demonstrating and making Christmas crafts. We have been given 20 places at a cost of £5 each and only a few places for the workshop remain. possible. Please speak to Wendy to add your name. You are, of course, welcome to come and watch the demonstration if all places are gone. Light supper will… Read more »

  • Concert in aid of Children’s Heartbeat Trust

    Dromore Cathedral brings you a little bit of Sunshine in Winter… Van Morrison, Queen, Les Miserables, The Greatest Showman, Gospel Medleys and more; the Bring Me Sunshine Concert has it all!  On Friday 22nd November at 7.30pm in the Cathedral Church Hall, Symphonics and Guests will be performing an evening of music in aid of the Children’s Heartbeat Trust.   The newly formed group Symphonics consists of Dromore Cathedral’s own Sophie Tate, alongside her friends, Erin McNally, Peter Copes, Sian… Read more »

  • History Reading Group October 3, 2019

    The Dromore Cathedral History Reading Group are next scheduled to meet in The Clayton Hall at 7.00 pm on Thursday 28 November 2019. Please note the earlier than usual start time and the move from the customary Monday evening meeting. The book for discussion at this meeting will be – The Ancient Greeks – Ten Ways They Shaped The Modern World by Edith Hall Everyone is very welcome to attend.

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