Church Decorating from 10am on Friday 18th October
We need extra help for this and the following Church groups will be asked to take a part:- Rainbow
Pre-School, Mothers Union, Match, Sunday School, GB, Choir/Praise Group, High School, Via Wings, Overseas/Maridi, Craft Class, Vestry – and many more! Sara and the team would be grateful to anyone who would like to come along and help with the decorating which will mainly be done on Friday 18th October – with possibly a few finishing touches on Saturday morning. PLEASE CAN YOU DONATE FLOWERS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES or dry goods such as teabags on Thursday or Friday morning – and come along and join the fun!
10.45am Celebrate Harvest Thanksgiving Together
Speaker: Very Revd Geoff Wilson
Theme: Caring for God’s creation
Worship led by Cathedral Choir and Praise Group
6.00pm Community Harvest Festival
Speaker: Very Revd Geoff Wilson
Harvest Supper following this service in the Cathedral Hall
2.00pm The High School Harvest
Floral gifts and produce for distribution will be issued to the visiting teams immediately following this service at around 3.30pm
Monday 21st October at 10.30am in the Clayton Hall. All welcome.
Wednesday 23rd October is our Visitors’ Evening so please do join us in the Cathedral Hall at 8pm, even though you may not be a MU member. Many of our friends from other MU branches and from local Churches will also be joining us to hear Canon Derek Kerr speaking about the Royal Family and his collection of memorabilia. It promises to be a most interesting evening so do come along and bring a friend, everyone will be made very welcome.
To help the Diocese pray together for the election of a new Bishop, there will be a special night of prayer on Friday 25th October in Dromore Cathedral from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. Special Prayer Bookmarks are available to encourage parishioners to pray.
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.
Once again, the Cathedral is taking up the opportunity of helping parishioners and friends to help themselves, and to help us, by providing a means of getting rid of old/used clothes and shoes.
The right hand Garage in the Clayton Hall Yard will be used as a collection point for bags of the following items to be left in the week commencing 23rd September until 23d October.
Please make sure the clothes have been cleaned beforehand.
WHAT CAN I PUT IN BAGS?
We can say YES to
Men’s Clean Clothing
Women’s Clean Clothing
Children’s Clean Clothing
Paired shoes, Handbags, Belts
Bed linen, Curtains
but we must say NO to:
Dirty or wet clothing
Off cuts of material
The more clothing suitable for re-use
collected, the more money we will raise!
The Select Vestry have conceived of a fundraising idea for Parish funds which is also a great way of showing support for the Cathedral – Lapel Badges. Each badge bears the crest of Dromore and is priced at the modest amount of £3.50. Anyone wishing to purchase a badge should place their name on the list in the Church Porch or contact the Church office.
Badges which have already been ordered can be collected at the Church Porch this Sunday. Thank you.