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Christ Church Cathedral
Address: 24 Castle Street, Lisburn, BT27 4XD, Northern Ireland
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Welcome to Lisburn Cathedral's Web Site Christ Church Cathedral stands at the apex of Castle Street and Bridge Street in the heart of Lisburn, about 7 miles south west of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Its slim octagonal spire is the tallest landmark in the city. There has been a Christian church on this site for the last 380 years. In 1662 it was granted cathedral status by Charles II but in April 1707 the church was destroyed by a disastrous fire that swept through the whole town of Lisburn. The rebuilding of a new church was begun the following year and the spire was added a hundred years later. Although we are proud of our historic heritage Lisburn Cathedral is very much a living church. Our bustling congregations span all age groups and we enjoy a wide range of both traditional and contempary styles of worship. There is also a thriving program of midweek activities and organisations for young and old alike.

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Christ Church, Lisburn
Address: Church Lane, LISBURN, BT28 1JL
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Email: secretary@christchurchlisburn.co.uk

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The Parish is situated in the centre of the city of Lisburn, which has a population of around 100,000. It is easily accessible to the M1 and to the main road to Newry and southwards to Dublin. Belfast is some 8 miles away. The Church and Church Hall are situated in well maintained surroundings in an elevated position on the Hillsborough Road, a short distance from the bus station and Market Square complex and adjacent to Laganbank Road, a busy city bypass.

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Christian Renewal Centre
Address: 44 Shore Road , Rostrevor, Co. Down, Northern Ireland BT34 3ET
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Ireland, once known as the ‘island of saints and scholars’ has become a dark blot on the map of the Christian world. One of the tragedies in Ireland is the way in which we allowed the unfortunate aspects of our history to distort our image of one another. Ignorance and separation breed fear and bitterness and great walls of division grow. Only Jesus Christ can break down those walls. A foundation text for our work at the Christian Renewal Centre is found in Ephesians 2:14 "For Christ Himself Is Our Way Of Peace."

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Emmanuel Baptist Church
Address: Glenavy Road, Lisburn
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Whether you are searching for a church home or just beginning to consider the claims of Jesus Christ, we think that you will find Emmanuel Baptist Church a help and encouragement to you. We trust you find this site useful. However if you feel there is something you would like to see on this site that isn't here please let us know.

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Exodus
Address: 29 Railway Street, Lisburn, BT28 1XP
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Telephone: 028 9266 1220
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Email: general@exodusonline.org.uk

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Exodus is a Youth Discipleship Organisation that exists "to encourage and equip young people (15-25) to be committed followers of Jesus Christ". Our core aims are to provide relational ministry, interactive training, relevant resourcing and kingdom partnerships that will lead to the discipleship of young people in Ireland and beyond.

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Fusion Lisburn
Address: Fusion House, 24a Castle Street, Lisburn, BT27 4XD
Contact: Keith Neill - Zara Wortley
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Email: keith@fusionlisburn.com

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Fusion is a Youth Project working with teens and young adults, providing safe, alcohol free venues and programmes. Fusion is based at Lisburn Cathedral, in the heart of the city.

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Hillsborough Presbyterian Church
Address: Lisburn Road, Hillsborough, County Down, Northern Ireland.
Contact: Minister: Rev. J.I. Davey
Telephone: 02892683696
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The members of Hillsborough Hillsborough is situated some 4 miles from Lisburn and some 12 miles from Belfast. The first Church on the present site was built in 1833 on land granted by the Marquisof Downshire. The Church was completely rebuilt in 1885. The congregation has grown to over 500 families in recent years, coinciding with a rapid expansion in the housing available within the village and surrounding area. We meet for worship at 10.30am each Sunday morning and have occasional evening services at 6.30pm. We actively attempt to make our children and young people an essential part of our church family, recognising that we are all at different stages of our faith journey. On Sunday mornings young people of secondary school age attend "Genesis" where they have a light breakfast prior to Bible study. Primary school children attend Sunday School from part way through the service. In worship we seek to strike a balance between the traditional and the contemporary. Members take an active role in helping lead many of our services. Our praise is lead by a robed choir. Various organisations meet throughout the week. These include an Adult Study Group, Indoor Bowling Club, Badminton Club, Girls' Brigade, Boys' Brigade, Presbyterian Women's Group, Evergreens (for senior citizens), Parent & Toddler Group, Helping Hands Knitting Group and Young Adult's Group.

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Legacurry Presbyterian Church
Address: Legacurry, Lisburn
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Legacurry is situated in the commuter-belt area of South Lisburn and convenient to Sprucefield Shopping Centre. The congregation - in existence since 1840 - has doubled in size in the past fifteen years, and presently has 290 families.

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Lisburn Baptist Church
Address: Longstone Street, Lisburn, Co Antrim Telephone :
Contact: Pastor Taylor
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Email: email: webmaster@lisburnbaptist.com Pastor Taylor - pastor@lisburnbaptist.com

Web Link: Lisburn Baptist Church


Welcome - to the Lisburn Baptist Church Web Ministry Our church is located on Longstone Street in the city of Lisburn, Northern Ireland. The church aims to worship the Lord Jesus Christ, share the gospel message with those who are lost and build up believers. We hope that you enjoy browsing this site and would be most happy to welcome you to any of the activities arranged by our Church. Please feel free to email us about anything on the site.

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Lisburn Christian Fellowship
Address: 2 Queens Road, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, BT27 4TZ, N. Ireland
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Welcome to our church home on the web! ** We seek to be … a worshipping community, honouring God and His Word, experiencing His Presence and being responsive to the inspiration and guidance of His Holy Spirit, a church family, a safe place of acceptance, healing and growth for people from different walks of life and different backgrounds, cultures and ages, a compassionate people, supporting one another and offering hope to those who don’t yet know Jesus in our local community and further afield.

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Lisburn Free Presbyterian Church
Address: 1 Windemere Road, LISBURN, BT28 2GY Telephone: +44
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Email: info@lisburnfpc.com

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Lisburn Free Presbyterian Church came into being after a Gospel Tent Mission conducted by Rev. I .R .K. Paisley and Rev. William Beattie during the month of June 1968. The large tent remained in position throughout the summer months with just an after Church rally being held in it. During the month of August a portable hall was erected and in the same month it was opened for public worship and for the preaching of the everlasting gospel. The site for the tent and hall was kindly donated by Mr. Isaac Lyons. The Moderator Dr Paisley, officially constituted the Church on Saturday, 12th October, 1968. Among those taking part in the opening ceremony were Rev William Beattie, Rev John Douglas and Rev James Beggs. As the Church grew there was a need for larger premises, so work commenced on a more sizable and permanent building. The Moderator, Dr Paisley, opened the new building on 21st October, 1972. A few years after the opening, Rev John Douglas became minister of the congregation and continues as senior minister to this present day. In December 1998 Rev Thomas Martin was ordained as Co-Pastor alongside Dr Douglas and at present there is a shared ministry in the congregation. The congregation has continued to grow and work has now commenced on a new building with better facilities and (DV) the congregation will shortly be relocating to its new premises. (Stone Laying Ceremony) Our prayer for the work here in Lisburn is that "The glory of this latter house shall be greater than the former," Haggai 2:9

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Maze Presbyterian Church
Address: Kesh Road, Maze, Lisburn
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Telephone: +44 2892 621269
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Email: info@Mazepc.org

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We are a lively, informal and growing church with people from a wide variety of backgrounds who love, serve and proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord. Worship at Maze Presbyterian Church is a blended mix of contemporary and traditional music and song; we have a strong emphasis of the importance of God’s Word with a desire to see it realistically applied to our day to day living. Maze Presbyterian Church located in Lisburn, Co. Antrim.

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Moira Baptist Church
Address: Clarehill Road, Moira, Craigavon, County Armagh, BT67 0NS,Northern Ireland
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Telephone: 02892613184
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Email: peteandlorraine@deramore.fslife.co.uk

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Why do we call ourselves a Church with a Heart? In some ways we see ourselves a bit like the Church in Antioch in Acts 11. 1. A church with a heart for evangelism – a heart for the lost – for the gospel. They preached Christ in all His fullness and preached the need for repentance and faith. They had a burden to evangelise. They had a vision for the lost around them and for the lost far beyond their shores. They had a passion for the glory of Christ in the salvation of souls………………………………………………………

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Moira Pentecostal Church
Address: 73 Main Street, Moira, County Armagh, BT670LZ, Northern Ireland.
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Telephone: 02892613498 - 02892612701
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Email: contact@mpc.org.uk

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Moira Pentecostal Church is located in the town of Moira in Northern Ireland. It is a thriving congregation, providing a place of worship, fellowship and life to people from the local area and beyond, including a wide mix of ages, cultures and backgrounds. Our aim is to be founded on the truths of the Bible, have God centered purpose and to equip people to live their life in Christ. This enables the church to be effective inside and outside of the local church, through meeting the needs of the community and sharing the message of the Gospel. Our passion is to reach people who don't yet know God and help them find a relationship with their creator. Take a look around our site and find out what we do as a church, including Missions, Worship Ministry, Youth and Outreach.

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Pink Ministries
Address: PO Box 392, Lisburn, Co Antrim, BT28 2BP
Contact: Helen & Sandra
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Email: girls@pinkministries.org

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Pink Ministries was established in 2006 after God had began to impart a Vision for Women to both Helen and Sandra. After initially meeting in Helen's home to teach and encourage Women, it was evident that we were going to outgrow the place of our small beginnings. So, with the amazing favour of God, we have now moved to a conference venue facility, that has capacity for more lovely girls to attend. We are excited about the call that God has on our lives, and we are dedicated to see "Pink Ministries" become all that God has planned for it to be. We are committed to seeing the Women of Northern Ireland and the nations of Europe, impacted with fresh passion for Jesus Christ and the local church. We have invitations for our Pink Monday events available for distribution should you be interested in displaying them in your Church or Workplace. Helen Cupples Helen’s heart is to help women discover their true worth and value, as through this they can develop a strength that can never be shaken, amazingly effecting how each individual woman influences others in her life. Helen attends her local church with her husband Paul, she has two daughters, two Son-in-laws and two granddaughters. Sandra Elliott Sandra’s heart is to see every woman tap into her true potential, relalise who She is, and how She can impact the world around her, delivering the love of Christ in a real way. Sandra serves in her local church that She attends with her husband Darren and their three children. Together, Helen & Sandra speak at Ladies groups and events, sharing the vision for reaching the women of Europe by connecting women and encouraging them to establish new women’s ministries in their local churches. Please contact us via e-mail to arrange details

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Priesthill (Zion) Methodist
Address: The Methodist Manse, 2 Maypole Hill, Dromore
Contact: Rev. Colin Gracie
Telephone: 02892693929
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Email: minister@priesthill-zion-methodist.com

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Please explore our website to get a better understanding of who we are and about our church. We hope you find this web site informative and useful, and pray that God will richly bless you as you explore our internet home. Services and times are listed on the Services page. If you are visiting in the area, please be our guest, visitors are always welcome. We would appreciate if you would contact us with your comments on how you have found our site.

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St Columba's Lisburn
Address: Killaney Avenue, Lisburn, Co. Antrim
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Email: james@columbas.net

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The Church is situated in the Old Warren Estate, the larger area of public housing in Lisburn. The congregation was formed at the end of May 1965 and currently has some 320 families. Many more would claim connection. Some of the congregation have been members from the outset but there is a lot of movement in and out of the area.

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St Pauls Church
Address: 1 Ballinderry Road, Lisburn, BT28 1UD
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St. Paul's is a daughter church of Christ Church, Lisburn. The Parish was intended to serve the Tonagh estate, Moira Road, Ballinderry Road and the new housing estates planned for the area. The present site was purchased by Christ Church in October 1959. The Rev. Ken Cochrane became curate in charge of the new district of St. Paul's in May 1962. Two army huts were aquired with the help of the Army and erected in an L shape joined together by a kitchen area. The huts were renovated by voluntary labour, saving the church many thousands of pounds. One hall became the church and the other the church hall and were opened and dedicated on Saturday 8th September 1962. The foundation stone of the present church was laid on Saturday 10th November 1962 by Mr. Robert Boomer in the presence of the Lord Bishop (Rt. Rev. R. C. H. Elliott, D.D.) and the church was consecrated on 25th January 1964. The building cost £40,000. Having lived in temporary accommodation in Belvoir Crescent, the Rev. Ken Cochrane moved in 1964 to 'Hawtree', which was later to become the Rectory of St. Paul's Parish. He was instituted as Rector in January 1965 and St. Paul's became a separate parish in 1966. The present Parochial Hall was opened in May 1974. The Rev. Ken Cochrane was appointed Canon of St. Anne's Cathedral in 1986 and received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1988 and was appointed Canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, in 1990. The Rev. Canon Dr. Ken Cochrane retired in December 1998 and became assistant to Canon McCombe at Christ Church in 1999. The present Rector, the Rev. James Carson, was instituted here in June 1999.

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The Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Address: Church House, Belfast BT1 6DW, Northern Ireland
Contact: The Information Office
Telephone: 02890322284
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Email: Info@PresbyterianIreland.org

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Irish Presbyterianism had its origins in Scottish migrations to Ulster in the early seventeenth century. The first presbytery was formed in 1642 by chaplains of a Scottish army which had come to Ireland because of an Irish Catholic rebellion. In spite of this and later Catholic uprisings and the hostility of the established Anglican Church, Presbyterianism put down strong roots in Ireland before the end of the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century it was weakened by emigration to colonial America and by division over subscription to the Westminster formularies, which encouraged Scottish Convenanters and Seceders to form congregations and presbyteries in Ulster. The restoration of subscription in 1835 led to union with the Seceders to form the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Today the Irish Presbyterian Church, which is a founder member of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, has over 560 congregations in 21 presbyteries throughout Ireland with over 300,000 members. The Church has been much involved in education, evangelism, social service and world mission in India, China, the Middle East, Jamaica, Africa, Indonesia, Nepal and Brazil. In our Christian worship, the preaching of the Word of God is central, in a setting of prayer and praise. There is no fixed liturgy. Prayers and hymns, psalms and paraphrases, Scripture reading and sermon are adapted to the needs of the occasion. The word 'Presbyterian' describes the form of our Church government which emphasises the individual and corporate responsibility of members. Ministers and members must share in the organising and running of every aspect of the Church's work. Locally this means the provision of worship and teaching along with pastoral care while the corporate work of the Church involves social action, evangelism, mission at home and overseas, training of ministers and working with young people and children.

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Trinity Methodist Church
Address: Knockmore Road, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, BT28 2EA, N. Ireland
Contact: Minister: Ed McDade
Telephone: 02892621282
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Email: comments@trinitylisburn.com

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Road, Lisburn Northern Ireland Trinity Methodist Church started with about 25 people meeting together in a local community centre in April 1994 and has grown so rapidly that today a regular congregation of 180 to 200 meet in our modern Worship Centre. Our programme of activities is regularly being expanded to meet the needs of our members and of the local community.

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