Our current series of sermons is on the Apostles' Creed.

You can listen online or download and listen later.

Relax at the Coffee Dock

A great place to wait while picking up your children!

Mon-Thur 6:30pm to 8pm

Tues & Wed 1:30pm to 3pm

Prayer Ministry

We all need prayer

If you want prayer we are happy to pray for you

Worship Service 10:30am to 11:45am

Creche, Kidzone and Sunday School are available

Tea and Coffee served after the service

Latest News

  • Christianity Explored Course

    This seven week course will give all the basics of what it means to be a Christian. We will meet for tea and coffee at 7:30pm ready to start at 7:45pm. This DVD based course is informal, friendly and open to anyone.

  • Prayer Ministry Course

    This is the basic course which provides training and practice in prayer ministry as offered at the close of services in many churches. The course is spread across six weeks - 7, 21 Oct and 4, 11, 18, 25 November.

Not to be missed!

  • Some Party in Heaven

    Come and hear the inspirational and life changing story of Phyllis Arnold at the Ladies' Fellowship Service. Phyllis is originally from County Armagh and she and her husband, Hertford, are owners of the Dromore based firm ‘Cottage Catering’. In her story, Phyllis will tell how she came to know the Lord as her Saviour, and how he helped her cope with the challenges which she and her husband have had to face throughout her life. She will also tell how the firm ‘Cottage Catering’ was born. Her story has been written by Noel Davidson in the book, ‘Some Party in Heaven’.

  • My Story

    Mrs Rachel Bartley is coming to Ladies' Fellowship to tell her story of how she became a Christian and how she has proved God in all circumstances of her life since then. She is originally from the Isle of Harris in the Western Isles off the north of Scotland. She left the isles to study Art at university in Edinburgh seeking ‘freedom’ from ‘religion’. After becoming a Christian she spent two years in the Faith Mission Bible College and found herself as a missionary in Northern Ireland where she met her husband, Alan. Alan and Rachel live in Ballinderry along with their three children and continue to serve God full time.