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Mission Statement

To bring people to salvation in Jesus Christ and disciple them in their relationship with Christ (Matthew 28:19,20).

We want people to grow faith

  • We want people to grow in their relationship with God. We want to be a Church where our worship engages people and helps them to encounter God.

  • As we grow deeper with God, we want to be constantly learning from the Bible and becoming more like Jesus. We want to be a Church where the Bible is explained, taught and made relevant to everyday life.

  • We want to respect and value different preferences for styles of worship, whether Traditional, or Contemporary, whilst ensuring that all our worship connects with people. We want to further develop our worship and worship styles.

  • We recognize that following Jesus is about an on-going relationship throughout the week.  As people who take that relationship seriously we want to invest in it through Bible Study and prayer meetings.

  • We want to be a Church that whilst grounded in our history, is not living in the past.  We recognize that we belong to God’s church, rather than our Church and that God is creative – always doing new things: we want to move with Him.

  • We want our buildings to be welcoming, helping to connect everyone in the building with each other and with God.  We want to be able to use our wonderful historic buildings to enable ministries for God’s Glory and to build His Kingdom.

We want to grow closer to one another …

  • We want to be people who are growing in faith, where our lives are transformed by and surrendered to Jesus.  We want to live changed lives, progressing in our faith through meeting with each other as a group of people whose lives centre on Jesus.

  • We want to always meet together, moving forward following God’s direction, united in God, united with one another and united in prayer – walking hand in hand, supporting each other.

  • We recognize that God has called each one of us – young or old, at school, retired or in between – to play our part in His Church.  We recognize that we are all unique and no one else can do what God has called us individually to do, so we want to engage with everyone and encourage them to play their part.

  • We want to be honest, real and vulnerable with each other.  We recognize that we are all a work in progress – no one is perfect and we don’t want to have to pretend otherwise.  We want to be a Church where forgiveness is offered, grace thrives and hope abounds – a place where imperfect people are always welcome.

  • We want to offer help and let others serve God, by accepting their help.

We want to grow out into our community.  

  • As a church we want to be involved in our community, taking Jesus with us to the clubs, societies, organisation’s and schools.

  • We want to actively bless our community both through prayer and through acts of service, truly being a Church without walls and being there to support people in their times of need.

  • We want to work in partnership with other local churches and have good working relationship with them.

  • We want to continue with the ministry of Jesus: proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom of God, demonstrating it in practical, caring ways and helping people on their faith journey.

  • We want to be a refuge in a frightening and messy world, walking alongside people, listening to them and helping them, because we recognize that people are priceless and, like Jesus, we love them.

  • We want to help take the good news of Jesus beyond our city by supporting Gospel ministry throughout our world.

We want to do all of these things for the glory of God.

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(028) 71349348

What's on

  • Tea Dance

    Tea Dance

    Tea Dance - Join us for an afternoon of music, craic, fellowship, tea and dancing! With music by Peter Mac you will soon find yourself tapping away or swirled onto the dancefloor! You don't need to be able to dance, simply come along for some fun and maybe learn a step or two on the way. Admission £3 per person.

  • DRY Weekend

    DRY Weekend

    The Derry and Raphoe Youth Weekend is open to all church youth who are 11+, especially those in our confirmation programme. It takes place from 23rd March - 25th March 2018 at Rossnowloagh CEF Centre.  This weekend is being facilitated by the Surf Project. They will be running all the sessions and teaching the young people how to surf! It is sure to be a great weekend of fun, faith and fellowship. The cost for the weekend which covers main meals, surf lessons, accommodation and transport is £40/€40.

  • Easter Holiday Bible Club

    Easter Holiday Bible Club

    Join us on a rocking adventure back in time to learn about the Easter Story through the eyes of the Thief on the cross, Mary Magdalene and more. This is a vibrant three day program called Rolling Stones, and will introduce a child friendly version of the Easter story, focussing on the resurrection and hope for the future, about how Jesus is still rolling stones away today! With drama, craft, music and games, theres something for everyone. Its open to anyone of primary school age and runs on Wednesday 28th March - Friday 30th March, from 2pm-4pm with registration open from 1:30pm on Wednesday.

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