Our purpose is to reach out for Christ, lead people to Christ and grow deeper in Christ.
What We Believe...
We seek to be a warm, welcome, worshipping fellowship, which is Christ centred, led by the holy Spirit, living out God's word, open and loving to all, transforming lives and communities for Christ.
Dundrod Presbyterian Church is in the heart of Dundrod, which is situated close to Nutts' Corner. Our church is in Co Antrim, within 10 miles of Lisburn, Antrim and Belfast.
Dundrod is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Read more about Presbyterians here.
Our Sunday morning worship in Dundrod is every Sunday at 11:30 am (11.00am during July & August). Everyone is welcome to join with us from all backgrounds, those from other faiths, those with no faith background, regular worshippers, those passing through, those new to Dundrod, those just curious about Church and those who have not been to church for a while.
Come along to Dundrod Presbyterian Church, everyone is welcome no matter what is going on in your life - join us in worship any Sunday morning and experience the transforming power of Jesus in your life.
Worship – seeking to love Him with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength. This is why we meet together for weekly worship, but our love of God should colour everything we do, every day of the week.
Discipleship – being taught to obey everything that Christ has commanded us in his Word. In our Church, listening to God’s word as it is read and hearing it explained to us (sermon), is a central part of why we meet together. We also continue to learn in Childrens and adult Sunday school, church midweek and home groups.
Growing together as God’s family. Acts 2:41-47 speaks of new believers in Jesus being baptised into the church family and sharing and growing together in fellowship.
Relationships are important in the Church family, and this is an area we are seeking to develop through church lunches and picnics and other social events together.
Go and make disciples of all Nations. The word 'nations' really means all different ethnic or even social groups. As a Church, our Mission is to make Jesus known here in Dundrod and throughout the world. As well as our support of missionaries and mission agencies, we have just begun a link with Mkombezi Village in Northern Malawi and hope to visit with them in the near future.
'Love your neighbour as yourself'. The command to love your neighbour of course applies to our fellow church members, but Jesus meant that we were to practically show love to those who are different from us, those who are outside the Church, and those who do not know God and his love.
Reaching out for Christ also means 'Serving' through the various ministries and organisations of our church. Every Christian has a part to play. God has given all of us gifts to be used to serve in the local church.