Dromore Cathedral

Dromore Cathedral: The Cathedral Church of Christ the Redeemer, Dromore

Dromore Cathedral, as well as being an active parish church with a wide demographic, is one of the sister cathedral churches in the United Diocese of Down and Dromore.

There is evidence of the Lagan–side site being actively used for the purpose of Christian worship since 510 AD when St Colman (a disciple of Patrick) founded a place of prayer here. The church was built, destroyed and rebuilt in the 16th and 17th centuries and was the seat of renowned bishops Thomas Percy and Jeremy Taylor in their time.

Some 570 families make up the Parish of Dromore and the pattern of worship in the Cathedral reflects a wide range of ages and tastes. The church serves mainly as a Parish church for the developing community with four regular services each Sunday, but it also features in the life of the diocese.

Find out more about the cathedral and its history on the Dromore Cathedral website.

Dean and Chapter 

Dean: The Very Revd Geoff Wilson
Archdeacon: The Ven Roderic West 
Chancellor: The Revd Canon Robert Howard 
Precentor: The Revd Canon Terence Cadden 
Treasurer: The Revd Canon Warren Russell 

Prebendary of Dromara
The Revd Canon Bryan Martin

Rector: The Very Revd Geoff Wilson
Curate: The Revd Trevor McKeown (NSM)
Organist: Orly Watson