A missionary isn’t someone who has to cross the seas, he or she is someone who sees the cross. Our faith in Jesus calls us to be the Good News and tell the Good News both in Lisburn and beyond.

It has been said that the local church is the hope of the world, and we feel called to be an agent of blessing and change in our context.
Below are some of the ways we are trying to make a difference.

South Lisburn Community Church
To find out more go to our South Lisburn Church Plant page.

South Sudan Link
Thanks to support from Church Missionary Society Ireland (CMSI), and the wider link between the Diocese of Connor and the Diocese of Yei, Lisburn Cathedral has been developing a relationship with the Church in South Sudan.

Both out mettle youth group and our cameo club sponser children through the Abaana programme in Uganda. In July 2018 we are delighted to be taking a team to Uganda to help support some of the good work going on over there.

The foodbank is an ongoing project to support people from the Lisburn area whose lives have been affected by the current economic recession. It is an exciting ministry which God is creating and everyone can play a part from buying the recommended items such as a jar of coffee during your weekly shop, perhaps giving a donation (Helen Getgood will be delighted to receive these and pass them on) and above all else to pray for God’s will to be done that he may be honoured and glorified.

Individuals called to mission
Some financial support may be applied for by committed members of Lisburn Cathedral who are going overseas on Christian mission projects. Please click to download our Overseas Mission Support Application Form.

Links to organisations we support

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