Welcome to
Second Donegore Presbyterian Church (Dunamuggy)

Established around 1788 Second Donegore Presbyterian Church (Dunamuggy) is a small country congregation where each Sunday at 11.30am the Christian message is faithfully preached. On the 2nd Sunday of each month there is a family service which is more informal. You will receive a warm welcome at both services.

Our primary objective is to remain faithful in building up our congregation spiritually under the sound teaching and influence of the gospel.

We believe in the power of prayer and know we are dependent on God for our help in the future, as we have been in the past. 

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Our church building is open again for worship on Sunday 6th September at 11:30am and everyone is very welcome. Anyone who is unable to come and would like a recording of our services, please contact any session or committee member. 

Due to the current pandemic our church service will be different in many ways. The Presbyterian Church is recommending and encouraging us to wear face masks. You will also be asked to sanitise your hands as you enter and leave the Church building. 

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Letter from the Vacancy  convenor – Rev. Stephen Simpson

Dear Members

The Kirk Session and Vacancy Commission wishes to report confirmation of 2 names to be on 2nd Donegore’s Preaching List.

They are :- Rev Alastair Gordon previously Asst to Convenor of 2nd Dongore

and Mr Ben Johnston, Asst Minister, Hamilton Rd Presbyterian Church, Bangor

We wish to notify the Congregation that On 25th October Rev Gordon will conduct worship in 2nd Donegore. On 1st November Mr Johnston will conduct worship in 2nd Donegore,

A CD recording of the services at which Candidates conduct worship will be available to those unable to attend. Please speak to any Elder to order these.

The Kirk Session also notify the Congregation that on Wednesday 4th November at 8pm, there will be a meeting of the Congregation of 2nd Donegore to ascertain whether the qualified voters of the congregation desire to give a Call to any minister; and, if they should so desire and if any eligible minister should have the requisite measure of support, to have the Call to such minister adopted and signed.

The Kirk Session and Vacancy Commission would thank the Congregation for their faithful prayers for the Vacancy process, and would commend the Congregation to continued prayer for God's guidance during the remainder of the Vacancy  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    
 

 

 

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