Church & Community Partnerships

Christians Against Poverty Lisburn Debt Centre - Over 10 Churches in Lisburn have developed this ministry and outreach in our city in 2014 under the leadership of Paul Bailie. We are delighted to be supporting this outreach to those caught up with debt issues.

Simon Community Hostel - We provide a soup or pizza run once a month to the hostel as well as bringing gifts of tinned food three times a year at Easter, Harvest and Christmas

Old Manor House - We lead a service of Christian Worship on the Tuesday of each month at 2pm in this home.

Lisburn City Centre Minister’s Fellowship - This consists of seven churches and the clergy meet once a month to have fellowship, pray and look at ways to display unity and a Christian witness in the city. The chair from 2014 - 2016 was the Rev Paul Dundas.

Local Schools - The clergy of the Parish takes assembles in Central Primary School once a month and once a term in Old Warren Primary School. Both schools have parishioners who serve on the Board of Governors.

Lisburn District PSNI Carol Service - This annual service in December has been such a blessing to the community through partnerships and personal links. Local schools continue to be part of this act of Christian worship.

Lisburn Foodbank – There are around 20 churches supporting this project at Lisburn City Church and a number of parishioners volunteer at the Foodbank.  Parishioners donate food items on a weekly basis