Thankyou for visiting our church website. Whether you are a member of the church or simply looking to find out whats happening in Drumcree please don't hestitate to contact us for further information.
On the site we try to provide relevant and uptodate information about the history of the church, the numerous events and clubs that are held in the church and its facilities and also provide podcasts of our services so please do subscribe and keep up to date with all that's happening.
We must take this opportunity though to explain what this church's aims and beliefs are. The churches aim is our vision, more information on this can be found under the church section of the site.
What we believe
GOD is the all powerful, ever present, eternal creator of the universe. He is loving and just and is personally involved in the lives of people. JESUS is God in human form. He was born of a virgin, lived a perfect and sin free life, was crucified on the cross, was buried, rose from the dead, and is coming back. THE HOLY SPIRIT is God's presence in this world, lived in and through the lives of the followers of Jesus Christ and is evident in the life of followers through actions and attitudes. The role of the Holy Spirit is to provide guidance, convict, confirm, and comfort the human heart. He gives gifts to men as He chooses. We believe THE BIBLE was written by men as directed by God. It is the only accurate and absolute source of truth. We believe it is a practical guide for life. ALL MANKIND has sinned and as a result of that free choice, relationship with God is severed. Man is destined for hell and helpless on his own to change that destiny. GOD OFFERED A SOLUTION to man's dilemma - the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The relationship with God is restored when man accepts that solution and puts his trust in God. Trust is demonstrated through man's repentance, confession, and baptism, resulting in a changed life. We believe a person in relationship with Christ will purposefully arrange the habits and practices of his life in order to answer the question, "IF JESUS HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE, HOW WOULD HE LIVE IT?"