We would like to wish
you a very warm welcome from Clogherney Presbyterian Church. We hope that you will enjoy browsing through
our website and that it may give you a glimpse into church life in
As a congregation we feel moved to reach out and share with others the good news of Christs saving grace and the work and activities in which we are involved. We would love for you to join us in any of these activities and if you would like to contact us with any questions we would love to hear from you.
“God gives blessings to us so that we can give blessings to others.”
feel lost or that God is calling you and you are not yet a Christian, it is as
simple as saying a prayer.
There is no special prayer and you can pray your own words, just pray from the heart to God and he will save you. If you do not know what words to use, here is a prayer you can use.
"Dear Lord, I know that I am a sinner and have lived for myself and not you. I am sorry and I repent. I believe you died on the cross to save me. I want to receive the forgiveness made freely available to me through your sacrifice. Come into my life now Lord and take control of it, be my Lord and my saviour. Help me live each day in a way that pleases you. Amen."
If you are wondering what to do next as a new Christian, why not come along and join us or feel free to contact us by calling Rev Norman Smyth 028 8075 7362 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
May you know the Lords blessing and may we see you or hear from you soon.
Church in Co. Tyrone is situated just off the A5 Ballygawley to Omagh Road about 6 miles south of Omagh. For Sat Nav or Google maps use BT79 0UR.
We have an active Missionary Committee and have links with Naomi Keefe in Brazil, Csaba and Ilona Veres in Romania and Stephen and Lesley-Ann Lockington in Corboy and Mullingar.
During the week
a range of organisations includes Indoor Bowling Club, Craft Club, Mid-week
Bible Study and prayer Meeting, Presbyterian Women’s Association, Youth Club
and Youth Fellowship.
To bring people to know Jesus
To be a welcoming, caring Christian fellowship
To develop people to Christlike maturity
To equip people for ministry in the Church and outreach to others