The Church of Ireland is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion which has 70 million members in 164 countries. The Diocese of Connor, in the Province of Armagh, is one of 12 dioceses on the island of Ireland. Although small geographically, covering County Antrim and part of County Londonderry, it has a large number of parishes within its boundary. Find out more about the Diocese below:
The Church of Ireland is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion which has 70 million members in 164 countries. The Diocese of Connor, in the Province of Armagh, is one of 12 dioceses on the island of Ireland.
Connor Diocesan Office is located in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. Our reception can be contacted on 028 9082 8832. Here, you will find contact details for all staff.
‘Engaging culture, equipping ministry, effecting change’ – in Connor Diocese, our ‘vision’ is nothing more than an articulation in our own diocesan context of what it means to love God, one another and our neighbour.
Connor Council for Mission seeks to deepen a sense of mission throughout all parishes within the diocese. To assist people wanting to be more involved in mission both at home and overseas the Council operates a Mission Support Fund to support any individual who seeks to become actively involved in mission either in Ireland or around the world.
Mothers’ Union (MU) is an international Christian membership movement that aims to demonstrate Christian faith through action. There are 45 branches in Connor Diocese.
The North Belfast Centre of Mission is a partnership between Church Army and the Diocese of Connor, launched in Sept 2015. Connect Base was opened in September 2016, and is currently based in St Columba’s Parish Church, Whiterock. Here you can read move about Connect Base and the work of the Church Army.