A number of events will be held as part of the Dromore 2013 Weekend Mission.
The next event will be a weekend mission in Dromore High School between September 13-15, each night at 8pm.
Billy Patterson will once again be the main speaker and the Dromore 2012 choir will be taking part.
Stuart Elliot who played football for Motherwell, Hull City and Doncaster and has 36 international caps for Northern Ireland will share his testimony on Friday night.
Maria Gilpin from Portadown will be singing on Saturday night. Pamela Brown who works with the Stauros Foundation will be giving her testimony on Sunday night.
This weekend follows a number of events held earlier this year.
In April a Men’s Breakfast was organised in Dromore Rugby Club. The clubhouse was well filled to hear the Ulster Rugby captain Johann Muller speak passionately about his personal faith in Jesus Christ.
In July, Dromore Baptist Church ran a successful week of football training and evangelism with Coaching 4 Christ with over 100 children attending each day.
The vision statement of C4C is ‘to see the message of salvation found in the Bible transform lives, families and communities all over the world. To see those living without hope, finding hope in Jesus and discovering the life that God has always intended them to live.’
A spokesperson for Dromore 2013 said, “Undoubtedly our society is facing significant social, financial, psychological and spiritual concerns and dilemmas.
“Many people are encountering seemingly hopeless situations.
“However, as Christians we believe because Jesus Christ is alive we have a glorious hope. The Dromore 2013 Weekend Mission has been arranged to bring the good news of salvation and reconciliation in Jesus Christ.
“The Bible affirms that those who trust in Jesus Christ have a hope that is sure and steadfast. Everyone will be made very welcome.”