We are a church of ordinary people. We are a place where God and His Word are honoured. Every soul is valued by God, and we would love to have you as a part of that fellowship. We are a people who serve the Lord Jesus Christ. We are the Bangor church of Christ, and you can be too. 


To preach and teach the simple Gospel of Christ found in the pages of the New Testament. We want to share God's message with lost souls, and support and encourage everyone to live in full accordance with the will of God, glorifying Him in every part of their lives, whether at home, at work, or in the community (Matthew 28:19-20).

We follow the pattern of the New Testament. That means every Sunday we meet together to worship God.

Just like they did in the first century church, our worship is directed to God, and includes preaching, acappella singing, prayer, sharing the Lord’s Supper, and giving back to God from our means. We worship this way every Lord’s day (Acts 20:7).

For us, church doesn't stop Sunday night. We are the church and we live our lives in a way that brings glory to God. We try to be like Jesus in our daily lives, from conversations with friends to how we do our jobs, we always try to be kind, patient, and loving. We don't always get that right. We're not perfect, but Jesus is, and through Him we do our best and that is all that God requires (1 John 1:7).  

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Colin Graham

Born in Belfast, Colin has been a faithful minister of God's word for more than thirty years. Beginning in 2000, he has been the minister here in Bangor for nineteen years. He holds a doctorate in theology.

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Jordan Graham

Jordan grew up in Bangor and began his ministry here in 2018 with his wife and three children. Jordan graduated from the SouthEast Institute of Biblical Studies in 2018 with a Bachelor's degree.


There are many churches that you could choose from. If you walk down the main street of most European towns you will see everything from beautiful cathedrals to humble wooden frames. Why the Church of Christ?

We believe that the church belongs to Jesus, and naturally what he wants for His church is what we should do. He died for it after all (Acts 20:28). 

We don't use any creed or confession of faith written by men. We open up the Bible, and what it says is what we do, and what it tells us not to do we stay away from. This causes a simple but profound unity based on the word of God. We don't argue over opinions or views but we turn each time to God's inspired word. There you will find the answers only God can give.