Updates from Rob & Karen
With Darran McCorriston at Ballyloughan, Ballymena
With the Glendermott Session
It was good for us to be at home for part of last weekend.
On Friday 7th February it was an honour to be a guest of Rev Andrew Thompson the chaplain of Ulster Rugby.
Karen and I enjoyed our visit to the Down Presbytery which was both varied and busy.
It’s been a wee while since I have been able to find the time to upload some photos from
Yes, it is rather late, but as we all enter 2014 may our confidence be in the Lord who is the same, yesterday, today and forever. As Moderator, I enjoyed a break over Christmas and it was really great to … more
Greetings from Belfast where Rachel arrived yesterday and Hannah arrives today.
The Advent Season started for us in Drogheda on Sunday past where Rob spoke at both the morning and evening services.
What a blessing it was for Karen and me to be back home and in the company of so many from Kilfennan and from the Presbytery of Derry and Donegal.
Karen and I enjoyed being back in Kilfennan so that I could conduct the wedding of Tracy Rosborough this afternoon.
Last Sunday past we began the day in Finvoy where we were pleased to meet up again with Rev Roy and Andrena Gaston.
On Tuesday 22nd and Thursday 24th October we attended and took part in the Celebrations of Global Mission which are organised annually by the Board of Mision Overseas.
Last Sunday I enjoyed being back with Alvin Little in Shore St Donaghadee.
Last week, as Moderator I attended several of the Boards of our Presbyterian Church – the Boards of Mission Overseas, Mission in Ireland, Social Witness and the General Board – I was chairing the latter.
Since I was last updating the website we have been on our travels and kept busy. On Sunday 6th October we completed our visit to the Ards Presbytery.
Yes, it does read 75th.
Apologies for the lack of information but I have been finding that September has been a very busy month.
Yes, we stood up for the Ulstermen at Ravenhill on Friday 13th and were disappointed to see them lose in the last minute to Glasgow.