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Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland

Four young leaders recall the "Heatwave" at Railway Street

Some of the leaders and children who took part in a Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 7th August 2005, recalling a fun-packed week at the 2005 Holiday Bible Club called “Heatwave”. Pictured L to R: Young leaders - Emma Cochrane, Jamie Humphries, Jordan Humphries and Lauren Mulholland. (back row - on leader’s shoulders) Anna Curragh, Sarah Jane Jamieson and Katie Jamieson. (second row) Matthew Menown, Alex Reid, Hannah Brown, Sam Brown, Sara Menown, Matthew Nelson, Ross Mulholland, Daniel Nelson and Joshua Curragh. (front row) David Wallace, Tim Curragh, Ben Nelson and Robbie Jamieson.DURING the children's spot at a service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church las Sunday, four young leaders, Jamie and Jordan Humphries, Emma Cochrane and Lauren Mulholland, recalled a fun-packed week at Railway Street's Holiday Bible Club called 'Heatwave'. Led by Jamie and Jordan Humphries, the congregation joined the children in singing the 'Heatwave' theme song. Emma Cochrane familiarised every-on with the week's memory verses and Lauren Mulholland give a brief overview of the 'Heatwave' programme, which included Bible Stories, quizzes, games, singing, drama, craft, group work, aerobics and much more.

Lively music and singing at the 2005 Holiday Bible Club called “Heatwave” was led by Alan Wall - Keyboards and L to R: Adam Woods and Steven Woods - Guitar and Peter McKibben – Percussion. The club was held from Monday August 1 to Friday August 5 at 10.30am to 12.30pm for children of primary school age. Led by Deepak Samson and Louise Clarke, the team of young leaders were Jamie Humphries, Jordon Humphries, Emma Cochrane, Lauren Mulholland, Emma Hughes, Alan Wall, Peter McKibben, Adam Woods, Steven Woods, Rowan Davidson, Jonathan Davidson and Philip Hutchinson.

Looking back on the week Jamie Humphries commented: "The week was a great success, with around fifty excited children attending each day. "All who attended had a great time and went away hopefully having learned something more about Jesus. "The whole team and all the kids are thoroughly looking forward to another week of fun at next year's Holiday Bible Club."

Ulster Star