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P.W.A. Service at Railway Street

Ladies from the P.W.A. led the evening service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 30th October 2005.  Norma Coggins - President, welcomed the congregation and Dorothy McClelland and Edith McConnell led the prayers.  Elma Lindsay - Vice President, read a portion of scripture from Psalm 1 and Ephesians 3: 14 - 22, and Heather Henry read one her poems entitled ‘Rooted in Christ’.  In the address, Evelyn Whyte - Deaconess at First Lisburn, spoke about the importance of being ‘Rooted in Christ’ and letting our roots grow deep down into God and growing in our relationship with Him.

The church choir, accompanied by organist - Dr. Bertha Cowan led the praise and the soloist was Valerie Henderson.

P.W.A. office bearers pictured with some of the ladies who took part in the P.W.A. Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 30th October 2005.  L to R:  (front) Norma Coggins - President, Evelyn Whyte - Deaconess, First Lisburn and Elma Lindsay - Vice President. (back row) Heather Henry, Valerie Henderson, Jean Murray - Treasurer and Liz Menown - Secretary.

P.W.A. office bearers pictured with some of the ladies who took part in the P.W.A. Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 30th October 2005. 
L to R:  (front) Norma Coggins - President, Evelyn Whyte - Deaconess, First Lisburn and Elma Lindsay - Vice President. (back row) Heather Henry, Valerie Henderson, Jean Murray - Treasurer and Liz Menown - Secretary.

The Rev. Ian McIlroy and his wife Maureen, former members of Railway Street congregation, pictured at the P.W.A. Service in Railway Street on Sunday 30th October 2005.  Ian is now minister of Kirkmaiden and Stoneykirk Parishes in the Presbytery of Wigtown and Stranraer, Church of Scotland.

The Rev. Ian McIlroy and his wife Maureen, former members of Railway Street congregation, pictured at the P.W.A. Service in Railway Street on Sunday 30th October 2005.  Ian is now minister of Kirkmaiden and Stoneykirk Parishes in the Presbytery of Wigtown and Stranraer, Church of Scotland.