The Rev William Henry pictured
with David Thompson - Director of Music, Gertrude
Jamieson - pianist and members of Dromore and
District Male Voice Choir who led the praise at a
harvest thanksgiving service in Ballinderry
Presbyterian Church last Monday evening.
A weekend of harvest celebrations at
Ballinderry Presbyterian Church concluded last Monday with an
evening of praise by Dromore and District Male Voice Choir.
Conducted by Director of Music, David Thompson and accompanied
by Gertrude Jamieson on piano, the choir sang, ‘Holy, Holy,
Holy’, ‘Come let us to the Lord our God’, ‘Walking with Thee’,
‘Rocking my soul’, ‘Guide me O thou great Jehovah’, ‘Here is
love, vast as the ocean’ and ‘When I survey the wondrous cross’.
George Ellis on organ led the
congregational singing. The hymns were, ‘Come ye thankful people
come’, ‘For the beauty of the earth’, ‘Fountain of mercy, God of
love’ and ‘How great thou art’.
The Rev William Henry led the service and
welcomed the congregation, the choir and all visitors. In his
address based on Hosea 10 v 10-15, he spoke that while there is
an importance of being content with what we have and giving God
thanks for our many blessings, there is a danger of being overly
content even spiritually! He emphasising the need to give God
the central place in our lives explaining that God wants us to
give our all because He gave His all for us, so freely on the
The service was followed by a harvest
supper in the church hall.
The Rev William Henry was also the speaker
at the harvest thanksgiving service last Sunday morning and the
Rev Angus Stewart, minister of Dundrod Presbyterian Church, was
the guest speaker on Sunday evening.