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District Girls’ Brigade Service in First Lisburn

About 400 girls and officers attended the Lagan District Annual Girls’ Brigade Service in First Lisburn Presbyterian Church last Sunday afternoon.  The 14 Girl Brigade Company’s represented were:  Drumbo, Dunmurry, Elmwood, First Lisburn, Kilmakee, Legacurry, Magheragall and Sloan Street Presbyterian; Seymour Street, Seymour Hill and Trinity Methodist; St. Paul’s and Lambeg Parish; and Lisburn Congregational.

The special guests were The Right Worshipful the Mayor - Councillor Jonathan Craig and the Mayoress - Mrs Yvonne Craig and their children Nathan and Joanna.  The Rev. John Brackenridge led the service; the Rev. Andrew Thompson - Elmwood gave the prayers; Nicola Anderson, Harriet Davis and Sophie Brackenridge gave the Scripture reading; Anita Adrain - Scripture Union gave the address; and Lyndsay Parr - Piano and vocalists - Karen Orr (Drumbo GB) and Heather Vient (First Lisburn GB) led the praise accompanied by the First Lisburn praise band. The offering was taken for Childline, this year’s chosen Girls’ Brigade charity.

First Lisburn Girls’ Brigade at the Lagan District Annual Girls’ Brigade Service in First Lisburn Presbyterian Church last Sunday afternoon.  Included are officers and leaders L to R:  Maureen Kilner - Captain, Karen McClurg, Nicola Anderson, Nadine Anderson, Suzanne Scott, Sheila Hammonds and Melanie Minshuell.

Pictured at the Lagan District Annual Girls’ Brigade Service in First Lisburn Presbyterian Church last Sunday afternoon is L to R:  (front) Karen McClurg, Latifa McCullagh - Assistant District Commissioner, Rev. Andrew Thompson - Elmwood, The Right Worshipful the Mayor - Councillor Jonathan Craig and the Mayoress - Mrs Yvonne Craig and their children Nathan and Joanna, Rev. John Brackenbridge - First Lisburn, Anne Russell - District Commissioner and Tracey Allen.  (back row) Kathryn Millen, Rachel Robinson, Maureen Kilner - Captain (First Lisburn), Dynika Kidd and Nadine Anderson.