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Hillsborough Ladies Fellowship choir are special guests at Knocknadona

Rev Dr Stanley Barnes (second from left), minister of Hillsborough Free Presbyterian pictured last Sunday evening with Knocknadona Hall leaders - John Thompson (left), Mrs Maud Belshaw, Jim Gordon and Fred Gordon. Patricia Hamilton, Elizabeth Cordner and members of Hillsborough Ladies Fellowship Choir pictured at Knocknadona Hall last Sunday evening.

Rev Dr Stanley Barnes (second from left), minister of Hillsborough Free Presbyterian pictured last Sunday evening with Knocknadona Hall leaders - John Thompson (left), Mrs Maud Belshaw, Jim Gordon and Fred Gordon.

Patricia Hamilton, Elizabeth Cordner and members of Hillsborough Ladies Fellowship Choir pictured at Knocknadona Hall last Sunday evening.

The Rev Dr Stanley Barnes, minister of Hillsborough Free Presbyterian and Hillsborough Ladies Fellowship Choir were the special guests at Knocknadona Hall last Sunday evening.

Fred Gordon led this the first service after the summer break.  In his address based on Luke 15 - The Lost Sheep, Dr Barnes pointed out that the sheep was - Lost, The sheep was - Loved, and the sheep was - Lifted.  Explaining how the lost sheep was saved, lifted and laid on the shepherd’s shoulders for safekeeping, he concluded that the Shepherd that does the saving also does the keeping.

The Hillsborough Ladies Fellowship Choir, led by Patricia Hamilton and accompanied on piano by Elizabeth Cordner sang, ‘When I Saw the Cleansing Fountain’; ‘The Chimes of Time’; and ‘It May be the Last Time’.