A Ladies Night was held at Legacurry
Presbyterian Church on Saturday 6th May to raise
funds for six young people from the church who will be going
overseas on missionary outreach work in August. The event
included various stalls for jewellery, cards and cakes; and the
opportunity to have a manicure. There was also an auction of
talents that included: driving lessons, piano lessons, guitar
lessons, gardening, washing cars, washing windows, motorbike
rides to a seaside town for ice cream and even cooking a
romantic candlelight meal for two.
Natalie Trainor - Legacurry’s Family and
Youth Worker, Christina Dobson, Michelle Graham, Lynsey Liddle
and Clare Liddle will be going to Romania from Thursday 3rd
to Friday 18th August, where they will be involved in
running a Youth Camp organised by Eastern Europe for Christ.
Also in August, Andrew Liddle will be going to Kenya where he
will be involved in a film project to produce Sunday School
training material for use throughout the Presbyterian Church of
Five members of Legacurry
Presbyterian Church who will be going to Romania in
August. L to R: (front) Natalie Trainor - Team
Leader, Clare Liddle and Lynsey Liddle. (back)
Michelle Graham and Christina Dobson.
Andrew Liddle from
Legacurry Presbyterian Church who is going to Kenya
Some of the people whose talents
were auctioned at a Ladies Night at Legacurry
Presbyterian Church on Saturday 6th May.
L to R: (front) Rev. Bobby Liddle with Natalie
Trainor and Ashley Gray on the motorbike. (back row)
Adam Thompson, Julian Gray, Thomas Crawford, Patrick
Magee, Timothy Ferguson, Peter McKibben, Andrew
Liddle and Kenneth Nelson - Assistant Minister.