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Lisburn Elim’s breakfast and family service is a great success

Pastors - Norman Christie (left) and Roy Johnston (right) pictured with Gareth (Spud) Murphy – Youth Worker and Evangelist from Crown Jesus Ministries, who was guest speaker at the United Service in Lisburn City Elim Pentecostal Church last Sunday morning. Some of the enthusiastic audience pictured at last Sunday morning’s United Service in Lisburn City Elim Pentecostal Church

Pastors - Norman Christie (left) and Roy Johnston (right) pictured with Gareth (Spud) Murphy – Youth Worker and Evangelist from Crown Jesus Ministries, who was guest speaker at the United Service in Lisburn City Elim Pentecostal Church last Sunday morning.

Some of the enthusiastic audience pictured at last Sunday morning’s United Service in Lisburn City Elim Pentecostal Church

Lisburn Elim’s morning Sunday School - ‘J.A.M.’ (Jesus and Me) meets at 10.15am and the teachers are always glad to see the children there, but, what about the Mums and Dads, not to mention the relatives?” Concerned about the absence of some parents at morning worship, Pastor Norman Christie and Pastor Roy Johnston decided to hold a breakfast and united service for the whole family and the first one, held last Sunday, was a huge success.  The guest speaker was Gareth (Spud) Murphy - Youth Worker and Evangelist from Crown Jesus Ministries who presented the Good News in an enthusiastic manner to and equally enthusiastic audience.  Casual dress and happy participation by children and adults was the order of the day and after the half-hour service, entire families sat down to a most enjoyable ‘low calorie’ fry-up prepared by the ladies from the Church Fellowship.

 Members of the congregation arriving for the morning worship at 11.30am were welcomed by the wafting aroma of sausage, bacon and egg and were delighted to see such a huge turnout at the earlier service, many of whom remained for further worship.  Following on from the success of last weeks United Service, another one is planned for Sunday 26th March at 10.15am and all new comers will be most welcome.