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Mayor is special guest at Toy Sunday in Seymour Street Methodist Church

Pictured at morning worship in Seymour Street Methodist Church on Sunday morning 3rd December are L to R:  The Rev Brian Anderson, the Mayor - Councillor Trevor Lunn, the Mayoress - Mrs Laureen Lunn, David Dunlop - Society Steward and Desmond McCarthy - Property Steward.

The Mayor - Councillor Trevor Lunn and the Mayoress - Mrs Laureen Lunn were the special guests at Toy Sunday in Seymour Street Methodist Church on Sunday morning 3rd December where they accepted the children’s gifts of toys for Belfast Central Mission.

The Rev Brian Anderson (left) and the Seymour Street Praise Band that provided the praise at morning worship in Seymour Street Methodist Church on Sunday morning 3rd December.The minister, the Rev Brian Anderson welcomed his guests to the service and in his sermon entitled ‘Open your heart to strangers’ he spoke of how the innkeeper welcomed strangers Mary and Joseph and also how strangers – the wise men and the shepherds visited the baby Jesus.  In bringing the greetings of Lisburn City Council, the Mayor spoke of how the theme of the service ties in so appropriately with his Mayoral Theme to make ‘Lisburn a City for everyone’ and emphasised the need to embrace diversity.  He wished the congregation every success and concluded by wishing everyone a happy Christmas.

Belfast Bible College students Jessica Overhead from Argentina and her husband Matthew from England (now living in Dunmurry) assisted by the Rev Brian Anderson are pictured lighting the advent candle at morning worship in Seymour Street Methodist Church on Sunday morning 3rd December.During the service, Sarah Hinds and Ken McCrea gave an interesting overview of their experiences at a weekend at Castle Erin, Portrush.  Jacqueline Sweeney, Alan Lewis and the Seymour Street Praise Band led the praise.  The Bible reading from Luke 1: 5-25 and 39-45 was read by Naomi Gray.  Matthew Good, Michael Anderson and David McCrea led prayers for those suffering Aids.

 

04/12/2006