Pictured at a fundraising Barbeque
last Friday evening (25th May) are some members of
Hillsborough Presbyterian Church who are going on a
fifteen-day missionary outreach to Malawi in July
working with Habitat for Humanity. L to R: (back
row) Lisa McClelland, Pamela Gourley and Jenny Hicks
- leaders, Kathryn McCrossan and Claire Warnock.
(front row) Richard Jess, Andrew Fitzpatrick and
Victor Currie - Musical Director
(left in front row) and Lisburn Saxophone Ensemble
provided the musical entertainment at a fundraising
Barbeque at Hillsborough Presbyterian Church last
Friday evening (25th May). Included in the photo are
the minister, the Rev John Davey (left in back row)
and members of the Young Adults Group (YAG) who
organised the event.
Members of Hillsborough Presbyterian Church Young Adults Group (YAG)
held a fundraising Barbeque last Friday evening (25th May) to
support fifteen members of the church who are going on a
fifteen-day missionary outreach to Malawi on 13th July. Lisburn
Saxophone Ensemble under the musical direction of Victor Currie
provided the music entertainment during the evening.
The Hillsborough team comprising of - Kathryn McCrossan, Claire
Warnock, Richard Jess, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Derek McClelland,
Jane McKibben, David McMullan, Andrew Gardner, Emma Skelton,
Jill Dornan, Louise Lemon and Chris Scott and leaders Lisa
McClelland, Pamela Gourley and Jenny Hicks will be working with
Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat for Humanity is a non-denominational Christian charity
dedicated to eliminating poverty housing worldwide which builds
and renovates simple, decent homes with the help of homeowner
families, through volunteer labour and donations of money and