|Organist Mark Mulligan (fifth from left) and Drumbo Presbyterian Church Choir pictured at a service last Sunday morning celebrating the 150th anniversary of the ‘1859 Revival’.|
A number of special services were held in Drumbo Presbyterian Church last weekend to give thanks to God for the 1859 Revival and celebrating His amazing grace. The guest speakers were: Rev Jonathan Currie, Mr Trevor Matthews and the Rev John Dixon.
At Sunday morning worship, Trevor Matthews (Director of Faith Mission) spoke on the topic of the valley of dry bones emphasising the need to be Vitalised, Energised, Mobilised and Utilised for Christ. Trevor went on to challenge the congregation to do something more for God and pledge to preach and pray for revival.
|Drumbo Presbyterian Church Praise Band pictured at a service last Sunday morning celebrating the 150th anniversary of the ‘1859 Revival’. L to R: (back) Trevor Wilson, Ruth Trimble, Esther Boreland, Emma Byrne, Stuart Leeburn and Matthew Glenn. (front) Bill McCord (at drums), Andrew Milligan and James Milligan.|