The Lisburn City Centre Ministers’ Fellowship comprises of ministers from seven Lisburn city centre churches, they are:
|Rev. Brian Anderson||Seymour Street Methodist Church|
|Rev. John Brackenridge||First Lisburn Presbyterian Church|
|Rev. Paul Dundas||Christ Church|
|Rev. Brian Gibson||Railway Street Presbyterian Church|
|Pastor George Hilary||Lisburn Christian Fellowship|
|The Very Rev. Dermot McCaughan , P.P.||St Patrick’s Church|
|Canon Sam Wright||Lisburn Cathedral|
Seymour Street Methodist.
First Lisburn Presbyterian Church.
Canon Sam Wright
The Very Rev.
Rev. Brian Gibson
Pastor George Hilary
Lisburn Christian Fellowship
The Lisburn City Centre Ministers’ Fellowship meet monthly to:
Each Easter, they organise the Good Friday ‘Carrying of the Cross’ march of witness in Lisburn. Led by the ministers, the procession makes its way along Bow Street to Market Square for a short act of Worship, witnessing the importance of the Lord’s death and resurrection as our only hope for life and eternity.
In December each year, they organise a “Carols In the City” Christmas concert, which is held in the Island Hall, Lagan Valley Island, bringing together people from all sections of our community to celebrate the message of Christmas in a spirit of oneness and festive joy. Money raised is donated to local charities. Proceeds from the 2003 Christmas concert were donated to Thompson House and Tear Fund; and proceeds from the 2004 concert were donated to Prospects and Trocaire.
During the months of July and August four of the city centre congregations - Seymour Street Methodist, First Lisburn, Railway Street and Lisburn Cathedral, join for a Summer Epilogue Service at 8.00pm.
Some of the events and services organised by the City Centre Ministers’ Fellowship can be seen by clicking on the following links:
Lisburn City Centre Ministers are pictured presenting proceeds from the 2003 “Carols In The City” concert to representatives from Thompson House and Tear Fund. L to R: Pastor George Hilary - Lisburn Christian Fellowship, Rev Brian Anderson - Seymour Street Methodist, Tim Magowan - Tear Fund Regional Manager, Marie McStay - Vice Chairman of Friends of Thompson House, Ivan Coffey - Chairman of Friends of Thompson House and Rev Brian Gibson - Railway Street Presbyterian Church. Missing from the photograph: Rev John Brackenridge - 1stLisburn, Father Sean Rogan - St Patricks and Canon Sam Wright - Lisburn Cathedral.
Canon Sam Wright - Lisburn Cathedral, Rev. Brian Anderson - Seymour Street Methodist, Pastor George Hilary - Lisburn Christian Fellowship, Paul Clarke - UTV, Rev. John Brackenridge - 1stLisburn Presbyterian Church and Father Sean Rogan - St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, pictured at the ‘Carols in the City’ concert in Lagan Valley Island on Wednesday 1stDecember 2004. Missing from the photo: Rev. Brian Gibson - Railway Street Presbyterian Church.
A combined choir from Fort Hill Primary School and St. Joseph’s Primary School who sang at the ‘Carols in the City’ concert in Lagan Valley Island on Wednesday 1st December 2004. Included in the photo is: Maria Gough - Principal of St. Joseph’s Primary School (left), Lindsey Malcolm and Rosemary Irvine - Fort Hill Primary School; and Nuala and Monica McGoran - St. Joseph��s Primary School (right).