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Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland


Summer Epilogue Service in Lisburn Cathedral

Alistair Brattle

Pictured above is 13-year-old drummer Alistair Brattle, who together with his father David on keyboard, helped lead the lively praise at the Summer Epilogue Service in Lisburn Cathedral last Sunday evening.

During July and August the Lisburn city centre congregations of - Lisburn Cathedral, First Lisburn Presbyterian, Railway Street Presbyterian and Seymour Street Methodist, join for Summer Epilogue Services each Sunday evening at 8.00pm. John Quigley, Parish Reader, led the service in Lisburn Cathedral last Sunday evening; Evelyn Whyte (First Lisburn) read the Scripture lesson; the Rev Winston Good (Seymour Street Methodist) led the prayers and the Rev Brian Gibson (Railway Street Presbyterian) gave the address.

Jason Parker and the Cathedral Music Group led the lively praise with percussion provided by 13-year-old Alistair Brattle who has been playing drums for about 2� years and is currently working for his grade 4 drumming qualification.

The remaining Summer Epilogue Services will be held in the following city centre churches:

Sunday 27th July First Lisburn Presbyterian
Sunday 3rd August Seymour Street Methodist
Sunday 10th August Railway Street Presbyterian
Sunday 17th August Lisburn Cathedral
Sunday 24th August First Lisburn Presbyterian
Sunday 31st August Seymour Street Methodist