From this Week's Ulster Star: Harvest Celebrations

The front of Railway Street Presbyterian Church awash with colourful flowers, fruit and vegetables for the Harvest Thanksgiving Services on Sunday 16th October

The front of Railway Street Presbyterian Church awash with colourful flowers, fruit and vegetables for the Harvest Thanksgiving Services on Sunday 16th October

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Railway Street Presbyterian harvest celebrations

Christina Wallace, Hannah McMillen, Adam Wood, Matthew Menown, Ben McCleary and Andrew McGrath pictured prior to leading the harvest thanksgiving praise.

Christina Wallace, Hannah McMillen, Adam Wood, Matthew Menown, Ben McCleary and Andrew McGrath pictured prior to leading the harvest thanksgiving praise.

Some young musicians pictured leading the harvest thanksgiving praise

Some young musicians pictured leading the harvest thanksgiving praise

The Mayor and Mayoress of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council pictured with the minister, PW members and church elders in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday afternoon 15th October when the city centre church was open for everyone to view the Harvest decorations.  Included is L to R: (front row) Rev Michael Davidson, Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE (Mayor), Elma Lindsay (Display Co-ordinator), Rosalind Bloomfield (Mayoress), Elisabeth Thompson (PW Leader) and Roger Thompson (Clerk of Session).  (back row) Maurice Gowdy, Carolyn Gowdy, Vera Watson, David Artt, Margaret Artt, Elaine Mitchell, Barbara Bailie and Gordon Lindsay.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council pictured with the minister, PW members and church elders in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday afternoon 15th October when the city centre church was open for everyone to view the Harvest decorations. Included is L to R: (front row) Rev Michael Davidson, Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE (Mayor), Elma Lindsay (Display Co-ordinator), Rosalind Bloomfield (Mayoress), Elisabeth Thompson (PW Leader) and Roger Thompson (Clerk of Session). (back row) Maurice Gowdy, Carolyn Gowdy, Vera Watson, David Artt, Margaret Artt, Elaine Mitchell, Barbara Bailie and Gordon Lindsay.

Gordon and Elma Lindsay pictured with their daughter Sarah McKinstry and grandchildren Sam and Molly at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

Gordon and Elma Lindsay pictured with their daughter Sarah McKinstry and grandchildren Sam and Molly at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

Rev Michael Davidson and his wife Linda pictured with their children Joanna, Emily and Stephen at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

Rev Michael Davidson and his wife Linda pictured with their children Joanna, Emily and Stephen at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

Sarah McKinstry and her daughter Molly pictured at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

Sarah McKinstry and her daughter Molly pictured at one of the harvest displays at the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th October

John Kelly pictured presenting a copy of his book to the Mayor and Mayoress of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE and Mrs Rosalind Bloomfield as a memento of their visit to Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday afternoon 15th October.  The book entitled, Footprints on the Sands of Time charts the 150 year history of Railway Street Presbyterian Church (1860 to 2008)

John Kelly pictured presenting a copy of his book to the Mayor and Mayoress of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE and Mrs Rosalind Bloomfield as a memento of their visit to Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday afternoon 15th October. The book entitled, Footprints on the Sands of Time charts the 150 year history of Railway Street Presbyterian Church (1860 to 2008)