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New Minister is welcomed to Lisburn

The Rev Mervyn Ewing and his wife Helena are welcomed to their first Lisburn city centre churches summer epilogue service by Roger Thompson, Clerk of Session of Railway Street Presbyterian Church and also the Rev Canon Sam Wright, Rector of Lisburn Cathedral and Shirley Carrington, Lay Pastoral Assistant of Seymour Street Methodist (left) and Evelyn Whyte, Deaconess of First Lisburn Presbyterian (right).

The Rev Mervyn Ewing and his wife Helena are welcomed to their first Lisburn city centre churches summer epilogue service by Roger Thompson, Clerk of Session of Railway Street Presbyterian Church and also the Rev Canon Sam Wright, Rector of Lisburn Cathedral and Shirley Carrington, Lay Pastoral Assistant of Seymour Street Methodist (left) and Evelyn Whyte, Deaconess of First Lisburn Presbyterian (right).

Rev Mervyn Ewing, the new minister of Seymour Street Methodist Church, was welcomed by representatives from some of Lisburn’s city centre churches to his first summer epilogue service in Lisburn which on that evening (Sunday July 13) was held in Railway Street Presbyterian Church.

Previously minister of Jennymount Methodist Church, York Road, North Belfast, he conducted his first service at Seymour Street Methodist Church on Sunday morning (July 13).

Mr Ewing succeeds the Rev Brian Anderson who, after serving the Lisburn community for ten years, has moved to become the new minister of Wesley Centenary Methodist Church, Bangor.

 

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