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Spring tea and special service

At a special evening service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 11th May are L to R:  (seated) Rosie Cowan, Bertha Cowan and Janet Ferguson.  (back row) Rev Adrian McLernon (Convenor of the Vacancy), Stephen Johnston, Keith Bailie and Valerie Henderson.

At a special evening service in Railway Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday 11th May are L to R: (seated) Rosie Cowan, Bertha Cowan and Janet Ferguson. (back row) Rev Adrian McLernon (Convenor of the Vacancy), Stephen Johnston, Keith Bailie and Valerie Henderson.

Senior members of Railway Street Presbyterian Church enjoyed a ‘Spring Tea’ prior to attending the evening service on Sunday May 11.

The tea, which was prepared by Railway Street’s Friendship Visitors, was served by young members of the congregation and was enjoyed by all.

The special service which followed was conducted by the Rev Adrian McLernon, Convenor of the Vacancy.

The praise was led by Bertha Cowan (Piano), Janet Ferguson (Cello) and Rosie Cowan (Violin).

Valerie Henderson added to the Spring theme as she sang the solo ‘All in the April evening’ and Keith Bailie also sang the solo ‘Softly and tenderly’.

 

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