Loughbrickland Fellowship reveals New Year resolutions

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January being the time of diets, health regimes and resolutions, Loughbrickland Black Evangelical Fellowship has set its resolution to reach out to more people, and to invite more people to come along to its meetings.

The Fellowship’s first meeting of 2016 will be in the Sir Henry Wilson Memorial Orange Hall, Loughbrickland on Tuesday January 12 at 8pm.

Special guest speaker will be Pastor Trevor Gillanders.

Pastor Gillanders has been in charge of Abbott’s Cross Congregational Church in Newtownabbey for the past five years, and before that he was the pastor at Larne Mission Hall for seven years.

He previously worked with the Faith Mission for 14 years.

Trevor is originally from County Monaghan, but now lives in Jordanstown. He is married to Esther and they have two sons, Darren and Gregory.

When he was inducted as pastor of Abbott’s Cross Congregational Church Trevor said: “My vision for the church is that God will be experienced in a deeper way - worshipped from hearts that are full of praise to Him.

“And also for a church that reaches out to the local community in a relevant and effective way, showing all that Jesus truly is the answer to every need that exists in the human heart today.”

Trevor will be bringing a Gospel address to the meeting and the word in song will be brought by Leanne Montgomery from Dungannon.

The meeting is open to men and women and there will be a light supper afterwards.