Over the summer, the Lisburn city centre congregations of Seymour Street Methodist, Lisburn Cathedral and First Lisburn and Railway Street Presbyterian have come together for an epilogue service each Sunday evening.
The venue on August 18 was Lisburn Cathedral. The service was led by the curate, the Rev Simon Genoe and the praise was led by the Lisburn Cathedral Worship Team. The Scripture lesson was read by the Rev John Brackenridge (First Lisburn Presbyterian); the prayers by the Rev Brian Anderson (Seymour Street Methodist) and the address was given by the Rev Brian Gibson, who will retire as minister of Railway Street Presbyterian Church in October.
In his final epilogue address, Mr Gibson recalled the outreach work of the Lisburn City Centre Ministers’ Fellowship which comprises of ministers from seven Lisburn city centre churches – Seymour Street Methodist, Lisburn Cathedral, Christ Church, St Patrick’s, Lisburn Christian Fellowship, First Lisburn and Railway Street.