The Lords Work & Workers
Bridge of Weir: Hope Hall at 7.00pm. M Brown, D Grant.
Culloden: Annual Conference to be held in Millburn Academy, Inverness at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. I Affleck, P Harding, R Thomson.
Gorgie: Edinburgh, Gospel Hall, 4 Smithfield Street. Bible Reading at 7.00pm (Judges 13.1-25).
Gourock: Bethany Hall. Annual Conference at 3.30pm. W Banks, J McMaster, J Paterson. J McMaster continues in ministry on Lords Day at 3.45pm and Monday at 8.00pm.
Hamilton: Low Waters Gospel Hall, Hall Street at 6.30pm. R Revie (Ministry and Report).
Kennoway: Arnot Gospel Hall, Cupar Road at 7.00pm. J Paterson (jnr).
Kilmarnock: Elim Hall, Cuthbert Place. Annual Conference at 3.00pm. S Grant, M Radcliffe, P Coulson. (Interval for tea after 1st speaker with supper served at close of conference). Mr Coulson continues in ministry Monday to Thursday at 7.45pm.
Livingston: Gospel Hall, Deans at 6.30pm. R Cameron, G Gilmour.
New Stevenston: Assembly Hall at 6.30pm. C Hutchison, B Martin.
Perth: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. S Banks.
Shieldhill: Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. R Stephen, S Arbuthnot.
Ashgill: Bethany Hall at 7.30pm. T Wilson, I Steele.
Aberdeen: Holburn Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. I Affleck.
Bishopton: Gospel Hall at 6.45pm. G Burnett, A Foster.
Larkhall: Albion Hall at 6.30pm. S Arbuthnot, G Meikle.
Lesmahagow: Hope Hall, Annual Conference at 3.30pm. J Buchanan, J Dunlop.
Methil: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. A Summers.
Muirhead: Moorpark Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. K Banks.
Plains: Elim Gospel Hall. Conference weekend. Friday 7th, Bible Reading at 7.30pm. B Currie (Galatians 6). Saturday, Conference at 3.00pm. B Currie, R Miller, D West. Lords Day, Ministry at 2.00pm. B Currie, R Miller, D West. Gospel at 8.00pm.
Prestwick: Bethany Hall, Glenburn at 7.00pm. I Robertson.
Stevenston: Townhead Christian Fellowship at 7.00pm. R McMillan.
Dunfermline: Hospital Hill Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. "The triune God - Scriptural proofs of the trinity".
Ayr: Gospel Hall, Prestwick Road. Bible Reading at 7.00pm (Colossians 1.15-29). J Hay.
Larbert: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. J Paterson.
Larkhall: Hareleeshill Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. A Foster, J Paterson (snr).
Linthouse: Glasgow, Bethesda Hall at 7.00pm. A Pollard, M Wilkie.
Motherwell: Shields Road Gospel Hall. Prayer at 3.00pm in the Gospel Hall. Open air meeting at 3.30pm. Gospel meeting at 6.00pm. in Muirhouse Community Centre, M Johnston.
St Monans: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. G Gilmour.
Whitburn: West End Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. P Coulson, I Steele.
Chapelhall: Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. J Baker, A Pollard.
Falkirk: Thornhill Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. A Sinclair, R Thomson.
Hamilton: High Parks Gospel Hall at 6.45pm. J Grant, R Miller.
Kirkcaldy: Gospel Hall, Hayfield Road at 7.30pm. R Cargill
Kirkconnel: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. S Grant, R Marshall.
Dunfermline: Hospital Hill Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. "The days of creation - lessons for today".
Ballingry: Gospel Hall, Southfield Avenue at 7.00pm. Ministering brethren expected.
Glasgow: Eastpark Gospel Hall, Avenuepark Street, Maryhill at 7.30pm. W Banks.
Prestwick: Bute Hall. Homeworkers Day at 7.00pm. J Hay (preaching and teaching), G Haxton (prison/Bible class), I Robertson (drugs/alcohol). Mr Hay continues in ministry on Lords Day at 8.00pm and Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm. ("Christian conduct in view of His coming").
Wishaw: Ebenezer Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 3.30pm. S Gillespie, S Grant, B Martin.
Aberdeen: Holburn Gospel Hall. Homeworkers Report Meeting at 7.00pm. G Meikle, P Coulson. Mr Coulson continues in ministry Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Bridge of Weir: Hope Hall. Friday at 8.00pm, I Affleck (report on India). Saturday, Conference at 3.00pm in Cargill Hall, Lintwhite Crescent. I Affleck, J Coltman, I Wilkie. Mr Coltman continues on Lords Day at 4.00pm.
Gorgie: Edinburgh, Gospel Hall, 4 Smithfield Street. Bible Reading at 7.00pm (Judges 14.1-20).
Hamilton: Low Waters Gospel Hall. Conference Weekend. Friday at 7.45pm. Bible Reading. J Wishart (Romans 12). Saturday, Conference at 3.30pm. D Mowat, A Sinclair, J Wishart. Lords Day at 3.00pm, Ministry, D Mowat, J Wishart, Gospel at 6.45pm. J Wishart. Mr Wishart continues on Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Kennoway: Arnot Gospel Hall, Cupar Road at 7.00pm. J Stubbs.
Livingston: Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. S Arbuthnot, T Wilson.
New Stevenston: Assembly Hall at 6.30pm. N Mellish, J Harrison.
Perth: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. I Steele.
Shieldhill: Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. R Cargill, W Banks.
N. IRELAND Forthcoming
Armagh: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. W J Nesbitt.
Ballymagarrick: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. S Jennings.
Ballymena: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. H S Paisley.
Cloughfern: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Allen.
Lungs: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 2.00pm.
Portstewart Gospel Hall: Ministry, H S Paisley.
Shanaghan: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 12 noon.
Armagh: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. S Maze, G Woods (Report meeting).
Ballymena: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. M Pratt, A Christopherson.
Cloughfern: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. S Jennings.
Donemana: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 1.30pm.
Armagh: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. B Currie.
Ballymena: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. Ministry.
Cloughfern: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. B Eadie.
Armagh: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. J Lennox.
Ballymena: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. J Flanigan.
Cloughfern: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. A Maunder.
Armagh: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. S Ferguson, W Boyd.
Ballymena: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. T Meekin.
Cloughfern: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Flanigan.
Kingsmills: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. T Wright.
OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 6
Ahoghill: Annual Conference Meetings - see separate advert.
Ballymagarrick: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. J Hay.
Omagh: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 2.00pm.
ENGLAND & WALES Forthcoming
Biddulph: Gospel Mission, St Johns Road at 7.00pm. R Parnaby.
Birmingham: Charlton Road Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. B Osborne.
Corby: Gospel Hall, Rockingham Road at 7.00pm. J Gibson.
Coventry: Gospel Hall, Upper Hill Street. Conference at 3.00pm and 6.15pm. M Penfold, J Buchanan. Mr Buchanan continues in ministry on Monday 3rd.
Cwmbran: Gospel Hall, Oakfield Road at 7.15pm. M Stephens.
Deri: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. T Coltman.
Great Yarmouth: Gospel Hall, Kitchener Road. Missionary/Homeworker Conference at 3.00pm.
Haywards Heath: Franklynn Gospel Hall. Conference at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. R Bennett.
Higham Ferrers: Gospel Hall, Milton Street at 7.30pm. S Dunn.
Jarrow: Gospel Hall, Cambrian Street, Bible Reading at 4.00pm (Hebrews 1.1-3). Ministry at 6.45pm. W Stevely.
Luton: Selbourne Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. D Sampson.
New Bradwell: Milton Keynes, Gospel Hall, Caledonian Road at 7.30pm. C Roberts.
Oldham: Werneth Gospel Hall, Manchester Street. Annual Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. D West, P Young.
Shoeburyness: Shoebury Hall, Wakering Avenue. Annual Conference at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. J Ramsey.
Tonbridge: Gospel Hall, Conference at 3.30pm and 6.00pm. H Hatt, N Mellish.
West Mersea: Assembly Hall, East Road at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. P Scarsbrook.
Whitehaven: Sandhills Lane Assembly at 7.30pm. J Milton.
Wimborne: Emmanuel Gospel Hall, Welland Road at 7.00pm. R Hill.
Liverpool and District: Newsham Park Chapel. Merseyside Missionary Conference.
Birmingham, Northfield: Gospel Hall, Quarry Lane. Home Workers Report Meeting at 7.00pm. F Lonney.
Brierfield: Hebron Hall, Walter Street. Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. J Scarsbrook, R Plant.
Derby: The Meeting Room, Curzon Street at 7.15pm. R Catchpole.
Ely: Gospel Hall, Ship Lane. Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. R Hill, S McKenzie.
Coltishall: Norfolk, Bethesda Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. I Jackson, J Coltman.
Exeter: Whipton Chapel, Pinhoe Road. Annual Conference at 3.30pm and 6.00pm. C Lacey.
Gorton: Manchester, Gospel Hall, Highmead Street at 7.00pm. J Hall.
Leicester: York Street Gospel Hall (off Granby Street), at 7.30pm. J Salisbury.
Northampton: Osborne Road Gospel Hall. N Mellish. Mr Mellish continues on Lords Day at 4.00pm and Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Sunderland: Gospel Hall, Pallion Road. Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. W Stevely, D Gilliland. Mr Gilliland continues in ministry Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Tooting: London, Gospel Hall, 146 Longley Road at 7.00pm. T Proffitt.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. E Hughes. Mr Hughes continues in ministry Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Blackburn: Gospel Hall, New Wellington Street, Mill Hill at 7.00pm. R Thomson.
Boscombe: Drummond Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. C Lacey.
Cheltenham: Bethany Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. J Grant, M Horlock.
Dereham: Toftwood Gospel Hall, Shipdham Road at 7.00pm. J Bennett.
Eastbourne: Marine Hall, 85 Seaside at 7.00pm. B Howden.
Golborne: Gospel Hall, Manor Street. Conference at 3.15pm. P Kay, N Mellish.
Harrogate: Woodfield Gospel Hall, Woodfield Grove. Annual Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. S Grant, J Holifield.
Liverpool and District: Crete Hall at 7.30pm. A Atkinson.
Luton: Onslow Road Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. C Stewart.
Mitcham Junction: Gospel Hall, Percy Road. Bible reading at 7.00pm. (Hebrews 6.1-10) I Jackson.
Solihull: Gospel Hall. Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. W Banks, I Rees. Mr Banks continues in ministry on Monday at 8.00pm.
Stoke: Gospel Hall, Fletcher Road, at 7.00pm. B Sutton. Mr Sutton continues on Monday at 7.30pm.
Whitehaven: Sandhills Lane Assembly at 7.30pm. F Whitelock.
Winshill: Burton-on-Trent. Gospel Hall at 7.15pm. J Griffiths.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Riddle.
Brierfield: Gospel Hall, Walter Street at 7.00pm. W Downs.
Coventry: Gospel Hall, Upper Hill Street at 7.30pm. G Gordge.
Coleford: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. F Lonney.
Derby: Gospel Hall, Brunswick Street at 3.00pm. A Cundick.
Helions Bumpstead: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. P Scarsbrook.
Liverpool and District: David Street at 5.00pm. and 7.30pm. I Jackson.
Northampton: Gospel Hall, Spencer Bridge Road. Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. J Scarsbrook, C Hutchison. Mr Hutchison continues in ministry Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Appledore: Bethel, The Quay at 7.00pm. J Holifield.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Scarsbrook.
Bexleyheath: Bethany Hall, North Street at 7.00pm. J Ramsey.
Carmarthen: Ebenezer Gospel Hall at 7.15pm. H Barnes.
Coventry: Gospel Hall, Church Street at 7.30pm. N Patel.
Leicester: York Street Gospel Hall (off Granby Street), at 7.30pm. R Carnall.
Liverpool and District: Newsham Park Chapel at 7.30pm. R Parnaby.
Whitehaven: Sandhills Lane Assembly at 7.30pm. H Hunter.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. R Maffey.
Birmingham: Charlton Road Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. P Bees.
Brierfield: Gospel Hall, Walter Street at 7.00pm. J Hall.
Corby: Gospel Hall, Rockingham Road at 7.00pm. D Dalton.
Cwmbran: Gospel Hall at 7.15pm. S Burditt.
Deri: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. S Essery.
Great Yarmouth: Gospel Hall, Kitchener Road at 7.30pm. T Ledger.
Higham Ferrers: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. D Watts.
Jarrow: Gospel Hall, Cambrian Street. Bible Reading at 4.00pm. Ministry at 6.45pm. E Griffiths (Hebrews 1.4-2.4).
Liverpool and District: Larkhill at 7.30pm. E Hughes.
Luton: Selbourne Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. A Wiseman.
New Bradwell: Milton Keynes, Gospel Hall, Caledonian Road at 7.30pm. D West.
Saltash: Gospel Hall, Moorlands Lane at 7.00pm. F Beevers. Mr Beevers continues in ministry on Lords Day at 8.00pm and Monday at 7.30pm.
Trent Vale: Swan Lane Gospel Hall, Claytonwood Road at 7.00pm. G Payne.
Westcliff-on-Sea: Gospel Hall, Carlton Avenue at 7.30pm. P Richardson.
West Mersea: Assembly Hall at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. F Epps.
Wimborne: Emmanuel Gospel Hall, Welland Road at 7.00pm. J Griffiths.
Aberdeenshire and the North East: For four weeks during July and August, Dan Gillies had his tent in Newmachar and then Blackburn, near Aberdeen. A good number of children, and a few parents, came to the childrens meetings, and some others were brought to the later gospel meetings, mainly from Aberdeen. Brethren from the Fountain Hall assembly shared in the meetings - Graeme Smith with the children at Newmachar, where he has since commenced a weekly childrens meeting, and Eddie Lamont with the children in Blackburn, where he conducts a weekly childrens meeting in the local school. In Blackburn Iain Lewis and Paul McLarty shared the later gospel meetings with Dan on alternate evenings.
At Newmachar, the tent ridgepole snapped in high winds. In the mercy of God this happened in the afternoon, and no one was injured. The pole was repaired and the tent was ready in time for the gospel meeting.
Please remember in prayer three people in particular a man from Methlick, a village 20 miles away, who attended several times of his own accord; a Blackburn man who came on the last night of the meetings and has since been attending the Fountain Hall gospel meeting; and a woman in her twenties, who professed salvation after one of the Blackburn meetings at which Alex McLean from Peterhead had given his testimony. This lady has, in the past, suffered from drug addiction. Brother Dan wishes to thank all who prayed for these meetings - this is much appreciated.
Although, generally speaking, this years northern summer weather was not very good, the brethren from Cullen are very thankful to report that their yearly district open-air and tract work was completed very unusually without missing a night. Prayer is valued for the seed sown, also for a week of childrens meetings with George Forbes, purposed for the end of October prior to the commencement of the regular winter childrens work, and for the monthly special gospel meeting in Portknockie.
Fife and Tayside: Over the holiday period, several assemblies have been able to reach out with the gospel at local fairs and gala days. At St Monans in June good contacts were made at the harbour on "Sea Queen Day" where about 1000 people passed the bookstall and read the large texts. At Arbroath at the "Sea Food Festival" in July, a large crowd was out in good weather and many heard a presentation of the gospel and received a copy of a specially prepared tract called The Arbroath Smokie. At the Perth Show in August over three days a bookstall was manned and a good witness made to many who showed some interest.
Also some assemblies held a childrens Holiday Club during a week of the school holidays. Good numbers attended at Lochee, Dundee, Abbott Hall, Dunfermline, and St Monans, with many parents attending the final meetings in most cases. The week of outreach in early August at St Andrews with Jim McMaster was well supported and much work was done to sow the Seed in the busy town among young and old, with meetings in the open air and in the Gospel Hall. Tracts were also distributed widely and included many of the coastal and inland towns south of St Andrews where gospel witness is scarce. At Kennoway their second outreach weekend for this summer was at the end of August with open air preaching on Saturday and Lords day afternoons. Robert Muir of Cowdenbeath preached Gods Word both evenings. On all of these efforts, and many others, to reach the needy but indifferent people of Scotland, we pray for Gods blessing.
Dunbar: During July, Stephen Grant and Jim Paterson (jnr) had a series of Gospel meetings in this East Lothian town using the portable hall. The meetings were well attended with unsaved present each evening. One elderly man attended each night of the meetings and was clearly concerned. Local Baptist believers also attended regularly and were encouraged by the Gospel being preached in the town. Childrens meetings were held each evening, and, although numbers were not large, the children who attended showed good interest. These meetings were shared by Graeme Paterson. It was sad to see the lack of Biblical knowledge shown by the children, however each child received a copy of the Scriptures, which for many was the first copy of the Bible that they had ever possessed. The fellowship of saints from various assemblies who travelled to support the meetings was greatly appreciated. Please pray for this area of Scotland, and future work planned, God willing.
N. IRELAND Reports
Ahoghill: J Rogers and L Craig commenced gospel meetings in a portable hall at the edge of the village.
Broughshane: The assembly here have had their annual two weeks of open air meetings in various estates around the village. D McGarvey visited the homes during the day and gave help with the preaching in the evenings.
Carrickfergus: The assembly expect R Revie for gospel meetings in mid September.
Larne (Curran Road): R Pickering and T Wallace hope to commence a gospel series here on 18th September.
HS Paisley visited the province from Canada to celebrate sixty years of full time service in the work of the Lord. A special celebration meeting was held in Ballymena on 11th September. Our brother also had some meetings for ministry in Ballymena, Broughshane, and other centres.
Hamiltonsbawn: A gospel effort continues into the fourth week (end of August). Speakers are A Davidson and A Colgan.
Carryduff: The Annual Conference on 3rd September saw the hall filled. The teaching, given by JA Kelso and DW Gooding, was practical, both searching and edifying. The assembly hope (d.v.) to have two weeks gospel meetings commencing on 2nd October with H Andrews and S Thompson. Prayer appreciated.
Castlewellan: J Martin and W Martin in their fourth week of meetings at the end of August in the portable hall are being encouraged as good numbers of unsaved are attending with some showing interest. Prayer valued.
Dromore: S Ferguson and W Boyd are conducting tent meetings in the town, and are being encouraged with good numbers.
Dundonald (Comber Road): The assembly here expect Ian Jackson for gospel meetings on 6th November, God willing. Prayer valued for this heavily populated area.
Portavogie: B Currie and J Palmer have had a series of tent meetings in this fishing village. Good numbers attended.
Spa - Ballynahinch: S Barr and U Badger commenced gospel meetings in a portable hall on 4th September. Prayer valued.
Aughrim: The assembly were active in open air meetings in Castledawson during the summer, with gospel tracts distributed during the day. Pray for the growing population. A series of childrens meetings was also well attended. A week of ministry meetings was helpful and challenging during July, the subject being, "The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit". The speaker was Mr Peter Brandon. Prayer is valued for gospel meetings in October. The speaker expected is Mr J Baxter, Livingston, Scotland.
Clones: The Annual Conference was large; the speakers were WJ Nesbitt, B Smyth, S Ferguson, W Turkington, A Mitchell and G Stewart.
Aughnacloy: B Glendinning and A Redpath continue gospel meetings in a portable hall. The area is being well visited with tracts, but local people are slow to respond to invitations.
Dungannon: T Topley and C Law concluded ten and a half weeks of gospel meetings which were held in former business premises in the town. The meetings were the exercise of the late Abraham Patterson, who had a burden, not only for the people of the town but also for his own family. The first to profess salvation was one of his grandchildren. The assembly was greatly encouraged by the number of local people who attended and is thankful to the Lord in seeing a number of souls saved.
Lungs: D McGarvey and P Campbell hope to commence gospel meetings here on 9th October. Prayer valued for this rural area.
Fintona: Annual Believers Meeting on 10th August. Speakers were WJ Nesbitt, D Kane, B Glendinning, B Currie and S McBride.
Kilmore: Annual Conference. Good and profitable ministry was given by WJ Nesbitt, D Ussher, JG Hutchinson, S Patterson and A Davidson.
Dublin: Rathmines Gospel Hall. The assembly was encouraged and helped by a number of well attended ministry meetings conducted by brother David Gilliland.