The Lords Work & Workers
Glengarnock: Hebron Hall. Annual Conference at 3.00pm. I Steele, T Wilson, R Cameron.
Laurieston: Cotton Lane Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. J Harrison.
Motherwell: Shields Road Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at 3.30pm. A Sinclair, A Summers, D Mowat.
Perth: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. R Marshall.
Tayport: Gospel Hall, Butter Wynd. Monday to Thursday and Saturday at 7.30pm. J Grant.
Aberdeen: Holburn Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. T Wilson.
Barrhead: Gospel Hall. Conference in Cross Arthurlie Primary School, Fern Drive at 3.00pm. R Cargill, A Naismith, I Steele.
Kilmarnock: Elim Hall, Cuthbert Place at 6.45pm. I Grant, A Foster.
Laurieston: Cotton Lane Gospel Hall. Friday 7th, Report Meeting at 7.30pm. R Muir. Saturday, Ministry at 7.00pm.
Lossiemouth: Conference in Town Hall, High Street at 3.00pm. S Baker, C Hutchison, A Strachan.
Mayfield: Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. J McMaster (Ministry and Report).
Dunfermline: Gospel Hall, Hospital Hill. Friday at 7.30pm. A McLean (report on Russia, March 2006). Saturday: Conference in Dunfermline High School at 3.00pm. J Currie, A McLean, A Summers. Lords Day at 2.00pm. and 6.30pm. A McLean, A Summers. A Summers continues in ministry Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Aberdeen: Fountain Hall, Woodside. Conference in Woodside School, Clifton Road at 3.00pm. J Dunlop, B Martin, R Revie. Meetings continue at 3.00pm on Lords Day at Fountain Hall, J Dunlop, R Revie.
Dundee: Christian Assembly Hall. Homeworkers Conference at 3.00pm. J McMaster, I Robertson, A Young.
Kilbarchan: Memorial Hall. Annual Conference weekend. Friday at 7.30pm. Bible Reading (Hebrews 8), D West. Saturday, Conference at 3.30pm. J Hay, S MacDonald, D West. Lords Day at 3.15pm and 6.30pm. D West.
Laurieston: Cotton Lane Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. M Radcliffe. Mr Radcliffe continues on Lords Day at 3.00pm and Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Ballingry: Gospel Hall, Southfield Avenue. Bible Reading at 7.00pm (Romans 8.18-39).
Laurieston: Cotton Lane Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. R Cameron.
Cullen: Annual Conference in Town Hall at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. I Jackson, B Martin, C Munro. Also on Lords Day at 2.15pm in the Gospel Hall, Seatown. Mr Jackson continues in ministry Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Dreghorn: Ebenezer Hall, Annual Conference to be held in Greenwood Academy at 3.00pm. W Banks, J Riddle, D West. Mr Banks continues on Lords Day at 2.00pm and 6.30pm.
Lanark: Gospel Hall, Smyllum Road. Conference at 3.30pm. S Arbuthnot, R Cargill, A Foster.
Perth: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. R Miller.
N. IRELAND Forthcoming
Ahorey: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. S Jennings.
Ahoghill: Gospel Hall. Annual Missionary Conference at 7.30pm. M Baker (Eastern Europe), S Harper (Malawi), D McKillen (Botswana).
Ballywatermoy: Gospel Hall. Conference (see separate notice for details).
Dundonald: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. Ministry, B Martin.
Kingsmills: Gospel Hall at 8.00pm. ministry, JG Hutchinson.
Limavady: Annual Bible Reading (J Allen) and Conference at 11.30am.
Bellaghy: Annual Conference at 12 noon.
Dublin: Rathmines Gospel Hall. Annual Meeting of Believers. The assembly appreciates those with an exercise to attend and have fellowship with us around the Word of God at conference time.
ENGLAND & WALES Forthcoming
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Grant.
Burton-on-Trent: Winshill Gospel Hall. Homeworkers Conference at 6.00pm. J Brown (Bible Exhibition), S Clegg (Prison work).
Corby: Gospel Hall, 182 Rockingham Road at 7.00pm. E Parmenter.
Coventry: Gospel Hall, Church Street at 7.30pm. D Raggett.
Cwmbran: Gospel Hall at 7.15pm. R Carnall.
Deri: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. D West.
Ealing: Grove Hall at 7.00pm. C Roberts.
Great Yarmouth: Gospel Hall, Kitchener Road at 7.30pm. J Bennett.
Luton: Selbourne Gospel Hall, Waller Avenue at 6.30pm. C Lacey.
New Bradwell: Milton Keynes, Gospel Hall, Caledonian Road at 7.30pm. T Proffit.
Stoke on Trent: Trent Vale Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. P Bees.
St Peter Port, Guernsey: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. T Lesbirel.
Tonbridge: Gospel Hall, Bishops Oak Ride at 7.00pm. S Dunn.
West Mersea: Assembly Hall at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. T Ledger.
Whitehaven: Sandhills Lane Assembly at 7.30pm. R Kennedy.
Wimborne: Emmanuel Gospel Hall, Welland Road at 7.00pm. A Carew.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. D Grant.
Cheshunt: Mill Lane Chapel at 7.00pm. T Proffit.
Crewe: Bethany Gospel Hall, Lime Tree Avenue. Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. J Holifield.
Ely: Gospel Hall, Ship Lane at 7.00pm. P Scarsbrook. Mr Scarsbrook continues in ministry on Lords Day at 4.00pm.
Northampton: Osborne Road Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. T Coltman. Mr Coltman continues on Lords Day at 4.00pm.
Redditch: Foxlydiate Crescent Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. B Osbourne.
Tooting: Longley Road Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. M Hall.
Towcester: Town Hall. Friday at 8.00pm and Saturday at 8.00pm. I Jackson.
Warrington: Hope Hall at 7.00pm. R Dawes. Mr Dawes continues on Lords Day at 2.15pm and 6.30pm, and Monday at 7.30pm.
Westcliff-on-Sea: Gospel Hall, Carlton Avenue. Conference at 3.30pm and 6.00pm. D West, J Scarsbrook.
Helions Bumpstead: Good Friday Conference in the Steeple Bumpstead Village Hall at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. D Meikle, I Jackson.
Shoeburyness: Easter Conference at Shoebury Hall, Wakering Avenue at 4.00pm and 6.15pm. M Baker.
Barrow-in-Furness: Risedale Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. G Forbes.
Bicester: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. M Radcliffe, P Coulson.
Cardiff: Heath Gospel Hall. Conference weekend. Saturday at 3.00pm and 6.30pm. Lords Day at 8.15pm. R Cameron, J Paterson (snr).
Cheltenham: Bethany Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Holifield.
Dereham: Toftwood Gospel Hall, Shipdham Road at 7.00pm. R Catchpole.
Eastbourne: Marine Hall, 85 Seaside at 7.00pm. N Mellish.
Harrow: Belmont Hall at 7.15pm. R Carnall.
London: Bermondsey Gospel Hall, 97 St Jamess Road at 6.30pm. C Roberts.
Luton: Onslow Road Gospel Hall at 6.30pm. A Carew.
Mitcham Junction: Gospel Hall, Percy Road. Bible Reading at 7.00pm. (Hebrews 9.15-28). T Proffit.
North Shields: Tyneside Easter Conference in Gospel Hall, Coach Lane. Friday and Monday at 3.30pm and 6.00pm. Saturday at 6.30pm. J Riddle, R Miller.
Solihull: Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. A Cundick.
Appledore: Bethel, The Quay. Easter Conference at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. K Totton.
Bicester: Easter Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. M Radcliffe, P Coulson.
Port Talbot: Easter Meetings. Conference on Monday at 3.00pm and 6.15pm. R Cameron, J Paterson (snr). Also continuing Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm. and at Treorchy (Rhondda) Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Chickerell: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference at The Willowbed Hall, Putton Lane at 3.30pm and 6.00pm. P Coulson.
Coltishall: Bethesda Gospel Hall, Rectory Road at 7.30pm. P Scarsbrook.
Coventry: Gospel Hall, Upper Hill Street at 7.30pm. A Wiseman.
Gorton: Manchester, Gospel Hall, Highmead Street at 7.00pm. J Scarsbrook.
Hanworth: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. K Totton.
Helions Bumpstead: Gospel Hall at 7.00pm. J Branch.
Leicester: York Street Gospel Hall at 7.30pm. J Bennett.
Northampton: Gospel Hall, Spencer Bridge Road at 7.30pm. S Baker.
London: Hope Hall, 222 Kilburn Lane at 7.00pm. R Catchpole.
Shillingston: Gospel Hall. Annual Conference to be held in the Portman Hall at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. C Cann, A Wiseman.
APRIL 29 - MAY 1
Derby: The Meeting Room, Curzon Street. Saturday at 7.15pm. JR Baker. Monday, Annual Conference at 2.45pm. and 6.00pm. JR Baker, D Gilliland. Mr Baker continues Tuesday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Eastbourne: Marine Hall, 85 Seaside. Conference at 3.00pm and 6.00pm. B Martin. Mr Martin continues on Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Great Yarmouth: Gospel Hall, Kitchener Road. Annual Conference at 3.00pm and 6.15pm. J Scarsbrook, A Maunder.
London: Bermondsey Gospel Hall, 97 St Jamess Road. Mayday Convention at 4.30pm. T Proffit, R Carnall.
Birmingham, Northfield: Gospel Hall, Quarry Lane. Annual Conference at 3.00pm. and 6.00pm. J Coltman, D Gillies.
Butt Lane: Ebenezer Gospel Hall, Banbury Street at 7.00pm. R Hoffman.
Corby: Gospel Hall, 182 Rockingham Road at 7.00pm. S Downs.
Luton: Selbourne Gospel Hall, Waller Avenue. Conference at 3.15pm and 6.15pm. A Cundick, R Catchpole.
New Bradwell: Milton Keynes, Gospel Hall, Caledonian Road. Annual Conference at 3.00pm and 6.15pm. I Rees, R Revie. Mr Revie continues until Thursday at 7.45pm (Tuesday night will be at Gold Street Hall, Hanslope).
Westcliff-on-Sea: Gospel Hall, Carlton Avenue at 7.30pm. C Lacey.
Wimborne: Emmanuel Gospel Hall, Welland Road at 7.00pm. D Williams.
The North-east: Ian Affleck had another opportunity to go to India with Phil Coulson in December. They visited two of the fishing villages, which, following the Tsunami disaster, had received new boats via the India Trust Fund, supported by many in the UK, and were able to see the boats and also the method of fishing. Ian was sure that fishermen back home would be interested in this. Through the assembly at Avoch opportunity was furnished to give a report with the fishing community in mind. With the help of Ainslie Paterson, a Power Point presentation was made, entitled After the Storm. The local believers worked hard to advertise and to invite friends and neighbours. It was held on 17th January in the community centre, with the gospel presented at the end. Surrounding assemblies supported well and 28 local people came, to the encouragement of the few saints in Avoch. On 27th & 28th January similar presentations were made to six classes at Lossiemouth High School, including pupils from years 1 - 4. Again there was an opportunity to present the gospel, and they were invited back the following week to address another four classes. Prayer is valued that the Lord will lead on from both these opportunities and enable further developments.
In Scalloway, Shetland, the assembly was encouraged by a two week visit of Stephen Grant in February. Good numbers were present at the childrens meetings, and the gospel meetings were very well supported by other assemblies, with unsaved folk present each evening. Stephen was also able to take classes in the local school. Prayer would be appreciated for the Lords blessing upon His Word.
In Cullen, Jack Hay conducted two weeks meetings on prophesy towards the end of February. The assembly was encouraged by the excellent numbers attending and by the quality of the ministry. A good number were hearing these truths taught in a systematic way for the first time. Each Lords Day the gospel was preached in community halls in Portknockie and in Cullen. Again prayer is valued.
Falkirk: Roy Marshall and George Meikle have just concluded door-to-door visitation in the Hallglen and Princess Park areas of Falkirk, followed by a Seedsowers distribution in the Tamfourhill area of the town. Results were disappointing, with a few contacts but general apathy. Our brethren hope to begin meetings in some of the villages of Fife in early March, and would value the prayers of the saints for guidance and blessing.
N. IRELAND Reports
Ballymoney: The gospel meetings continue in the Gospel Hall; speakers J Rogers and J Fleck. Brother J Flecks portable hall used in earlier weeks was, sadly, destroyed by fire. The meetings reconvened in the Gospel Hall, and the saints are encouraged by blessing in salvation.
Ballyvaddy: Large numbers are attending gospel meetings conducted by M McKillen and W Fenton. The believers are thankful for the Lords blessing in salvation. Pray for the many attending not saved.
Burnside: Gospel meetings commenced in February with S Ferguson and M Turkington. Pray for interest and blessing.
Randalstown: New Street Gospel Hall in association with Clonkeen Assembly. Gospel meetings commence on 5th March. Speakers: E McCullough and M Radcliffe.
Ballycastle: S Jennings had ministry meetings from 6th to 10th February inclusive on "The Life of Job" .
Ballywatermoy: M Radcliffe had ministry meetings on "Portraits of Christ" from 27th February to 1st March.
Harryville: March 4th. A thanksgiving meeting for T Bentley recalling fifty years in the Lords service took place in Ballymena Gospel Hall, Cambridge Avenue. Mr Bentley continued with a series of ministry on, "Aspects of the Christian Life".
The Birches (near Portadown): Gospel meetings continue in a portable hall with J Martin and his son Wesley. Quite a few local people have come, and some blessing has been reported.
Tassagh: A series of gospel meetings is ongoing at present with S McBride and T Wright. Prayer would be valued as a number of believers families are attending.
Ardmore: Mr J Baker has had some nights of ministry here at the end of February.
Crossgar: B Currie and J Palmer commenced in the gospel in mid February. This is a difficult area and prayer for blessing would be valued.
Dromara: The gospel meetings in a portable hall were continuing at the end of February, conducted by E Johnston and F McAuley. Encouraging numbers have been attending with some interest.
Drumnahare (Loughbrickland): T Meekin and J Bingham have concluded a series of well-attended gospel meetings at the end of February, and have been much encouraged with blessing in salvation.
Co. LONDONDERRY & Co. DONEGAL
Killykergan: R McKeown and J Rogers are expected for gospel meetings commencing in early May.
Limavady: L Craig and A Colgan are in their fourth week of gospel meetings with fair numbers attending at the end of February.
Ballylintagh: S Jennings was present for one week of interesting teaching on the miracles of the Lord Jesus in the four Gospels.
Coleraine: S Grant gave helpful teaching on the use of the tongue.
BELFAST & DISTRICT
Newtownbreda: D Gilliland and M Radcliffe concluded seven weeks of well-attended gospel meetings at the end of February, and were encouraged to hear of at least two people having trusted the Saviour.
Bloomfield: D Gilliland gave profitable and challenging ministry for one week commencing 27th February on the subject of, "Minding your mind as a Christian".
Rathmines Gospel Hall, Dublin: A week of instructive and profitable ministry meetings was conducted in February by brother Brian Currie on the subject, "Avenues of Activity in Acts". The assembly meeting at Rathmines Road is indebted to our full time gifted brethren, with an exercise in ministry, in this part of Ireland.
Skibbereen, Co. Cork: R Pickering commenced gospel meetings here in February. Please pray for blessing.
ENGLAND & WALES Reports
Bicester: Prayer valued for a month of tent meetings in Bicester commencing July 23rd with Eugene Higgins (USA).
Birmingham, Northfield: A Barber conducted a series of childrens meetings during the February half term. An encouraging time with children listening well and being well behaved. He also gave a report on the work he does in schools in the north-east of England, and efforts in such places as Grantham in Lincolnshire.
Broadwas on Teme: J Coltman and J Hall have ministered the word on Saturday evenings at Broadwas in recent months. The ministry has been very profitable and has been appreciated. The Friday Focus Bible Teaching series, conducted by C Lacey, has concluded. C Lacey has again put in a considerable amount of work to help believers, both old and young.
Redditch, Batchley Estate: C Roberts kindly came at short notice to give challenging and profitable ministry as S McKenzie was unable through illness to fulfil his original invitation to help the saints.