Mohill: Gospel meetings commence on 30th July. Speakers are Stephen Gilfillan and Howard Milliken.
Ahoghill: Annual Open Air meetings were held in the village in June. The local brethren were helped by D McGarvey and J Rogers.
Ballyclare: Gospel meetings commenced on 17th June conducted by C Law and T Topley and were held in the local Community Centre for two weeks. These have now moved to the Gospel Hall. Good numbers of local people are attending.
Ballymena (Cambridge Avenue): Annual Childrens Meetings in Galgorm Community Centre were held during the last week in June. Speaker I McClean. Large numbers attended.
Broughshane: Annual Open Air meetings in the village at various venues will be held (d.v.) for two weeks from early August. Local brethren will be helped by D McGarvey.
Carnlough: Annual Open Air meetings at the harbour from 14th-22nd July helped by local brethren.
Portrush: J Allen had one week of ministry at the beginning of July on Earths Final Events.
Clonroot: Gospel meetings in the new Gospel Hall were in their fifth week in mid June with increasing numbers. J Fleck and A Colgan were the speakers.
Newtownhamilton Area: B Currie and T Wright have been preaching for eight weeks in a local school with blessing.
Cardy (Ards Peninsula): The assembly has been in testimony in the area for over 140 years. The growing numbers in recent years necessitated a larger hall and car parking facilities. A nice new hall has been constructed with a vision for the future. The opening meetings commenced on 17th June with large numbers including many local people attending. Malcolm Radcliffe preached the gospel for the first three evenings and his subject for the opening meeting was, "The Greatest Message Ever Told". On the Saturday evening John Grant and Blair Martin addressed the large company in ministry on "Refreshment from Romans". The following week John Grant continued in the gospel dealing with some very important and relevant questions, leaving the people without excuse. Pray that the Lord will be glorified in the exercise and witness of the assembly in days to come in His will.
Ballykeel (Mourne): The Annual Conference on the last Thursday in June saw a large company gathered for the minstry of the Word. The ministry was of a profitable nature and was given by S Wells, D Gilliland, B Currie, J McClelland and M Radcliffe.
Ballymacashon: The Annual Conference on 26th May was a very encouraging day for the assembly. The hall was nicely filled, showing a good increase in numbers over recent years. The ministry was edifying and of a helpful nature. Speakers were S Jennings, W J Nesbitt, S McBride, M Radcliffe and D Gilliland.
Co. LONDONDERRY & Co. DONEGAL
Limavady: The Annual Conference was again very well attended with D Gilliland being responsible for a very profitable Bible Reading on 1 Corinthians 16. Helpful teaching was given during the Conference session by D Gilliland, J G Hutchinson, R Millar and A Davidson. In the evening J Finegan gave an inspiring account of 50 years in Africa.
Martry: The assembly had its Annual Conference on 9th June with ministry from N Turkington, R McKeown, W J Nesbitt and D Williamson.
Newtownstewart: During the last week in June, M Radcliffe gave stimulating ministry on "The Garments of the High Priest". Good numbers attended each evening.
ENGLAND & WALES
Birmingham, Aston: The Annual Conference was blessed with excellent ministry from D Gillies, who continued with further profitable help over a number of evenings. A great encouragement to the assembly and visiting believers.
Broadwas on Teme: D Richards (Canada) gave a most interesting and informative report on labours for the Lord in St Petersburg, Russia. This main work is centred upon teaching the believers New Testament Church truth.
Burghill: This Herefordshire Assembly held their Annual Conference in June. D Dalton and C Roberts gave excellent ministry on foundation truth. There was good support from far and wide to encourage this small assembly. C Roberts stayed on for a series on "The Feasts of Jehovah", the final meeting being over the border in Wales at Abergavenny.