Hill Street Presbyterian backing Mission Hope

Gerald Hewitt (Mission Hope), Pete Wright (Hill Street Presbyterian Youth Worker), Gary Cobb (Launch speaker), INLM1512-807con
Gerald Hewitt (Mission Hope), Pete Wright (Hill Street Presbyterian Youth Worker), Gary Cobb (Launch speaker), INLM1512-807con

Hill Street Presbyterian Church is supporting Mission Hope 2012.

Pete Wright said, “Mission Hope promises to be an exciting event for the youth of Lurgan. There will be special youth nights and events aimed at our young people which will touch on the issues facing this generation.

“The location has changed from Mourneview Park to Shankill Parish so we are keen to get as many youth to attend the mission during the week.”

Mission Hope is a Lurgan based programme involving 15 churches from the surrounding area. Additional information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/missionhope2012

Guest speaker Jay Lowder is an International Christian Speaker who is part of the ‘Harvest Ministries’ outreach organisation that aims to share the message of Christ in a relevant manner.

For over 20 years Jay has been preaching the Gospel Message. He has been featured on major TV networks and has participated in over 250 Missions throughout America.

His “Crossroads” programme in schools addresses the key issues which teenagers face today, and has been presented to over two million students.

Jay speaks from experience. In his teenage years he turned from God, living a destructive lifestyle that eventually brought him to consider suicide.

He now uses his own story of transformation to help people realize that there is hope and it’s found in Jesus Christ. Jay is the key speaker at Mission Hope a united churches mission in Shankill Parish Church, Lurgan, from May 13-20. Jay was introduced to the Churches in Lurgan through Gary Cobb, Director of Training with the Billy Graham Association.