Alex Dunstan and Ken Williamson: August 2019
Youngsters from Great Lumley, along with three of their leaders, came and stayed at Haltwhistle Chapel from Thursday until Sunday last week. Among other activities, they enjoyed time at Hadrian's Wall and Housteads; they swam in the rain at the Outdoor Pool in the Town, and served others at the Coffee morning on Saturday where their help (and music) was greatly appreciated.
On Sunday, the band led us in songs; we had Testimony from two of the youngsters, alongside Scripture, the Word, Communion and Prayers. It was an amazing time of worship to God, finishing with fellowship over coffee then lunch together.
Ken, myself and the work of God's Kingdom in Haltwhistle were prayed for by the whole group from Lumley including fervent prayers from a twelve year old. The good Lord is at work!
Alex Dunstan and Ken Williamson
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