Added on 10/02/2016
Northern Ireland’s First Minister, Arlene Foster, visited the Shankill area of Belfast on February 4, and one of the venues she called into was St Andrew’s, Glencairn.
Pupils from Harmony Primary School welcomed Mrs Foster and presented her with flowers. Community groups from Glencairn, Springmartin and Highfield were all represented, and the First Minister took time to talk to local people, including the Rev Emma Rutherford, Curate with Special Responsibilities for Glencairn and Whiterock.
Parishioners turned out for the visit, and Evangelists Karen Webb and Stephen Whitten from the Connor/Church Army North Belfast Centre of Mission also attended.
The Rev Emma Rutherford chats to First Minister Arlene Foster and Alderman Frank McCoubrey, Belfast City Council, during the visit to St Andrew’s, Glencairn. Photo: The Rev Ken Houston.
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