1 March 2024 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Preaching in different congregations, pastoral calls with ministers, a meeting with elders, visits to schools, local businesses, a local hospital, an agricultural college, along with one of the region’s newest community infrastructure projects, are all on the agenda for Right Reverend Dr Sam Mawhinney, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, when he makes a weeklong tour of the Presbytery of Monaghan starting this Sunday March 3. One of PCI’s 19 regional bodies, the Presbytery doesn’t just include congregations in the county. The Presbytery stretches from coast to coast, from Dundalk in County Louth to Ballina in County Mayo and from Sligo City to Kells in County Meath. Consisting of approximately 1000 families within its 33 congregations, the vast majority of the congregations are found in counties Monaghan and Cavan. Accompanied by his wife Karen, this is the fourth and final presbytery tour of Dr Mawhinney’s year in office. Having already visited the Presbyteries of East Belfast, Omagh and Templepatrick, his tour of Monaghan…

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