Oban church says farewell to associate minister

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At the end of January 2019 Reverend Christine Fulcher who had been associate minister at Kilmore and Oban Parish Church for the past five years moved to Kintyre to take up the post of Hub Minister responsible for a wide area of the peninsula and adjoining islands.

She said that she was sad to be leaving but the move would allow her more time at home with her husband Reverend Steve Fulcher, minister at Southend.

At a presentation, Oban Parish Minister Rev Dugald Cameron thanked Christine for her ministry in Oban and wished her well in her new role.

The congregation presented Christine with gifts of a specially-crafted clerical stole and a framed photograph of Oban Bay.

Pictured at the presentation are Rev Cameron, left, Rev Fulcher, Christine McBryde, session clerk, Sandra Russell and her grandson Alexander – from the Faithshare group and the Sunday School.


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