Rev Kenneth Crowe becomes convener of the vacancy for First Ballymoney

Rev Kenneth Crowe becomes the convener of the vacancy for First Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney after Rev Gareth MacLean was installed as the new minister in Orangefield Presbyterian Church Belfast last night (19th July). Rev Crowe is currently the minister of Bushvale Presbyterian Church and will be assisting the kirk session and the congregation as we move through PCI's agreed procedure of seeking leave to call and finding a new minister for our congregation. The pulpit will be officially declared vacant at our next morning worship service on Sunday 22nd July.

 Rev Crowe and his wife Honor. (Source:  http://www.bushvalepc.talktalk.net )

Rev Crowe and his wife Honor. (Source: http://www.bushvalepc.talktalk.net)

Rev Kenneth Crowe was born in Co. Armagh and educated in Armagh Royal School. He studied languages at Edinburgh University, followed by Teacher training at Stranmillis College, Belfast. He entered the ministry in 1990, serving as an assistant in Kilbride Presbyterian Church, before coming to Bushvale in 1992.