On the evening of Saturday 24 November 2018 Togherdoo Methodist Church was filled to capacity to enjoy a night of wonderful Gospel Music by Paul Silcock, Katie McGown and Kingdom Bound.  All Proceeds from the concert were in aid of The Surf Project.  The Project, which is based in Portrush, seeks to enhance the personal, social, moral and spiritual welfare of people through the sport and culture of Surfing.  Driven by a living Christian faith and a passion for surfing, they seek to nurture, encourage, challenge and inspire people across Ireland and abroad, through innovative events, workshops, camps and cultural exchanges.  Jono Griffin from The Surf Project outlined the exciting work that they are currently doing across Ireland and Africa.  During the evening Jono also interviewed the young people from Togherdoo Youth Club who recently attended Autumn Swell in Portrush which was ran by The Surf Project Team.   Anyone is interested in finding out more about The Surf Project can visit their website at www.thesurfproject.org.

Back Row L- R: Alison Smyth, James Henderson, Reggie Mills – Togherdoo Youth Club Leaders;  Gareth Hayden, Lay Pastor, Jon Griffin, The Surf Project.   Front Row L – R: Andrew Cornett, Stephen Ellis, Matthew Farrell – Kingdom Bound;  Rev Eleanor Hayden,  Superintendent Minister, Paul Silcock and Katie McGown

Seated – L – R: Banabas and  Members of Togherdoo Youth Club

Paul Silcock and Katie McGown on stage at Togherdoo Gospel Concert