New pastor for Inverness Christian Fellowship

Following on from the departure of Ian Ross ICF is happy to announce an induction service for a new (replacement) pastor and his wife.
 Pastor David and Eunice Williams
DavidandEuniceInverness Christian Fellowship extends a warm invitation to an Induction Service for their new pastor and his wife. Following the departure of Pastor Ian Ross and his wife Debbie to take up a Pastorate in Aberdare, David and Eunice Williams will be arriving in Inverness this month with Pastor Williams first preaching slot on the last Sunday of the month (September).

Speaking on behalf of ICF, Robbie Halkett says:
"We are delighted to announce the induction of Pastor David Williams to Inverness Christian Fellowship. We are looking forward to all that the Lord would bring to us through the minitry of David Williams and his wife Eunice and are excited about this new chapter in the life of ICF.
A warm invitation is extended to all who would like to join us on the evening."
The details are as follows:
Induction Service for Pastor David Williams
Kingsview Christian Centre
Balnafettack Road, Inverness IV3 8TF
Saturday, 9 October, 2010

Further information see ICF web site.

David Williams was called home on 22 July 2015. See message list below.

David with the Editor (L) and Samuel McKibben in 2014.
(Samuel is an apostolic leader and the founder of
Inverness Christian Fellowship of which David latterly pastored.)
Colin David and Samuel


Inverness Christian Fellowship, 16/09/2010

Editor 23/07/2015 13:24
Pastor David Williams on Inverness Christian Fellowship was called to glory at 9.45pm on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 following a very short illness. He was 63 years old.

It was a great privilege, blessing and encouragement to be with David and the others, meeting weekly at an early-morning prayer fellowship in Inverness.

In December last year David asked me to help him check a list of all the churches in Inverness as the ICF started the new year with a month of prayer. Part of which was for the local churches and local needs including the work and ministry of ICF
During this time David, who had a recognised prophetic gifting within the Apostolic Church, heard from the Lord: "Plan only for the next 7 months."

Meanwhile in March of this year Robbie Halkett, an ICF elder since 2004, was ordained into the pastoral role.

So the Lord, who knows all our lives, had 'gone before'.

David is survived by his wife Eunice and three adult children, their wives and a grandchild. Though he was not concious for the three-day period that he was in Raigmore,the family were around his bed during that time.

We give thanks to God for David and his ministry amongst us and pray on for Eunice, the family and all the saints at Inverness Christian Fellowship in the days to come.

Andrew Mears (Guest) 23/07/2015 14:14
Praying for this man's family and the church. I pray that you will know the love and peace of Jesus at this time.
PV (Guest) 23/07/2015 16:52
A Mighty Prince in the Kingdom of God has fallen today. I grieve!
Beverly Cordero (Guest) 24/07/2015 13:41
So sorry to hear of the passing of David. My sincere condolences to Eunice and family.
Love Beverly
Gerald Mugisha (Guest) 26/07/2015 05:36
We are saddened to hear about the loss but at the same time rejoice in the Lord for David's life and the work he has done in God's Kingdom. May his soul rest in eternity until we see him again. My condolences to Eunice and family.
Editor 27/07/2015 11:24
A Thanksgiving Service for David's life is scheduled for Thursday, 30 July, 2015 at 12 noon in William T. Fraser's premises at Culduthel Crescent/Slackbuie Avenue Inverness.

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