THE Hill street staff team

Below is some information about some of the people that you'll regularly see in Hill Street. They all have a great passion to share the good news of Jesus and they'd love to speak to you if you're new to church.

nigel mccullough, minister

Nigel comes from Kilkeel and studied theology in Aberdeen. He is married to Katrina and they have three children - Katie, Peter and Sam. After graduating, he worked as an assistant minister in First Portadown and was then minister of Ballygrainey - a church located on the outskirts of Bangor. He came to Hill Street in 2006. He is a bit of a computer geek, a bad golfer and can occasionally be spotted on a motorbike.

stephen kennedy, assistant minister

Stephen is originally from Bessbrook and studied Journalism with History at the University of Ulster, Coleraine before studying theology at Union College, Belfast. He is married to Lynn and they have two daughters - Eva and Erin. They have been involved in Hill Street since June 2014. Before studying for the ministry, Stephen completed the Cornhill Training Course in Belfast. He is a keen Manchester United supporter and enjoys working with computers.

peter wright, youth worker

Peter grew up in Lurgan and has been part of Hill Street since his childhood. He studied at Lurgan College and Queens University, Belfast. He is married to Linda. Peter leads the Relate team on Saturday evenings and is passionate about seeing young people engage with the message of Jesus. He enjoys playing and watching football, the odd round of golf and good coffee.

lloyd mcilwaine, pastoral visitor

Lloyd grew up in Lurgan and worked as an engineer and a local estate agent. He served as Session Clerk for nearly 25 years and now volunteers as a pastoral visitor. Lloyd is married to Edna and they have two grown up children who both have families of their own.

jordan jones, youth intern

Jordan is from Lurgan and has just finished studying at Lurgan College. He is currently studying part-time at the Cornhill Training Course in Belfast and is planning to go on to study either theology or youth work. He grew up attending Relate and is excited by the prospect of having the same impact on young people as leaders had on him and to help them engage with the Bible for themselves. He is a sports fanatic and loves spending time with his friends and family.