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Rosemary Dunlop: ‘Different forms of worship can be enriching and I am open to learning from them’

Rosemary Dunlop is a founder-member of the Corrymeela Community and a member of Whitehouse Presbyterian Church

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Rosemary Dunlop

Rosemary Dunlop

Rosemary Dunlop

Q. Tell me about your background.

A. When I was five my family moved to Comber and we became a part of Second Comber Presbyterian Church. I am the youngest of six children. Through teaching and example in my family, in the congregation and its organisations, and through Comber Primary School, my understanding of the Christian faith and my own faith developed. At the age of 12 I committed my life to Christ at the Jack Shuler Crusade in the King’s Hall. Thereafter, I confessed my faith and became a communicant member of the church. During my teenage years, through the church, Belfast High School and the Torchbearers organisation, my faith grew. At QUB, I studied psychology and was active in the Christian Union and in a community group in the Presbyterian Community Centre where the Reverend Dr Ray Davey was the chaplain. I met John, my future husband, at QUB. We have a daughter, a son and five grandchildren.


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