Rev Dr Andrew Brown – Minister
Andrew was installed as Minister in Terrace Row in February 2013. He began training for the Ministry in Union Theological College in 1989, after working in London as a Geophysical Analyst in the Oil Industry. Andrew served as Assistant Minister in Wellington Street, Ballymena, then moved to Churchtown Presbyterian, Tamlaght O’Crilly (Co. Londonderry), where he worked for 17 years prior to his Call to Terrace Row. While at Churchtown he commenced study at Covenant Theological College in Missouri, and completed the Doctor of Ministry Course after moving to Coleraine. His Doctoral Thesis is entitled “Learning from Christians who have Suffered Sudden Traumatic Loss.” Andrew is married to Lorraine and has two children.
Marion Hadden (right) - Family and Youth Co-ordinator
Having been a teacher for 22 years, Marion is currently part of the ministry team as co-ordinator of the family and youth ministry. She supports our youth and children's ministry teams as they work in the various organisations to share the love of Jesus in a consistently engaging, relevant way and to build our young people up in their faith. Marion also has responsibility for our mentoring programme; youth and children's outreach events; and church family events. Her work includes a significant pastoral side supporting families and young people and she shares, with Andrew, the opportunities to speak in the local school assemblies. She is married to Ian and has two children.
Rev Ian McClean (left) – Pastoral Assistant
Ian is a native of Ballymena and worked in the Insurance Industry before entering Ministry . He was ordained in 1986, and served in First Antrim (as Assistant), Toberkeigh in North Antrim and Ballygawley & Ballyreagh in Co. Tyrone. Ian is married to Helen and has three children and four grandchildren. He has been involved with Middle East Reformed Fellowship for a number of years and is currently MERF’s Deputation Secretary in Ireland. Ian has now retired from Parish Ministry and is employed part-time in Terrace Row. His primary role is to visit the senior members of the congregation.