|David Goudy Pastor||Moira Pentecostal Church, founded in October 1979.|
|Moira Pentecostal Church leadership team L to R: Clifford Bloomfield (Assistant Pastor), Evelyn Bloomfield, David Goudy (Pastor), Sally Goudy, Dr. Grace Chee and Dr. Tony Chee. (back row) Martin Newell, Kathy Newell, Raymond McPherson, Joyce McPherson and Kenneth Rollins.||Enjoying the fun and fellowship at the Moira Pentecostal Church coffee bar ‘Second Cup’ are L to R: (front) Dean Hutchinson, Becky Watterson, Kerri Conn, Rachel Lappin, Becky Lappin, Hannah Rollins and Fernando Perez. (back row) Andy Henderson, Kingsley Jordan, Barclay Jordan and Glen Britton.|
|Morning worship at Moira Pentecostal Church|
Main Street, Moira.
Pastor: David Goudy
Telephone: 9261 2701
|Moira Pentecostal Notice Board|
Brief history as recorded in a book ‘Lisburn’s Rich Church Heritage’ by John Kelly
Pastor David Goudy and his wife Sally founded Moira Pentecostal Church in October 1979 and David has been privileged to serve as pastor since its inception. October 2009 will mark the church’s 30th anniversary. David and Sally’s daughter Claire, who was four years old when the church was formed, is now a missionary living in the Philippines. The church building, formerly the Market House, was built by the Bateson family and contained a large assembly room and a courtroom, which was still in use by the courts until the early 1900s. In the 1960s the building was called the Tempo Ballroom. Although modernised on the inside it still retains its exterior in keeping with a listed building of historical and architectural value. Moira Pentecostal Church is very much at the heart of the community and reaches out to the whole world through missions.