Our Workers

Our Workers
Robert Hamilton joined the pastoral team at Scrabo Hall in July 2015. His main responsibilities within the fellowship are pastoral visitation, discipleship, welcome team, coordination of small groups and teaching/preaching.

He is originally from Northern Ireland where he worked as police officer for 9 years before doing the one year "Training for Service" course at Tilsley College, Motherwell in 1988/89.

Upon completion of that course Robert, together with his wife Muriel and children, moved to Italy where, in association with GLO Europe, they were involved in pastoral work and evangelism in the city of Naples until July 2008.

After that they moved to Aberdeen in the NE Scotland where Robert was Care Pastor in Deeside Christian Fellowship from 2008-2015.

Robert and Muriel have five grown-up children and twelve grandchildren.

Outwith his work at Scrabo, Robert also serves as a trustee with Italian Ministries UK (www.italianministries.co.uk).

He is a keen supporter of SSC Napoli!

Niomi McCullough joined staff at Scrabo in June 2015 as Youth Work Co-ordinator. Her main responsibilities include overseeing the youth ministry, discipling young people through 1:1 work and small groups and most importantly being present in the lives of young people.

Prior to this she completed a three year degree in Community Youth Work at UUJ. She brings a variety of experience having worked with young people in community and detached settings, schools work and international opportunities in South Africa through sports ministry and issue based work.

Niomi grew up through the youth works at Scrabo and came to know the Lord through these experiences. She is passionate about journeying alongside young people, investing in young lives, supporting them to make healthy choices and untapping potential.

Outside of work Niomi studies Pastoral Care part time at BBC. As a keen sports fan she coaches U11 girls at Bangor Ladies Football Club. As a keen Leeds United fan, she is known for weekends away to watch them play!



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