None of these models sat well with Trevor, not that he had an alternative. He was looking for opportunities provided by the Holy Spirit, based on the pattern of the New Testament, to explain God's Word to people and to bring people to Jesus Christ.
Within days of his arrival in Lucan, Trevor went to a Catholic school where Lucan Presbyterian had pupils. There Father Dermot O'Gorman sat Trevor down and gave him a cup of coffee. Fr O'Gorman then told Trevor of his evangelistic conversion experienced on a Good Friday. Trevor sat in open-mouthed amazement.
Trevor was so enthusiastic and encouraging that a few days later Fr O'Gorman knocked on Trevor's door. "We have so much in common that I cannot share with many of my fellow priests. Could we not meet together?" So every Sunday at 4 o'clock Father Dermot O'Gorman of the Sacred Heart Order and Trevor Morrow of Lambeg and the sound of drums sat together to pray and study the Bible together. God gave Father O'Gorman to Trevor as his Barnabas - his Great Encourager who introduced Trevor to a culture and a world that he knew little about.
Trevor Morrow as Presbyterian Moderator-designate
Trevor wanted an opportunity to teach the scriptures in such a way that peopple would understand that his primary concern was not in making them Presbyterians. So one evening Trevor suggested to another friend of his, a priest, "I'd love to teach in St Joseph's, the Presentation Convent school, on Sunday evenings." The friend replied, "Oh, Trevor, they're such a conservative Order." Trevor responded, "Well, if you think it's OK, then they may think it's OK."
So the friend set up a meeting with Mother Patrick. Trevor opened with "Mother Patrick, what I'd like to do is teach the scriptures." To which mother Patrick replied, "Well, Trevor, if we can play bingo here, then I suppose we can teach them the scriptures!".
So we began the ministry. Practically everyone who came was from a Roman Catholic background; the result of which, naturally, was that Trevor's own congregation began to grow, from all backgrounds and traditions. Lucan Presbyterian Church has a very tiny minority of card-carrying Presbyterians!