Youth Ministry Reunion Weekend Planned May 17 At Signal Mountain Presbyterian

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Youth Ministry Reunion Weekend at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd., will be Saturday evening, May 17 and Sunday morning, May 18.

Reunion Weekend will be a celebration of the people and purpose of 25 years of SMPC Youth Ministry with Dr. Bill Dudley. Dr. Dudley will retire this September, and this is our chance to gather a group he truly loves.

It is for all present/former youth staff, volunteer youth leaders, and students. If you were a POW leader, D-Group Leader, teacher or Bible Study leader, staff, or student – whatever you led or wherever you served – we want you back for a special evening.

Saturday, May 17, 6:30 to 9 p.m., Dinner and a Service of Sharing, Stories, and Fellowship. Make a reservation by May 11 by contacting Callie Latham. Sunday, May 18, the10:40 a.m. worship service will feature Previous Youth Pastoral Staff and preaching by David Swanson.

This Sunday the Rev. Any Cornett will speak at the 8:15 and 10:40 a.m. worship services on "What's Next," with text from Colossians 2:1-7. The service will include Holy Communion and confirmation.




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