Brainerd Presbyterian Church Hires Youth Ministries Director

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Brainerd Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Presbyterian Church announces Henry Paris has accepted the opportunity to serve as BPC's full-time Youth Ministry director. 

"His ?rst o?cial day is Aug. 1 and he has already begun to engage in activities with our youth group," officials said.

Mr. Paris graduated from Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, in May 2018.  He has a bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary studies with concentrations in Bible, youth ministry and coaching.  He expressed on his resume the following objective, “To have a positive in?uence on the next generation and instill a desire in these students to develop their personal walk with Christ. To learn the dynamic of the group and foster a special community based on the founding principle of love found in the Gospel.”

"We feel blessed that God has brought Henry to serve at BPC in the leadership role of our youth ministry.  We look forward to serving alongside Henry in God's ministry and invite all to come welcome Henry to our community," officials said.


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