Rev. Gerald O'Guinn To Speak At SCWN Luncheon June 23

Thursday, June 16, 2022
Rev. Gerald O'Guinn
Rev. Gerald O'Guinn

Scenic City Women’s Network will host guest speaker Rev. Gerald O’Guinn, pastor of Love Fellowship Baptist Church, during the June Luncheon at the Mountain City Club at 729 Chestnut Street in Chattanooga on Thursday, June 23 at noon.

Registration is $25 and open to the public. Space is limited and registration ends June
21 at noon. Register online at SCWN.org, or call 423-698-6262.

SCWN, founded in 1994, is a non-profit ministry for Christian professional women. The mission
of the SCWN is to Encourage, Equip and Energize today’s Christian working women. SCWN
provides special events, networking opportunities, webinars and more.

For more information about SCWN or to learn more about future luncheons and events,
visit www.SCWN.org.

About the speaker:

Rev. O’Guinn was born in Strong, Ar. on Aug. 26, 1962, to Charles and Marjorie O’Guinn, Jr. In
1992, he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. He has gone through the
Chattanooga Resource Foundation’s Leadership Program, and for several years he was an
active participant in the Christian Business Men’s lunch Bible study.

While serving in multiple capacities in Chattanooga area churches, the Lord led him to seminary.
He is currently pursuing a master of divinity degree and is the pastor at Love Fellowship Baptist
Church.


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