Reverend Carwyn Siddall said: "Since there isn't another large chapel in the pastorate
and due to the historical importance of the chapel - Michael D Jones, founder of the Welsh colony in Patagonia, was born in the chapel house while father was minister of the chapel at the time - it was decided to renovate Hen Gapel.
Under his pastorate
, church growth made it necessary for two major expansions, including adding 15,000 sq ft of classrooms, a new information center and additional offices.
Armstrong of Beaver Dam Baptist Church, who retired after forty years of service in one congregation, an unusually long period of time for a pastorate
After more than 25 years in the pastorate
, Bishop Hall continues to serve with vigor and tenacity.
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of a Swedish Lutheran congregation in Paris (pp.
His first homily at the Vesper Service was laced with theology, humor and grace, which were welcome signs of his pastorate
of the diocese.
service Sunday in honor of pastors who have supported the congregation while waiting for a full-time pastorate
, with a reception following.
After the cardinal objected to remarks Pfleger made on "The Tavis Smiley Show" on Public Radio International, many believed he would at last remove Pfleger from the pastorate
We are blessed with a handful of lovely, humble pastors who share the shepherding duties, and although the pastorate
of Little Church is still a boy's club, (my) hope springs eternal that that might someday change, perhaps even sooner than later.
In 1944, after a two-year pastorate
in Croghan, New York, he volunteered for relief work in China.
He graduated from the Northern College, Manchester in 1987 and went to his first pastorate
in Guisborough and Lingdale where he served as minister from 1987 until 1991.
She was inducted into the pastorate
at a service led by Yorkshire Synod Moderator, the Rev Kevin Watson.