More scoops so soon - yes. As always keep us up to date on what we missed, got wrong, etc. Blessings.
AL: Cox Boulevard in Sheffield is looking for a new Youth Minister. They run between 450-500 on Sunday morning. Learn more about Cox Boulevard at http://www.coxblvd.org/wp/. If interested contact Larry Kilpatrick at256-627-1640 or email him at email@example.com
MI: The church in Adrian is looking for a new preacher. You can contact them at: 517-260-4023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AR: The church in Waldron, AR, is looking for a minister. We have no other details on that listing.
AL: Steve Smith resigned Sunday at Beltline in Decatur. He will be returning to Mission Viejo, CA where he moved from. To learn more about Beltline go to: http://www.beltlinechurchofchrist.org/index.php
OK: The church in McLoud, OK is now looking for a new preacher. Resumes need to be sent ASAP, as tryouts have begun already. Send to church of Christ, PO Box 760, McLoud, OK 74851.
AL: Dennis Jones is retiring, effective immediately, as the president of Heritage Christian University in Florence, AL. He has served in that role of roughly 28 years.
NH: The church meeting on Old Rochester Road in Dover is looking for a preacher. Paul Bullock has been the preacher and he is helping in the search. He has preached there for about 10 years. New England is a tough mission area there are roughly 45 congregations and 2,000 members of the church in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Candidates will need to bring or raise their own support. The church does own their own building, but has no housing. For more details contact Paul A. Bullock, 89 Old Rochester Road, Dover, N.H. 03820. 207-490-1487, email@example.com.
AL: Mike Whisenant is taking the pulpit job at the Saks church. This leaves the Rock Creek church open. They run about 90-110 on Sunday morning. To find out more contact Charles Shepherd 205 568-8231. They have not yet begun their search and may go the interim route first. We will keep you posted
FL: The Floral City church is looking for a full time minister to carry on the work. They said they have “No problems, good foundation and the congregation is a good older congregation.” They have about 25 on Sunday morning and 10-12 onWednesday. They offer two weeks vacation, one week for a lectureship, and one week for camp. House and utilities paid. Lawn maintenance is done by someone else. JB Sims is the preach who is leaving and you can learn more from him at firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.floralcitychurchofchrist.com/church.