Showing posts from January, 2020
Friends and family of Jason Chapel:

Congratulations to Casey and Nichole Sliman on the dedication of Rory June Sliman. It was a wonderful start to a Sunday morning. Rory did great as we walked through the sanctuary. I loved hearing the words of blessings being spoken to her as we passed by some of you and I loved hearing you sing our blessing song. Those truly are the moments I love the most in ministry. If you would like your baby to be dedicated, all you need to do is let me know. I will walk you through the process. It is very easy. 
Sunday evening, we joined together for the Big Birthday Bash. Tables were decorated and conversation took place. We played some games and enjoyed snacks and cake. Evelyn Greene was the youngest person represented and Lee Umsted represented the most mature among the crowd. Thank you to all who came and all the food you brought with you. 
On February 16, 2020 after morning worship, you are invited to attend a Jason Chapel Valentine’s Luncheon. This will be …
Friends and family of Jason Chapel:

As January moves beneath our feet, it is hard to believe that we are already facing February; its arrival doesn’t seem to be slowing. Over the next six weeks there will be a lot of behind the scene work taking place in preparation for the new upcoming Church Year which begins March 1, 2020.  Annual Elections for new church board members will be held February 16, 2020. This year Family Camp, District Assembly, and Conventions at Camp Garner Creek will be combined. The dates for District Assembly is May 28th – 30th. If you are willing and would like to serve as a delegate to assembly and represent Jason Chapel, please notify the church office as soon as you can.  We will need to have delegates in place prior to March 1, 2020. There will be more information concerning elections and District Assembly in the coming weeks. 
As we enter February, we also enter an important time of life within Jason Chapel. In the Church of the Nazarene, the pastor and church…
Friends and family of Jason Chapel:

I want to start this week’s letter by saying thank you to such a wonderful team. It is nearly just as difficult being away as it is to prepare for being here. However, with such wonderful people ready and willing, it sure makes such moments easier. Thank you to Ben Brown for covering my duties and serving as Journey Sunday School Class teacher. Thank you to Cheri Eaton and Phyllis Lutz for unlocking/locking and preparing the building for services. Thank you to Rev. Ray Brunet for handling the duties of Pastoral Prayer. And thank you to Dr. Steven Hoskins of Trevecca Nazarene University, for serving as pulpit supply on a day with so many different elements. I greatly missed being with you and I greatly missed being a part of the Wesleyan Covenant Service. I did however, sit and read the covenant during my devotion time Monday morning. It wasn’t the same, but it was needed none-the-less. 
Monday morning our volunteer staff team joined together for our f…