29 Jun 2017

Coming soon!!!!! Rev Dr. Harris Athanasiadis

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Coming soon!!!!!  Rev Dr. Harris Athanasiadis.

After taking an intentional time of interim ministry to transition from the longtime ministries of Rev. Bill Middleton and Rev. Jen Sokolowsky; Armour Heights is pleased to announce that we have called Harris to be our new minister.

Harris will soon begin ministry at Armour Heights with his first Sunday being August 20th, and we’ll have a celebration welcome BBQ that day!

Harris BBQ

Rev. Carolyn McAvoy has journeyed with us through this interim time and we will say farewell to her on July 30th with a time of lunch and thankfulness for the gifts of this interim time together.

Carolyn Luncheon

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