Grace UMC holds fourth Lenten Luncheon


The fourth Lenten Luncheon in Grace United Methodist Church’s 47th year of annual Lenten Luncheons introduced a dynamic young newcomer to the local community of faith: The Reverend Gray Marshall, serving as transition pastor at First Presbyterian Church. On March 3 he spoke on the topic of “Jesus, Barabbas, and Pilate.” Shown with the Rev. Marshall are (from left), retired teacher Cindy Sagar from First Presbyterian, and Dr. Norma Kirby, head of a contingent from the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, of which she is president. A moment of silence was observed prior to the meal in honor of 100-year-old Jane Foster, another retired teacher and a longtime tireless worker at Grace Methodist prior to her recent death.


The fourth Lenten Luncheon in Grace United Methodist Church’s 47th year of annual Lenten Luncheons introduced a dynamic young newcomer to the local community of faith: The Reverend Gray Marshall, serving as transition pastor at First Presbyterian Church. On March 3 he spoke on the topic of “Jesus, Barabbas, and Pilate.” Shown with the Rev. Marshall are (from left), retired teacher Cindy Sagar from First Presbyterian, and Dr. Norma Kirby, head of a contingent from the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, of which she is president. A moment of silence was observed prior to the meal in honor of 100-year-old Jane Foster, another retired teacher and a longtime tireless worker at Grace Methodist prior to her recent death.

The fourth Lenten Luncheon in Grace United Methodist Church’s 47th year of annual Lenten Luncheons introduced a dynamic young newcomer to the local community of faith: The Reverend Gray Marshall, serving as transition pastor at First Presbyterian Church. On March 3 he spoke on the topic of “Jesus, Barabbas, and Pilate.” Shown with the Rev. Marshall are (from left), retired teacher Cindy Sagar from First Presbyterian, and Dr. Norma Kirby, head of a contingent from the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, of which she is president. A moment of silence was observed prior to the meal in honor of 100-year-old Jane Foster, another retired teacher and a longtime tireless worker at Grace Methodist prior to her recent death.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_20160303_113841.jpgThe fourth Lenten Luncheon in Grace United Methodist Church’s 47th year of annual Lenten Luncheons introduced a dynamic young newcomer to the local community of faith: The Reverend Gray Marshall, serving as transition pastor at First Presbyterian Church. On March 3 he spoke on the topic of “Jesus, Barabbas, and Pilate.” Shown with the Rev. Marshall are (from left), retired teacher Cindy Sagar from First Presbyterian, and Dr. Norma Kirby, head of a contingent from the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, of which she is president. A moment of silence was observed prior to the meal in honor of 100-year-old Jane Foster, another retired teacher and a longtime tireless worker at Grace Methodist prior to her recent death.
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