Pastor’s Message – September 2019
As I write my Pastor’s column this month it is with conflicting emotions.
I am happy but also sad, both at the same time.
You wonder why that is? Well this will be my last article to write for the digest, since if you haven’t heard October 1 Market Street will have a new Pastor, Rev. Kenneth Chorle. His first Sunday will be October 6 and I am so excited for the church.
The PNC committee spent many hours listening to God and reviewing resumes of too many pastors to count to find the person God wanted to be His leader for this church and they found him in Pastor Ken.
2020 will be a new adventure for the church and to see where God will be leading Market Street.
So that leads to why I am also sad, this means I will be leaving Market Street in October after spending over 2 years leading, learning, growing and worshipping with you.
We shared in the sadness of funerals, surgery and hospital and home visits, the joy of weddings, the many hospitality meals, and the special programs.
It has been a wonderful two years. So many great people who have touched my life and I am thankful for the people I have met and the friends I have made.
As Market Street begins a new chapter in its life, know that you will always hold a very special place in my heart, and you will always be in my prayers and I ask you to keep me in your prayers.