Pastor Hern back on the job at Baptist Church

Church to host Gordie West concert May 24

The congregation of the Bethany Baptist Church in Barriere say they are pleased to re-introduce Pastor Allen Hern to the community, noting he has answered the call to serve as an Interim Pastor for the Church during the upcoming months.

Pastor Hern has served for over 40 years and the Bethany Baptist congregation say they are blessed to have him come and share his gifts and experience with the community.

Pleased to have the opportunity to visit with old aquaintences in the community, Pastor Hern says he and his wife Sheila are looking forward to making new friends as he travels throughout the Barriere area visiting.

The Pastor will be speaking at the Church two or three Sunday’s each month and those attending will find the messages informative, challenging and interesting.

Pastor Hern advises that on Tuesday, May 24, Bethany Baptist Church, Kamloops’ First Baptist Church, and Summit Drive Baptist Church will be cosponsoring a concert featuring well-known entertainer Gordie West.  West is an international recording artist who annually performs at the Calgary Stampede.   He will be offering up his special brand of humour, while singing country and gospel songs for the community.

The concert will be held at the Pentecostal Church on Annesty Road from 1:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.,  and everyone is welcome to attend.

For more information call Pastor Allen Hern at 250-376-1607 or Bethany Baptist Church on Thursday or Friday at 250-672-5115.

Bethany Baptist Church offers regular Sunday services, which include an Adult Sunday School at 10 a.m., the Morning Message at 11 a.m., and a Children’s Church at 11:30 a.m., the Church also hosts monthly Ladies and Men’s Breakfasts. They can be found at 604 Barriere Town Road.

 

 

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