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Southeast District UMW Welcomes Pastors
On July 16th, the Southeast District United Methodist Women treated the newly assigned pastors and their families to a welcome brunch. The UMW held the brunch at Trinity United Methodist Church in Alexander City.
The warm and relaxing atmosphere gave the incoming pastors the opportunity to meet and fellowship with people in their new district. After an ice-breaking mixer time in which each person had to find a biblical counterpart, District Superintendent Richard Stryker welcomed the pastors and shared with them his excitement and joy at being able to work with them.
Mrs. Laura Campbell, president of the Southeast District United Methodist Women (UMW), congratulated the pastors on their new assignments. She spoke of the leadership=s campaign to activate UMW in many of the churches.
This was truly an exciting Saturday morning for the pastors, the District leadership and the United Methodist Women.