Ordination Service

Presbyter Zimmerman awards commemorative plaque to Rev. & Mrs. Robert Fazzalore, newly ordained, 07-28-2010, Wed. night of WV UPCI Camp

WV UPCI Campground, Point Pleasant, WV — Three exemplary ministry couples were ordained during the Wednesday night service at the recent camp meeting:

  • Rev. and Mrs. Anthony Moss, pastor of North Charleston Apostolic Church, Charleston, WV
  • Rev. and Mrs. C. David Greever, minister of music at Riverside Ministries, Morgantown, WV
  • Rev. and Mrs. Robert Fazzalore, executive assistant at General Home Missions Division, UPCI, St. Louis, MO

Below are photos snapped during the ceremonies.

Youth Prayer Meetings at New Life Tabernacle in Moorefield, WV

Wanted to share how God is blessing our youth prayer meetings.

Church Building Progress in Moorefield, WV – Pastor Eugene Whetzel

Thank you, Jesus, for blessing us with this perfect location and wonderful building!

Sunday School Camp 2010

This was the first year my grandson attended church camp.  On Wednesday night he received the baptism of the Holy Ghost.  All I can say is "Woo Hoo!" and "Thank you, Jesus!"

Youth Camp

Great First Night of Youth Camp. 14 Received the Holy Ghost.

New Daughter Work Opening in Oak Hill Area

We're pleased to learn that a new daughter work is opening in the Oak Hill, WV area: Solid Rock Worship Center (UPCI). Their first service will be August 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm. The work is being pioneered by Apostolic Lighthouse (UPCI) in Mt. Carbon, WV under the leadership of Pastor Greg Hurley & Bishop John Hurley. Pastor Greg Hurley also serves as a sectional representative on the WV Home Missions Board of Directors. We're excited about this new work and will bring you updates as we get them.

Solid Rock Worship Center
Solid Rock Worship Center - work in progress. Since this photo was posted, the sheetrock has been put up. More photos when we can get them!

Local Church to Get Land for New Location

Future home of Christian Apostolic Church
The seller (on the left -- he's tall!) receiving earnest money from Pastor Joseph on behalf of CAC. 🙂

Clarksburg (Lost Creek), WV - Christian Apostolic Church (UPCI), has agreed to buy 7.2 acres of meadow land adjacent to Interstate 79 and located only a couple tenths of a mile from an exit off the interstate. Pastor Doug Joseph writes, "Our church has long sought to get a better location. Property in our area is very expensive. If land is in a good location it is extremely expensive. After years of looking and praying, we eventually resolved to just have faith and patiently wait for God to help. God has answered in a big way. Long story short: Today we met with the owner, and entered into a purchase agreement for land in a great location. Several of our church members were there, including Elders, Board members, and Saints. It is with great joy and excitement that we announce that CAC will, if the Lord tarries, eventually move to a new location that is much better than our current location. The meadow land is beautiful. We praise the Lord for His great BLESSINGS! Hallelujah!" (Photos by Elder David Harris Jr.)

Altar Pics from Recent Service

Bro Greg praying with his son Grant at Christian Apostolic Church on 2010-07-18. Pastor Doug Joseph had preached a message entitled 'Touchdown.'

WV UPCI Sunday School Camp Praise Reports

(Note: The newest reports are shown at the top.)

Elder John Sandy sent us the following comments and photos via email:

Here are some pics from Sunday School camp that you can either use on the church bulletin or the district website.  I had to delete several that did not come out too well due to lighting.

I am also including some of the better ones that JT took after service, before we left.  He is definitely hooked on becoming an every-year camper.  He loved praising the Lord and thought all the church events were perfect for him.  He has come home excited about what God could do through him!

I am especially thankful for those who go and take time from their personal jobs to minister to these young ones and make them strong now, so that when they become the senior high group, they can hit the ground running.

INVOLVED;  DEDICATED;  COMMITTED;  CONSISTENT

The future of the WV UPCI is looking brighter because of Sunday School kids that love to praise God and learn of Him!

(Photos below by Elder John Sandy and/or J.T. Sandy)

Angel Raye Bowers sent us this message via Facebook: "My little girl and I both received the Holy Ghost last night [Friday night] at WV Church Camp!"

Tiphanii Meadors posted on Facebook: "Had a great night at camp! 33 total filled with the Holy Ghost @ WV Sunday School Camp!"

Adena Joseph (camper) reported when she arrived home: "Thirty people got the Holy Ghost!" (That apparently did not include some who were filled in the final service.)

Pastor Keith Fought posted on Facebook: "Was at Holy Hill tonight to get Kenneth from Sunday School Camp. He received the Holy Ghost at eight years old!! I am so proud of him."

Pastor Steven Joy posted on Facebook: "We just found out that a total of 23 have received the gift of the Holy Ghost so far in the WV UPCI Sunday School Camp!"

Jerry Bonecutter posted on Facebook: "My 7 year old, Tyler, was filled with the Holy Ghost at Sunday School Camp, second day!"

Amy Hay posted on Facebook: "My 36 year old husband (aka the sound man) got the Holy Ghost!!" Then Paula Witt commented, "Yes, he SURE DID!! I'm still rejoicing!! :)"

Tiphanii Meadors posted on Facebook: "16 kids filled with the Holy Ghost at Sunday School Camp so far!!" (That was as of about mid-day Wednesday.)

Pastor Steven Joy posted on Facebook: "At least 10 kids received the Holy Ghost so far. We're just getting started too." (That was as of sometime Tuesday.)

WV District’s New Web Site

What a great representation of the West Virginia District. Thank you for all of your hard work. Bro. Joseph, you're the best.

Quick Video: Media Uploader

This is a quick video (7 min) by Doug Joseph showing lots of cool stuff about WV UPCI's new site capabilities, including how easy it is to upload an image or other file and then insert it into your new or existing post on the WV UPCI website at www.wvupci.org.

Youth Camp 2010 Flier

Download the 2010 Youth Camp flier in either PDF (418 KB) or JPG (573 KB) versions:

2010 Camp Flier - PDF (418 KB)
2010 Camp Flier - PDF (418 KB)
2010 Camp Flier - JPG (573 KB)
2010 Camp Flier - JPG (573 KB)

Live 2 Give


July 2, 2010

Dear Pastors, Ministers and Fellow Laborers:

Let me begin by saying how very humbled we are that you have elected us as your new District Youth Secretary. Tiphanii and I are very grateful and honored that you have placed your confidence in us. I can tell you that first and foremost we will do anything and everything we can to serve you, our District, youth team, and young people, to the very best of our ability. This is not a task we take lightly. With that being said, we are very excited about what the future holds!

We are very excited to be working with our new District Youth President Rev. David Bounds. I know he has a tremendous love and passion for our generation and will do an excellent job in his new role. Also, we are very blessed to have such a wonderful and capable youth team to work with. I believe we are on the brink of the greatest revival in the history of the West Virginia District Youth.

Let me take this time to also remind you about two very important things coming up. We are looking forward to West Virginia District Youth Camp on July 26th – 30th. We have evangelist Matt Tuttle scheduled to be with us. You don’t want to miss this exciting time of year! Also, remember the Sheaves for Christ deadline is rapidly approaching, August 29th. Please be in prayer and continue to raise funds for this excellent cause.

In closing, let me say that if there is anything that I can do to help or assist you please do not hesitate to call or email me. Together we can make a difference in this generation. We love each and every one of you and look forward to what God is going to do!

Live 2 Give,

Justin R. Meadors
WV District Youth Secretary