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.)