2017 West Virginia/Western Maryland Ladies Conference

Video: 2nd night at #CCYC17 feat. new All-District Youth Choir + more!

Video segments from 2nd night at #CCYC17 —
Capital City Youth Congress of WV & western MD District UPCI

Worship:

All-District Youth Choir:

More: All-District Youth Choir:

Video & Pics: 1st night at #CCYC17 (Capital City Youth Congress)

What an awesome time of worship and anointed preaching during the first night of #CCYC17! (Video & pics by Pastor Doug Joseph.)

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Section 4 Minister’s Conference

The Minister's Conference for Section 4 of WV WMD District UPCI will convene at the Tornado Apostolic Church, Tornado, WV, Pastor Wilson Hudson.

THE MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED BY DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT GREG HURLEY & DISTRICT SECRETARY DALE PITSENBARGER.

Note this date is new, Friday March 31, 2017.

Sectional reports and tesstimonies from each Elected Department Representative will be given.

We will elect: Sectional Presbyter and Secretary and Sectional Representatives for N.A. Missions, Youth, Global Missions, Ladies, And Sunday School.

The business meeting will begin at 7:30pm with a meal following in the Church Fellowship Room.

Meal provided for by WV WMD Ladies Ministry and prepared by the Tornado Church Women.

Please RSVP TO 304-751-0913 by Tuesday 3/28/17 to allow plan for food preparation.

http://wvupci.org/ministers/2017/02/02/section-4-ministers-conference/

Section 1 Minister’s Conference (Business Meeting & Elections)

Click image for full-size flyer, or click here to download as a PDF.

West Virginia & western Maryland UPCI
Section 1 Minister’s Conference (Business Meeting & Elections)
at New Beginnings Worship Center of Fairmont, West Virginia.
Hosts: Bishop & Mrs. Wayne Efaw
When: Friday, March 24, 2017, at 7:00 pm

Note: Food provided afterwards (no charge), courtesy of our District Ladies Ministry & the hospitality of our hosts.

*Aspiring ministers welcome, but only licensed ministers may vote.

Please RSVP to Pastor Doug Joseph, Section 1 Presbyter:
(Email and cell number are shown in flyer above.)

http://wvupci.org/ministers/2017/02/02/section-1-ministers-conference-business-meeting-elections/

Indebted to our past, obligated to our future

Rev. Greg Hurley, District Superintendent

Dear WV/WMD Ministers,

Greetings in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. I am truly humbled and honored to have been recently elected to serve as District Superintendent of the WV/Western Maryland district. Thank you for the vote of confidence.

In these dangerous and perilous times we are confronted with an enormous task. We must never ignore, neglect or forget the path that led us to where we are today while keeping our eyes on the challenges and opportunities that lie before us.

Our district and my life has been richly blessed with a Godly heritage. As an independent pastor for many years, my late Father made the wise decision in the mid 1980’s to join the UPCI. This choice proved to make a dynamic impact on my life.

I can sincerely say, had it not been for the church camps, youth conventions, rallies and the countless friendships I have made, I would not be who I am or where I am today. I am thankful for the Godly leaders I have had the privilege to be surrounded by - men that spoke words of truth, encouragement and prophecy into my life. Men that unselfishly led by example, ever steady and never wavering. Men that prayerfully and carefully stayed the course in the face of opposition and compromise. Former Superintendents in my lifetime like... The late Greene Kitchen, Norman Mills, Dan Garlitz, Edwin Harper and the late David Hudson. To these great men of God, I humbly and respectfully say thank you! We are eternally indebted to the pioneers of truth that have paved the path which we are so privileged and blessed to trod. We truly dwell in houses we did not build, feast from vineyards we didn't plant, walk trails we did not blaze, and enjoy benefits we did not suffer for.

My pledge to this great district is that for as long as I am privileged to serve you, I will never waver or depart from the message that has been entrusted to me as a leader. Sound doctrine, holiness, and separation from the world are all vital elements to who we are, where we are, and where we will go as a district. In a world of moral decay, our Apostolic heritage and identity must, without exception, be preserved and protected not renovated or reconstructed. The wise man of Proverbs penned these powerful words in chapter 22 verse 28... “Remove not the ancient land-mark which thy fathers have set.”

While we are indeed indebted to our past we must understand that we are equally obligated to our future. We cannot afford to let go, let down, falter or fail while we press forward with vision and purpose. Yes, we have been richly blessed to walk in “Glory days” but I am convinced we have yet to see our “greatest days!” The most critical moment in a relay race is not the runner who starts the quickest at the beginning. It’s not he who navigates the twist and turns of the course with the greatest precision. It’s not even the one who maintains the greatest stamina during the steep inclines or the long stretches. While all of this is significant in its place, the most critical moment is when the relay baton is transferred from one hand to the other. It is at that moment the race can be won or it can be lost.

As we move forward let us firmly grip what those before us have carefully passed into our hands. As Eleazar’s hand clave to the sword, let our hand grip firmly what has been entrusted into our care.

In His Service,
Bro. Greg Hurley
WV/WMD District Superintendent

Capital City Youth Congress – February 2-3, 2017

GET UP, SHOW UP, STEP UP...

CCYC 2017 is almost here and bigger than ever!
Year after year CCYC delivers with tremendous moves of the Holy Ghost, uncompromising preaching and powerful worship! Our evening speaker this year will be Jason Staten from Maryland, and our day speaker will be Jerald Staten from Washingtion, D.C. We will launching some huge initiatives for 2017 and casting vision for the youth of district.  Additionally, Friday night after-service events will include a Lock-in at the South Charleston Community Center for ages 12-17 and a Hyphen event at the Civic Center for ages 18-30!

As a show of gratitude for our tremendous 2016 SFC Offering, concessions at the Youth Lock-in will be FREE!

REGISTER ONLINE HERE
REGISTER BY MAIL HERE

CCYC At the Door Prices: One Service $15,All Three Services $35