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Summer Ministerial Transfers

May 28, 2010

[This memo was sent to the United Church of God ministry earlier today]

Summer Transfers

Greetings fellow ministers,

Here is an update for you on ministerial transfers to take place over the coming summer months.

Clyde and Dee Kilough will be moving to Raleigh, North Carolina. Clyde will pastor the Raleigh congregation, which has averaged more than 100 in attendance, along with the smaller Jacksonville, North Carolina, congregation. Both these congregations have been pastored by David Mills who will remain where he lives. He will continue to oversee the Asheboro and Charlotte, New Carolina, congregations.

Jim and Sharron Franks will be moving to Austin, Texas. He will become pastor of Austin as well as congregations in Waco and Coleman, Texas. Austin and Waco have been linked with San Antonio, Texas, with Gary Petty as pastor. Gary Petty will continue to be pastor in San Antonio. Also in Texas, Coleman was linked to Fort Worth and now Britt Taylor will be pastor of Fort Worth only.

David and Linda Register will be moving to the Redding, California, area where he will oversee the Red Bluff and Eureka congregations. Jim Chapman has been caring for that area since the early part of this year.

Larry and Judy Salyer will be moving to the Texarkana, Texas, and Ruston, Louisiana, congregations. These congregations were linked to East Texas (Big Sandy) under Ken Treybig.

All moves will take place this summer.

All the best for the Sabbath,

Roy Holladay, Interim President

May 28, 2010 - Posted by | Home Office, Ministerial Services, President's Office |

5 Comments »

  1. Wishing each one of the impacted couples our Father’s guidance and discernment as each of you prepare to embrace the next phase of your lives!

    Comment by David W. Morker | May 28, 2010 | Reply

  2. Mr. ROY HOLLADAY

    VERY THANKS FOR THE GOOD NEWS.
    VERY TRULY YOURS
    Mr. Mardonio LLANOS,
    UCG-LIMA-PERU

    Comment by Mardonio LLANOS | May 28, 2010 | Reply

  3. Why was Mr. Kilough asked to step down? No one has commented on this. I wish everyone well, with great support from myself, and I know others as well.

    Comment by Jan | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  4. Would it be possibe to hear from Mr Kilough? How is he doing?

    Comment by Trish | June 2, 2010 | Reply


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