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SCV Chaplains' Conference, May 17 & 18, 2018

The SCV Chaplains' Conference is scheduled for May 17 & 18, 2018 at the Providence Baptist Church, 1441 Erickson Avenue, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Pastor Andy Rice and our good brother Lloyd Sprinkle are hosting. We thank Pastor Rice and Brother Sprinkle for their willingness to help in this way. The Providence Church is an excellent facility for the Conference. All Chaplains, Compatriots, spouses, and friends are encouraged to attend (no charge).

 

The Chaplains' Conference will feature five inspirational worship services including old fashioned congregational singing, special music, prayer, and a featured sermon. In addition there will be times for fellowship and "browsing" the many display tables in the fellowship area (be sure to bring discretionary funds; you will want to take something home). Refreshments and lunch will be served for the Friday Conference day (no charge).

 

The schedule is noted below:

 

Worship Leaders

 

Pastor Andy Rice and Chaplain Lloyd Sprinkle, Hosting

Dr. Ray L. Parker, Chaplain-in-Chief, MC

Chaplain Lloyd Sprinkle, Song Leader

Jacqueline Sprinkle and Miriam Clark,  Pianist / Organist

 

Special Music

Jacqueline Sprinkle

Miriam Clark

 

The schedule (Eastern Time Zone) for the Conference is:

 

Thursday, May 17

 

7:00 PM WORSHIP CELEBRATION

8:15 PM Fellowship and Browsing

 

Friday, May 19

 

9:00 AM WORSHIP CELEBRATION

10:15 AM Fellowship and Browsing

 

10:45 AM WORSHIP CELEBRATION

11:45 AM Lunch (no charge) and Browsing

 

1:00 PM WORSHIP CELEBRATION

2:15 PM Fellowship and Browsing

 

2:30 PM WORSHIP CELEBRATION

3:30 PM Fellowship and Browsing

 

I hope you are making your plans now to attend these two inspirational, motivational days in the Old Dominion. No registration is necessary -- just come and enjoy Southern hospitality, Southern preaching, Southern cooking, and Southern singing.  

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