Saturday, January 12, 2008

A Note from Rob Hill and St. Paul PCA

So many of you remember (fondly) Rob Hill, from his time with us as a CE intern, that i thought that I'd pass along this letter from him to Presbytery. As you know, he has been the Pastor of St. Paul PCA since he left us, and is doing an outstanding job.

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Brothers,

The Lord has been gracious to us at St. Paul and has seemed to answer our prayers regarding the sale of our facility in South Jackson. We currently have a contract on the facility and hope to close in another month or so. There don't appear to be any obstacles to this sale going through.

Please pray for us as a congregation regarding a number of matters:

-- That we would find a temporary meeting place in Clinton while we build our new facility on Pinehaven Rd.
-- That our congregation would experience peace, unity, and spiritual growth during this time of great transition.
-- That we would be zealous in our attempts to minister to our new community.
-- That the Lord would grant the funds needed to build the new facility.

We have been in a state of almost constant transition during the last four years at St. Paul: the church split, the receiving of Mt. Salus, the closing of the school, and now a move.

Please remember to pray for us. Ps. 89:1 "I will sing of the mercies of the Lord forever; with my mouth will I make known your fatihfulness to all generations."

In Christ's love,

Rob Hill

8 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Pastor Robert S. Hill is very gifted in working with the elderly and hospice care.

Anonymous said...

The bank loan did not go through for the new building.

Anonymous said...

Please pray for the session. Some members want to go into debt. Some do not.

Anonymous said...

St. Paul has issued a bond and poured a slab.

Anonymous said...

St. Paul needs to sell their building on Robinson Road. They have had several groups that want to buy this building but no approvals. The church building on Pinehaven is presently locked up.

Anonymous said...

I noticed that there is no mention of St. Paul moving to Clinton on their website.

Anonymous said...

Looks like they are really moving to Clinton.