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Pentecostal student fellowship organizes at BPC
Special to BPC News & Public Information
MOUNT VERNON—One of Brewton-Parker College’s newest organizations, Alpha Omega Pentecostal Student Fellowship, launched its kick-off meeting March 1 in the Briscoe Center with nearly 20 people in attendance. Students gathered for a time of worship, to hear the Word, and to fellowship with one another, said student organizer Luther Caraway.
Alpha Omega is a campus collegiate ministry formed in 2005 by the Church of God with national headquarters located in Cleveland, Tenn. The Vidalia Church of God, along with Rev. Ryan Herrington serving as BPC’s campus pastor, sponsors the college chapter. Herrington is a 2003 BPC graduate and currently leads the youth at Vidalia Church of God. He and his wife, Billie, live in Vidalia.
Weekly worship services will be held on Thursdays at 9 p.m. in the Briscoe Center.
“Alpha Omega is open to anyone within the Brewton-Parker College community who would like to join and fellowship with other believers as we encourage one another, bringing hope to our world and lifting up the name of Jesus Christ,” said Caraway.