SATURDAY, FEB. 13 // 9:30-11:30AM on Zoom
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This year’s Spiritual Growth Retreat will focus on the theme “Knitted Together for God’s Good Work in a Challenging Time. Challenge might be a bit of an understatement when we think about the past year. Though we may feel alone in our struggles, God did not mean for us to walk alone.
We invite you to join us on Zoom for a time of fellowship, prayer and spiritual discipleship led by our guest speaker Rev. Nancy McCullough. (Scroll past the registration form to learn more about Rev. McCullough.)
As a constant focal Scripture for ministry to which she has been called, Rev. McCullough passionately embraces Jesus’ declaration in Luke 4:18:“
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captive and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free.”
There is not cost to the retreat, but please register below so we can send you the zoom link. If you need help registering, call the church office for assistance: 321-3484
Questions? Contact Gayle St. John firstname.lastname@example.org
Short Bio of Rev. Nancy McCullough:
Rev. Nancy J. McCullough is a Magma Cum Laude graduate of the University of Arkansas at Monticello where she received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Beginning in her native state of Arkansas, she served for numerous years in various states as a devoted educator.
Nancy McCullough is a Master of Divinity graduate of Phillips Theological Seminary where she graduated with honors and received a distinguished Methodist preaching award. In 2011, she was commissioned as a Provisional Elder in the United Methodist Church and served as an associate pastor at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.
In June 2015, she was ordained Elder in Full Connection in the Oklahoma Conference and was appointed to serve as pastor of the Spencer/Nicoma Park United Methodist Church charge. During her appointment as pastor of Spencer and Nicoma Park churches, Nancy led the congregations in missions and community service. Currently, she is on Leave of Absence with the Oklahoma Conference.
Rev. McCullough is married to Rev. Dr. Victor T. McCullough, District Superintendent of the Heartland District of the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church. She and Dr. McCullough are the blessed parents of four adult children.