Waynesburg University’s Biblical & Ministry Studies Program will host its annual Ministry Leaders Appreciation Dinner Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Pastors and ministry leaders from the area are invited to attend.
This is a wonderful opportunity to bless local ministry leaders and to make connections for our students at Waynesburg University as they seek to grow in their own ministry calling."
The event, which celebrates pastors and ministry staff from local churches, features a sit-down dinner in the Glass Dining Room of Benedum Dining Hall, ministry fellowship with local leaders and Waynesburg students, a message shared by a guest speaker and a concluding prayer.
Kent Chevalier, team chaplain for the Pittsburgh Steelers with Athletes in Action, will serve as the guest speaker for this year’s event.
"This is a wonderful opportunity to bless local ministry leaders and to make connections for our students at Waynesburg University as they seek to grow in their own ministry calling," said University Chaplain Joshua Sumpter.
While joining in fellowship around the table, Biblical & Ministry Studies students will have an opportunity to grow their connections and engage in discussions with active ministry leaders about their own calling to ministry.
"As a Christian university, our relationship with local churches and ministry staff is vital to helping our students grow in Christ during their time at Waynesburg University," added Sumpter.
Local pastors and ministry leaders interested in attending this event should send their RSVP to Sumpter at email@example.com by Friday, Feb. 10.