Thursday, July 31, 2014

volunteer of the week WENN HAROLD

This week we honor Wenn Harold as The Community Fellowship’s Volunteer of the Week!

 

Wenn Harold and his family have attended The Community Fellowship for 3 years.

 

He has been active in several ministries including filming the baptisms we’ve celebrated since he’s joined us.  Wenn also filmed events such as the one we hosted in Fieldale with Woodmen of the World.

 

During our back2school registration, Wenn spent time entertaining the children by making balloon animals for them.

 

Other ministries that Wenn is involved in include being part of the Creative Team, serving as Production Manager, making sermon graphics and he also designed our “I Love Community” T-shirts.

 

Wenn loves playing music for the worship bands at both The Community Fellowship and at Newday of Martinsville and Henry County.  He also enjoys using his gift of music in the band “Left Hip Pocket”.  He says he believes God sent him to The Community Fellowship to impact this community, and he believe that without God, nothing is possible.

 

In his spare time, Wenn likes to play music and video games.  His favorite ministries are Production and Worship.  Wenn says he’s been in church his whole life and attributes his love of God to his parents who are the godliest people he knows.

 

Wenn’s favorite Bible verse is Psalm 90:14 that says, “Satisfy us each morning with Your unfailing love, so we may sing for joy to the end of our lives.”

 

We are proud to recognize Wenn Harold as our Volunteer of the Week!  Thank you, Wenn, for giving of your time and talent to serve others in our community!

 

 

***  for more information about The Community Fellowship or Dream Center call 276-647-8231 or email cmartin@thecommunityfellowship.org.  To give online click on this link https://tcf.ccbchurch.com/trx_submit.php?type=public_gift ***

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