CWA needs help to ‘undo Amendment 2’
JEFFERSON CITY – Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Missouri will host a Lobby Day Jan. 10 in the Capitol’s first floor rotunda from
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wendy Wright, president of Concerned Women for America, and several Missouri state senators and representatives will speak. Information will be available so attendees will be able to visit their state representative and state senator.
To RSVP or for more information, call 417-336-6284. A Missourians Against Human Cloning Rally will be March 7.
CALIFORNIA – First Baptist Church has called Timothy E. Burgher as minister of music and worship. He is currently serving at Hamlin Memorial Baptist Church in Springfield where he has been the music and education minister for eight years. He will begin his ministry in California Jan. 7.
OZARK – Selmore Baptist Church has called Marc Baker as its bi-vocational minister of music. Marc is a graduate of SBU and his wife, Staci, will assist him in his ministry.
ST. LOUIS – Mehlville Baptist Church has called Rich Permenter as their pastor. He formerly served as youth pastor at South County Baptist here.
THAYER – Chapel Hill Baptist Church recently called Rodney Baumgarden as their pastor. Baumgarden, his wife, Kristy, and their four teen-aged children previously lived in Holden, where he was pastor of Forward Community Church.
PATTERSON – Patterson Baptist Church recently called Bill and Cindy Winner to lead their youth ministry.
Correction on Marshall Library story
MARSHALL – In the Dec. 5 Pathway, a story concerning sexually explicit materials at Marshall’s Public Library, it was reported that the library hosted a Pagan Pride Festival in 2005. The library only allowed a flyer advertising the festival to be placed on its bulletin board. The library was not connected to the festival. The Pathway is glad to set the record straight.