Marlow Ministerial Alliance Pastors Ready for Thanksgiving Service

November 17, 2022
Pastor Zack Potts of Eastside Baptist Church, Pastor Doyle Sharp of First United Methodist Church and Pastor David Woods of Glory Bound Church, braved the cold 34-degree temperatures early Monday morning, Nov. 14, 2022,  for a photo in front of FUMC on Marlow Main Street. They were gathered to promote the annual Marlow Ministerial Alliance’s Community Thanksgiving Service at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. 
Photo by Toni Hopper/The Marlow Review Pastor Zack Potts of Eastside Baptist Church, Pastor Doyle Sharp of First United Methodist Church and Pastor David Woods of Glory Bound Church, braved the cold 34-degree temperatures early Monday morning, Nov. 14, 2022, for a photo in front of FUMC on Marlow Main Street. They were gathered to promote the annual Marlow Ministerial Alliance’s Community Thanksgiving Service at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022.
Photo by Toni Hopper/The Marlow Review

Pastor Zack Potts of Eastside Baptist Church, Pastor Doyle Sharp of First United Methodist Church and Pastor David Woods of Glory Bound Church, braved the cold 34-degree temperatures early Monday morning, Nov. 14, 2022, for a photo in front of FUMC on Marlow Main Street. They were gathered to promote the annual Marlow Ministerial Alliance’s Community Thanksgiving Service.

It is scheduled to be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Methodist Church, 421 W. Main St. It is a night of worship for all local area churches, with Rev. Doyle Sharp delivering the message. In addition to the special service, this event is also the Alliance’s largest fund collection of the year. Half of the donations go directly to support The Samaritan on Main Street in Marlow. The other half of donations benefit scholarships for senior students graduating from area high schools.



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