It was an emotional day for many on Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Douglas. After 22 years of service, the Rev. Mark Sidney (inset), who is retiring, gave his last sermon. “It’s hard to put into words how grateful and thankful we have been for his dedication and service to the members of Immanuel Lutheran all these years,” the church posted on its Facebook page. A congressional photo was taken after service, followed by a luncheon honoring Sidney.
It was an emotional day for many on Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Douglas. After 22 years of service, the Rev. Mark Sidney (inset), who is retiring, gave his last sermon. “It’s hard to put into words how grateful and thankful we have been for his dedication and service to the members of Immanuel Lutheran all these years,” the church posted on its Facebook page. A congressional photo was taken after service, followed by a luncheon honoring Sidney. Provided
It was an emotional day for many on Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Douglas. After 22 years of service, the Rev. Mark Sidney (inset), who is retiring, gave his last sermon. “It’s hard to put into words how grateful and thankful we have been for his dedication and service to the members of Immanuel Lutheran all these years,” the church posted on its Facebook page. A congressional photo was taken after service, followed by a luncheon honoring Sidney. Provided

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May 31, 2017 1:03 PM