George Carey installed as Kingman, Ariz., pastor

 
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George Carey

George Carey, former EPC World Outreach Director, has been installed as pastor of Kingman Presbyterian Church in Kingman, Ariz.

Carey noted that Kingman is in northwest Arizona, and is famous for having the largest remaining stretch of the old Route 66 highway.

“If you are ever traveling I-40 on Sunday morning, stop by and visit our worship services at 9:00 or 10:45!,” he said.

Carey added that the congregation is comprised of a high percentage of retirees who have moved into Kingman from other states—especially California—due to the area’s drastically lower cost of living.

“Nita and I are very excited to serve these wonderful people and we look forward to ministering to them and the entire community.”

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  1. Robert Blake

    I am happy to hear of your being installed as a pastor in Kingsman, AZ. They will truly enjoyed your great sermons. I loved everyone you gave here in Ossian, IN. As you may know we are now an EPC church and have our new minister which will start in early June. He was fantastic during his sermon he gave to the congregation. I truly believe God has sent us what we were looking for to give us His Word through the scripture. God Bless you and your lovely wife, may you serve your new church with God’s Blessings. Bob Blake

     

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