Speakers featured at Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening, sponsored by the Mines and Royer United Methodist churches, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.

The services are non-denominational and will be held at Springfield Estates, 3733 Piney Creek Road, off Route 866 near Williamsburg.

Music will be provided by local praise bands.

On Monday, the speaker will be Amy Hartman of Huntingdon, who is a praise and worship leader at Trinity Assembly of God. Hartman, along with her husband, Dr. Jeff Hartman, organize a mission trip to the jungle of Costa Rica.

The Hartmans live on a farm near Huntingdon where they raise Appaloosa horses and spend time with their four children and 10 grandchildren.

On Tuesday, Dave “Coach” Cadle will be the speaker for youth night. Cadle is the executive director of Through Inc., East Freedom. Through Inc. helps people through physical, emotional, social and spiritual obstacles and offers available resources.

Cadle founded the Crossroad in Williamsburg, which helps local adults and youth. He was a banker for 34 years and basketball coach for 25 years. Cadle has three adult children, two grandchildren, and a special friend and her family.

On Wednesday, the Rev. Dr. Stephen Gallaher will deliver the message. Gallaher serves as professor of Christian Ministries/Youth Ministry at Messiah College.

He is the owner of Plum Hollow Youth Ministry Resources and is the founder/executive director emeritus of Salt ‘N Light Youth Ministry Inc. Gallaher also serves as an associate teaching minister at the Camp Hill United Methodist Church.

He, along with his wife, Anne, have three adult daughters and sons-in-law and four grandsons. Along with his brothers, he runs the family farm.

For more information on the Spring Awakening, contact Pastor Gordon Trimer at 669-9379; Lori at 832-3636 or Patty at 832-2379.

There is no charge to attend the services; offerings will be accepted.

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