The Rev. Thomas Judge Boone III, the new senior pastor at Bethel Presbyerian Church in Cornelius, will preach his first sermon at Bethel on Sept. 17. Boone currently serves at Fairview Presbyterian Church in North Augusta, S.C. He and his wife, Joy, will move to Cornelius in August.
The Rev. Thomas Judge Boone III, the new senior pastor at Bethel Presbyerian Church in Cornelius, will preach his first sermon at Bethel on Sept. 17. Boone currently serves at Fairview Presbyterian Church in North Augusta, S.C. He and his wife, Joy, will move to Cornelius in August. Becca Bell 2b|Photography
The Rev. Thomas Judge Boone III, the new senior pastor at Bethel Presbyerian Church in Cornelius, will preach his first sermon at Bethel on Sept. 17. Boone currently serves at Fairview Presbyterian Church in North Augusta, S.C. He and his wife, Joy, will move to Cornelius in August. Becca Bell 2b|Photography

There’s a new senior pastor at Bethel Presbyterian, only No. 4 in 65 years

July 30, 2017 01:33 AM

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