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Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center benefits from gifts

04.21.14 | Development, Alumni, Religion, Advancement

Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center benefits from gifts

    Pictured at the Carolina Women’s Retreat April 5, from left, are Lisa McWherter, SWU VP for advancement; Shirley Duncan, director of public and church relations for Hephzibah Ministries and SWU alumna; Joy Bryant, executive director of alumni and constituent relations; and Mary Costello, director of development.

    SWU received welcome news when the Wesleyan Women Retreat Committee voted to donate $6,000 to benefit the David and Shirley Duncan Children’s Ministry Lab in the Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center at SWU’s Central campus. The announcement was made during the Carolina Women’s Retreat April 5 at Springmaid Beach Resort and Conference Center.

    Fred Andrews, center, was honored April 12 by the naming of the Pastor Fred Andrews Counseling Room of the Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center, thanks to donations from his family, friends and members of ALIVE Wesleyan's congregation. Pictured with Andrews is University President Todd Voss and Andrews’ wife, Sondra. For details about supporting the Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center Campaign, contact McWherter at  or call ext. 5013. Detailed information is online at swu.edu/nmcenter.