Religion seniors recognized at commissioning service
Each spring, Southern Wesleyan University’s Division of Religion holds a Commissioning Service, a rite of passage for religion students as they prepare to leave SWU and move into ministry or additional ministry preparation.
The service was held April 27 at historic Freedom’s Hill Church, located on the university’s campus in Central. Preaching at the service was Mike McClung, pastor of Trinity Wesleyan Church in Central.
Seniors recognized at the Commissioning Service were: Christian Clour of Belton; Hannah Covington of Harrisburg, N.C.; Andrew Hochhalter of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Emily McClendon of Fayetteville, N.C.; Madalyn Mills of Kernersville, N.C.; Gavin Potter of Central; Micah Sparrow of Maynardville, Tenn.; Kaleb Spaugh of Hertford, N.C.; and Champ Squires of Alcolu.
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