A variety of holiness ministers throughout southern West Virginia will serve as preachers at spring revival services May 22-25 at Greenbrier Valley Church of the Nazarene in Fairlea.
The four-day event kicks off Sunday, May 22, with a breakfast at 9 a.m. in the fellowship hall. The meal, free of charge, is being provided by the church’s Sunday School department.
Following the breakfast, a concert of sacred music will be presented at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary by Christian vocal artist Eva McVey of Alderson. An offering will be taken for McVey to help with her music ministry.
At 11 a.m., the first service of the spring revival series will begin, featuring music by the church choir and sermon by Dr. Mervin Smith, superintendent of the West Virginia South District of the Church of the Nazarene.
The 6 o’clock service that evening will include music and preaching by the Rev. Carl Sellards, a retired Free Methodist minister from Raleigh County.
The remainder of the services, Monday through Wednesday, will begin at 6:30 each evening. The speaker for Monday is Richard Wagoner, pastor of First Church of the Nazarene in Beckley. Tuesday’s speaker is Randy James, pastor of Oak Hill Church of the Nazarene. Harold Massey, pastor of New Horizons Church of the Nazarene in Athens, will preach Wednesday evening.
Greenbrier Valley Church of the Nazarene (gvnazarene.org) is located at Davis Stuart Road and Dawkins Drive, approximately one-half mile south of Greenbrier Valley Medical Center in Fairlea. The Rev. Glen Thaxton is pastor.