Grateful for the good hope of Jesus’ resurrection when we come to the end of our lives, the presbytery mourns the loss of Rev. Terry Greenlee, who died Friday at Allegheny General Hospital after complications from surgery the week prior. Terry was surrounded by his family at the time of his death. An honorably retired member of our presbytery, he served the Jackson Center and Millbrook churches. Our condolences to his wife, Chris, and his six children. A service of witness to the resurrection will be held on Tuesday, 10am, at Jackson Center church. Read more here.
Grateful for the good news of Jesus’ incarnation and all it means at the start of our lives, the presbytery celebrates with Max and Heather Muska the birth Sunday of their first child, a girl, named Harper Rose: 7 lbs 1 ounce, 19.5 inches, born in Pittsburgh. Max is a candidate for ordination under the care of Beaver-Butler Presbytery and serves the Harlansburg and Rich Hill churches as Student Pastor. They live in New Castle. Welcome, Harper Rose!