Caldwell Presbyterian Church’s newly appointed pastor, Chad Jones, poses in front of the sanctuary, located in Lake George. The church will be holding a ceremony Nov. 11 to officially install Jones as pastor.
Lake George The members and friends of the Caldwell Presbyterian Church will gather at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 for a special service to install their new pastor, Chad Jones.
The public is invited to attend the service at Caldwell Presbyterian, located at 71 Montcalm St., church representative David King said.
“All are welcome to attend and celebrate this exciting new beginning in the life of the church and community,” King said.
The service will be followed by a ham dinner in the church hall — for anyone wishing to reserve seats in advance.
Rev. Jones and his wife and two children come to our region from Louisville, Kentucky, where Jones previously attended seminary. He most recently served as Associate Pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Kalispell, Montana. He now joins the Lake George community with great enthusiasm for working with all persons who call this region their home, he said this week.
“I feel as though my God-given gifts for ministry closely aligns with the vision and goals that you have for Caldwell Presbyterian Church,” Rev. Jones said in a recent letter to the church members and friends. “My family and I are very excited about the possibility of serving you and getting to know each of you personally.”
Pastor Jones joins a long heritage of individuals dedicated to serving the residents and visitors of the Lake George region. Founded in 1810, Caldwell Presbyterian Church continues its history of service to God and remains open to visitors of all denominations, King added.