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Apopka Church Honors Public Leaders

posted on September 08, 2015, under Church by

by Thomas and Robert Broome

Apopka, Fla., Church celebrated Friendship Day by honoring public leaders. Pictured from left: Associate Pastor Andrew Moreno, Police Chief Robert M. Manley, Police Captain David Cook, Fire Chief Lee Bronson, Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, and Senior Pastor Steve Jencks. (Photo: Robert Broome)

Apopka, Fla., Church celebrated Friendship Day by honoring public leaders. Pictured from left: Associate Pastor Andrew Moreno, Police Chief Robert M. Manley, Police Captain David Cook, Fire Chief Lee Bronson, Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, and Senior Pastor Steve Jencks. (Photo: Robert Broome)

Early this year, Apopka Church celebrated Friendship Day to honor Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, Police Chief Robert M. Manley, Police Captain David Cook, and Fire Chief Lee Bronson. These public servants represent more than 50 years of combined community service.

Senior Pastor Steve Jencks and Associate Pastor Andrew Moreno presented the leaders with plaques to commemorate their dedication and service to the people of Apopka. Jencks offered special thanks to men and women in public service throughout the Apopka Community, who are not always recognized but always appreciated.

Senior Pastor Steve Jencks (right) presents a plaque of appreciation to Apopka Fire Chief Lee Bronson for his years of service to the community. (Photo: Robert Broome)

Senior Pastor Steve Jencks (right) presents a plaque of appreciation to Apopka Fire Chief Lee Bronson for his years of service to the community. (Photo: Robert Broome)

Jencks presented the morning message, Fallen and Forgiven, to a full-capacity church. His sermon conveyed love for one another in spite of diversity and imperfections. This message affirmed the church motto, Living for Others, That Others May Live.

After the church service, everyone was invited to a fellowship dinner and a special evening program featuring gospel singer Charles Haugabrooks.


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