Chase McCarragher, 16, has earned yet another medal in Special Olympics competition. McCarragher recently won a second place silver medal in bowling. According to his parents, Pat and Angela McCarragher, Chase has now won about 50 medals. Chase is a member of Three Rings, the youth ministry at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg, GA
Dear Christ the King and Mid-South Diocese Friends,
As I announced during the Christ the King Christmas Party, Father Paul Massey, after 16+ years, is concluding his ministry at Christ the King. Paul served as a faithful layman, a deacon, and, finally, as a priest. About eight years ago, he and Judy planted a mission church in Fayetteville and, for the last several years, he has been dividing his duties between Christ the King and Church of the Holy Cross.
Early in 2012, Father Paul indicated a desire to begin to phase down his ministry at CTK while increasing his ministry at CHC and, so, he began working one day a week at CTK rather than his normal three. At a recent meeting with Father Paul, he reminded me that he turned 70 back in November and asked to be relieved of his duties as Curate at Christ The King Church effective December 31, 2012.
Dr Judy Massey, Peachtree City, recently led a workshop and training seminar entitled, “Healing the Broken Hearted–Setting the Captive Free,” a workshop on inner healing based on Isaiah 61:1. Over 40 people from various churches and locations in Georgia attended the workshop which was co-sponsored by the Jehovah Rapha Chapter of the International Order of St. Luke the Physician and the Charismatic Episcopal Diocese of the Mid-South. The training event was held at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg, GA.
Dr. Massey holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Regent University and is a Commission Minister of Evangelism. She is married to Father Paul Massey, pastor of Church of the Holy Cross, Fayetteville.