CMU To Host Second Annual Prayer Breakfast
Methodist athletic department will host its second annual Prayer Breakfast on
Thursday, Feb. 28. The event will be held from 6:45-8:30 a.m. on the fourth
floor of the campus' Student Community Center.
Several local pastors and Central Methodist students, the Central Methodist choir and members of the Boy Scouts are scheduled to be a part of the event.
"This event is just another way Central Methodist University continues to give back to the community of Fayette through our mission of the NAIA Champions of Character program," the University's Vice President for Institutional Growth and Student Engagement/Athletic Director Ken Oliver said.
This year's featured speaker is Mike Jackman, a 1979 Central Methodist alumnus and part-time pastor of Mount Zion United Methodist Church in California, Mo.
Tickets for the prayer breakfast are $10 per person or $100 for a table of eight which includes sponsorship recognition. All proceeds will go to benefit the Fayette Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry.
For more information, contact Sherry Wells at 660-248-6346 or email@example.com.
About Mike Jackman: He is a life-time member of St. Paul United Methodist Church and for 13 years has been the part-time pastor of Mount Zion United Methodist Church in California, Mo.
Mike works full-time for the U.S. Post Office distribution facility at the Columbia Regional Airport and serves on the Board of Directors for Endless Options. He is a past-president of the Fayette Optimist Club. He was active in supporting Special Olympics for nearly 20 years and in 1983 attended the World Games of Special Olympics in Baton Rouge, La.
The Jackman family has deep ties to the city of Fayette. Mike's mother, Helen, worked as a housekeeper for the University. Mike's brother, Tim, a 1981 Central Methodist alum, is a member of the Board of Trustees. Mike's wife, Sherry, works for the city. Their daughter, Ashlee, is a current student at Central Methodist.
6:45a.m.-7:05a.m. CMU Praise band playing music.
7:05a.m. - Fred Smith introduce Boy Scouts. Posting of the flags and Pledge of Allegiance. Fred Smith will Introduce Dr. Inman
7:10a.m. Dr. Inman Opening remarks
7:15a.m. Lucas Endicott bless the meal/prayer
7:15a.m.-7:40a.m. Serving of the meal CMU Chorale perform after the meal is over.
7:40a.m. Mark Stone to introduce students CMU students (Estephania Iracheta) speech
7:44a.m. Mark Stone to introduce Fayette Student (either Thomas Waggoner or Landon Ball)
7:47a.m.Pastor from local church to give prayer (Pastor Charlie Wright, Second Baptist Church, Fayette)
7:50a.m.-8a.m. Mike Pope to introduce Feature speaker Mike Jackman to give speech
8a.m.-8:05a.m.Pastor from local church to pray (Pastor Clay DeWoody, Unity Baptist Church, Fayette)
8:05a.m.-8:20a.m. Jamie Paige to speak and play music
8:20a.m.-8:30a.m. Dean Oliver closing remarks
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