Macedonia United Methodist Church will conduct revival services Sept. 11 through Sept. 14 with evangelist Jay Tenney.
Rev. Tenney graduated from college in 1991 with a degree in Architectural Engineering and answered God's call into the ministry later that same year and began serving as a youth minister. He entered seminary at Candler School of Theology in January 1993. During his senior year at Emory, Rev. Tenney took a leave of absence from his studies to pastor Punshon Memorial Methodist Church in England. He returned to the states in 1996 and obtained his Masters of Divinity degree in 1997.
Rev. Tenney was ordained as an elder in the North Georgia Conference in 1999. He has served as Associate Pastor at Canton First Methodist, Pastor at Macedonia and Camak UMC and Bethlehem First UMC. He is currently on staff at Hickory Flat UMC serving as a Teaching Pastor. Rev. Tenney, his wife Joni and their two children, Maddie and Will, currently live in Canton.
There will be special singing each night featuring Donna Branch (Sunday), the Wesleymen (Monday), the New Apostles (Tuesday), and the Macedonia Sanctuary Choir (Wednesday). Congregational singing will be under the direction of Lamar Nix. Special guest pianist is Freddie Brown.
Services Sunday night begin at 7 p.m., with services Monday through Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
Pastor David Sisler and the congregation welcome the community to this special event. Macedonia is located on Highway 80 N (Exit 165 off of I-20).