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The Vision -The Scotts Run Community Church  HOUSE OF PRAYER SANCTUARY

PRESENT                                                                                                  FUTURE 

The Scotts Run Veterans
We want our church to be a community
that corporately and individually loves
God putting into effect the three fold
priority of God first, God's family
second, and God's work in the world
third. While realizing this is a biblical
mandate, our expressions of it are not
fixed but are a growing process as we
are led by the Holy Spirit (Romans

We want a dynamic relationship with the
Lord and His Word.

Therefore:  We participate in joining
together to celebrate and to worship
the Lord through preaching, singing,
Communion, baptism, giving, prayer,
praise, and sharing the Lord's Word
and His works (1 Chronicles 16:27-29).

We believe that it is scriptural to train

Therefore: We participate in the
process of equipping and educating
believers (children, youth, and adults)
for the work of the ministry through
bible studies, small groups, Sunday
School classes, fellowship activities,
and training experiences (Ephesians
4:11-13).  We participate in the ministry
of overseeing and caring for one
another through encouragement and
Scotts Run Community Church
P.O. Box 4684
Star City, WV  26504
I counsel in order to present every person
complete in Christ.

We want a dynamic relationship with

Therefore: We participate in outreach to
our community and world through
relationships.  We pray for God to open up
doors for the good news of salvation to be
expressed and experienced in a realistic,
relational, and responsible manner
(Matthew 28: 19-20).  The scriptural basis
for this statement:
"To be active
disciples of Christ by attracting and
leading the unsaved to Jesus. . "
Therefore go and make disciples of all
nations, baptizing them in the name of the
Spirit, and teaching them to obey
everything I have commanded you.  And
surely I am with you always, to the very end
of the age (Matthew 28:19-20).  But you will
receive power when the Holy Spirit comes
on you; and you will be my witnesses in
Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria,
and to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8).

"challenging all Christians to dedicate
themselves to the ministry":
I urge you, brothers, in view of God's
mercy, to offer your bodies as living
sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God - this is
your spiritual act of worship.  Do not
conform any longer to the pattern of this
world, but be transformed by the renewing
of your mind.  Then you will be able to test
and approve what God's will is - his good
pleasing and
to stimulate an atmosphere for
Christian maturity that results in
others"  It was he who gave some to
be apostles, some to be prophets,
and some to be evangelists, and
some  to be pastors and teachers,
(five-fold ministry) to prepare God's
people for works of service, so that
the body of Christ may be built up
until we all reach unity in the faith
and in the knowledge of the Son of
God and become mature, attaining
to the whole measure of the fullness
of Christ.
(Ephesians 4:11-13).

"and a powerful ministry serving
our city area and beyond."
went through all the towns and
villages, teaching in their
synagogues preaching the good
news of the kingdom and healing
every disease and sickness.  When
he saw the crowds, he had
compassion on them, because they
were harassed and helpless, like
sheep without a shepherd.  Then he
said to his disciples, "The harvest is
plentiful but the workers are few.  
Ask the Lord of the harvest,
therefore to send out workers into
his harvest field" (Matt. 9:35-38)
Pastors Russell & Sylvia Medley
at National day of Prayer

Members of the Scotts Run Community Church held a Memorial Service at the Scotts Run
Veterans Memorial located off Mason-Dixon Highway on Memorial Day, Monday May 26, 2014
to remember the fallen heroes of the this community.  

The service was opened with the National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner was played on
the violin by young Thomas Carter, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.  A
beautiful rendition of the Lord’s Prayer was sung by Pastor Sylvia Medley.  Pastor Russell E.
Medley, Jr. expounded on the Air Force, Marine and Navy Creeds in remembrance of the
service of the military members that were lost securing our freedom from enemies both foreign
and domestic.  The service was closed with those present singing, Irving Berlin’s God Bless

Many thanks to our community friends and to the members of the Cass CEOS (Community
Educational Outreach Service) who work in conjunction with the WVU Extension Service and
were also on hand for the memorial service.  As part of their community service their club
provides and maintains the flowers for the Memorial.  The state CEOS is celebrating 100 years
of service this year.

Most of all on this day we want to remember that our freedom is not free.  Thank you military
members from all branches of the  United States military for your dedication and sacrifice.
Pastors Russell &
Sylvia Medley
The Cathedral of Faith
The Healing Center of the World
Moving Up to Higher Ground

                   Colossions 3:1-2
September 11, 2001