Pastor Chuck Naylor Joins Herrington Bethel Church in Augusta

Pastor Chuck Naylor of Carrollton has been chosen to lead Herrington Bethel Church (HBC), located south of Augusta on Arbor Rd.
Naylor comes to HBC with 35 years of ministry experience and an enthusiasm to serve the congregation and community.
Pastor Chuck has ministered in several churches during his career, including Carrollton First UMC from 2001 to 2008. He is a graduate of Asbury College and Seminary and Ashland Seminary.
He and his 38-year-old wife, Mickey, are from Cardington. They have three children: Jonathan, youth pastor at Mt. Pleasant UMC, Carrollton; Ethan, of Fairfax, Virginia; and Abbey, who is currently attending Le Moyne University.
Pastor Chuck has coached cross country at the high school and college level. He enjoys fishing, archery, camping, hiking, hunting, biking and running. He has been breeding and training German Shepherds for over 20 years.
Herrington Bethel Church was founded in 1825 by John Herrington, a Revolutionary War hero and devout Christian who moved to Carroll County in 1817. In 1843, the historic sandstone church was built in high on a hill in the woods, on land donated by Herrington. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Herrington Bethel Church is open for worship each Sunday at 10 a.m. Sunday classes for children and adults start at 9 a.m. Visit online:
HerringtonBethel.com or follow on Facebook. To contact the church, email [email protected] or 330-627-5291.

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