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The Old Tabernacle built circa 1934
2015-2017 North Alabama Presbytery
(pictured below from left to right)
Rev. Timothy L. Smith, 2nd Assistant Superintendent;
Rev. Glen Studdard, 1st Assistant Superintendent;
Rev. Mark Willingham, Superintendent;
Rev. Gary L. Watts, District Secretary and
Rev. Matthew Turner, Assistant District Secretary
By magnifying and exalting the Lord above everything else, by loving and
honoring Him in everything that we say and do, and by using our God-given
callings - individually and collectively - we, as the North Alabama District of the
Congregational Holiness Church, will work together as one to edify the Church,
stiving together for the measure of His fullness in order to fulfill the Great
Commission given to us - to win the lost at any cost!
"Trumpeting the Message of the Cross to the World"
Welcome to the
North Alabama District
of the Congregational Holiness Church Inc.
3425 Possum Trot Road
Piedmont, Alabama 36272
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Mission Statement for North Alabama
by Superintendent Rev. Mark Willingham
Exalt Christ - Psalm 34:3
Edify the Church - Ephesians 4:11-12
Reach Out and Win Lost Souls - Mark 16:15
On A Hill Far Away
Stood An Old Rugged Cross,
The Emblem Of Suffering And Shame;
And I Love That Old Cross
Where The Dearest And Best
For A World Of Lost Sinners Was Slain.

So I’ll Cherish The Old Rugged Cross
Till My Trophies At Last I Lay Down;
I Will Cling To The Old Rugged Cross;
And Exchange It Some Day For A Crown.

Oh That Old Rugged Cross
So Despised By The World
Has A Wondrous Attraction For Me;
For The Dear Lamb Of God
Left His Glory Above
To Bear It To Dark Calvary.

In The Old Rugged Cross
Stained With Blood So Divine
A Wondrous Beauty I See
For It Was On That Old Cross
Jesus Suffered And Died,
To Pardon And Sanctify Me.

To The Old Rugged Cross
I Will Ever Be True,
Its Shame And Reproach Gladly Bear;
Then He’ll Call Me Some Day
To My Home Far Away,
Where His Glory Forever I’ll Share. Amen!