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Odom/The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — The Bowie Street Church of Christ conducted its traditional senior recognition and award ceremony on Sunday morning, June 7, during the regular service. Each of the three seniors received a study Bible from the church elders and a monetary gift from the congregation.
Jaden Combs is the son of Chauncy and Isha Carter, grandson of Cynthia Archie and great grandson of Bobbie Shrubs. Combs finished his junior and senior year as a Wellington Skyrocket.
He will be continuing his academic and athletic career at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene as a member of the Cowboy football team.
Combs and his family would like to thank the entire congregation of Bowie Street Church of Christ for their tremendous support and prayers.
Tobi Layne Davis is the daughter of Gary and Amanda Davis.
“I have been a member of the Church of Christ for as long as I can remember,” she said. “In the upcoming fall I will be attending Oklahoma State University where I plan on earning a degree in communication sciences and disorders so that I can become a Speech-Language Pathologist.
Thank you friends, family and church for always supporting me and holding such a big place in my heart.”
The son of Brent and Janie Duncan, Rowdy Wade Duncan says he has been a loving member of the Bowie Street Church of Christ since he was a little kid.
“In the fall, I will be attending Oklahoma State University and studying agricultural business while minoring in business management,” Duncan said. “I plan to sell insurance to small-town farmers to cover their land and their equipment with the hopes of owning my own firm one day.
Thank you, church family and friends, who have loved and cared for me all these years. You will forever hold a place in my heart.”
The congregation of Bowie Street Church of Christ began assembling at the building again on Sunday, May 17 at 10 a.m. for worship service following the COVID-19 shutdown.
“If you feel you are at risk, we understand and do not expect you to attend,” noted Elder Ray Floyd. “We will continue our live Facebook services as we have these last few weeks. If you will be attending services at the building, we will be following special procedures and guidelines.”
On Wednesday, March 18 the elders cancelled all Wednesday and Sunday services upon recommendation from Wellington Mayor J.D. Hamby followed by orders from Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
Minister Danlee Queen began his Facebook live Sunday morning and Wednesday evening sermons and devotionals at that time.