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Some Memories in Pictures

By Mark D. Roberts | Friday, September 21, 2007

Part 5 of series: Grace in the Rearview Mirror: A Pastoral Retrospective
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Baptizing a high school girl who became a Christian. Yes, am immersing her (sort of) in a kiddie pool.  
The Sanctuary of Irvine Presbyterian Church early on Easter morning before the sunrise service.  
The sanctuary during our Festival of Carols celebration.  
Some of the children of the church getting ready to celebrate Palm Sunday.  
A scene at my installation as pastor, on June 29, 1991. From the left: Ben Patterson, our founding pastor; me; Lloyd Ogilvie, my mentor and, at that time, the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood.  

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One Response to “Some Memories in Pictures”

  1. real live preacher Says:
    September 21st, 2007 at 9:51 am

    What wonderful memories and pictures. I’m glad you are taking the time to record them carefully. And to record your transition.


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