Ray’s Chapel Youth Thank First Responders In Century

February 28, 2019

Escambia Fire Rescue firefighters in Century received “care packages” and thank you cards from the youth at Ray’s Chapel Baptist Church in McDavid.

“Every month or two, we like to have our students come up with an idea for some sort of outreach. Something that allows them to encourage or support others while sharing their faith,” said Nikki Kelly, who teaches a high school Sunday School class at Ray’s Chapel along with her husband Daniel Kelley. “We started with Century volunteers, but hope to branch out to others as well in the future. It was completely  the kids’ idea.”

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2 Responses to “Ray’s Chapel Youth Thank First Responders In Century”

  1. BONNIE EXNER on March 1st, 2019 6:43 pm

    Way to Go,Nikki and Daniel..and all those great high school students..SO MANY GREAT STUDENTS AND UNFORTUNATELY THE MEDIA PUBLISHES THE THE NEGATIVE…so proud of your growth and compassion you exhibit, NIKKI CRABTREE KELLY

    YOUR FAVORITE CIVICS TEACHER AT RANSON MIDDLE..
    BONNIE EXNER

  2. Jackie Johnson on February 28th, 2019 9:33 am

    Well done students of Rays Chapel. Look forward to learning about your future projects. Bro. Nathan Brown should be very proud of you all.





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