October 11th -14th
Rev. Dr. Thomas Hermiz, Evangelist
Service times: Sunday, 10:40am and 6:00pm, Mon – Wed: 7:00pm
More info to come

Dr. Hermiz is a native of Endicott, New York. He earned the Bachelor of Theology degree from Circleville Bible College (Ohio), now Ohio Christian University, in 1960 and pursued further work in administration at Ohio State University and in theology at Vennard College (Iowa). George Fox Evangelical Seminary (Oregon) honored him with the Doctor of Divinity degree in 1975.

Dr. Hermiz taught church administration at Ohio Christian University and was given the Alumnus of the Year Award at that institution in 1969. He also served in two pastorates for a total of twelve years, the most recent being in Lancaster, Ohio.

From 1972 to 1979, he was executive director of the Christian Holiness Partnership and served as its president from 1990 to 1992.

Dr. Hermiz served as president of World Gospel Mission from 1979 through 2001.

He has also served on several boards, including those of World Gospel Mission, Asbury College, and the Christian Holiness Partnership.

In recent years, Dr. Hermiz has been in great demand as a speaker for camp meetings, Bible and missions conferences, and local church crusades. His preaching ministry has taken him to every section of the nation and into the West Indies, Asia, the Orient, Africa, South America, Central America, and Europe. He was the featured speaker on the nationwide telecast “Aflame” for two years, and in 1997, the Christian Holiness Partnership gave him the “Holiness Exponent of the Year” award. Tom is also the author of the book, “Holiness, the Joy, the Journey, the Difference” and co-authored “The Pastor’s Funeral Planner” with Stan Toler.

Dr. Hermiz completed 12 years as the General Superintendent of the Churches of Christ in Christian Union based in Circleville, Ohio on July 20, 2018. He currently serves as the President of the Avon Park Camp Meeting.

Dr. Hermiz is an approved evangelist with the Francis Asbury Society and an official Ambassador for World Gospel Mission.

West Virginia Family Camp Cancelled
We received notice today (June 24th) that the 2020 WV Family Camp has been cancelled. The following is what the announcement said
June 24, 2020
Dear Pastors,
We regret to announce the cancellation of our 2020 West Virginia Nazarene Family Camp.
Due to recent increases in COVID cases connected to churches as well as conversations with local and state health officials, on Monday evening of this week, our Camp Board voted unanimously to cancel our July 12-19 Family Camp.
We are working hard to put together a tech team that will assist us in preparing for a virtual camp (online) meeting during the previously scheduled dates. An online giving option has already been established so that we can support our camp as we normally would by passing the plates.
On Monday, July 13th, we will host a live ordination service at the tabernacle for just the ordinands and their immediate families. Our General Superintendent, Dr. Carla Sunberg, will be with us to preside. We will be doing our best to prepare a virtual clergy choir for the traditional ordination music.
We know this is disheartening news for so many, but we also know that we are called to make wise and sound decisions that benefit our people and churches.
These are strange, challenging, and difficult days but our God still reigns and is in full control of everything. And we know that we can trust him!
We will communicate our plans for our “virtual campmeeting” in the coming days.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter and for the love and support you give to our great camp!