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Hall joins COS as director of high school youth, family minist

Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City welcomes Jeremy Hall to its staff as director of high school youth and family ministry. Hall is completing a bachelor of arts and science this spring from Samford University, Birmingham, Ala. His major is religion, with a concentration in congregational studies. He served as associate pastor/youth pastor at Celebration Church, Hoover, Ala., for over two years.

Beginning last August he was with Christ Our Shepherd on weekends while pursuing his studies. Now he lives in Peachtree City and says he can devote more time to his ministry. Hall joins Candace Robichaux and Melissa Jacobson, who serve in parallel positions with children’s ministry and middle-school ministry.

A native of Pensacola, Fla., Hall met his wife, Ashley, when they were both in eighth grade. They recently celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary.

Describing his ministry, Hall said, “I have a passion for youth ministry and seeing congregations thrive. My highest aims are to further God’s Kingdom, to make Christ known, to live in the will of Christ every day, sharing the Gospel through my words and actions, and equipping students to do the same.”

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