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Spencerville’s Senior Pastor Accepts Chesapeake’s Executive Secretary Post

Story by Samantha Young
Published 01/30/2014

At its January 28 meeting, the Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee elected Jerry Lutz, MDiv, to the position of conference executive secretary. He replaces Kleyton Feitosa who accepted a call to serve as president of the Egypt-Sudan Field.
 
“We’re delighted to have Pastor Lutz joining our staff at the Chesapeake Conference. His many years of capable and effective leadership in various congregations have prepared him well to be a strong support to our churches and schools,” said Rick Remmers, conference president.  “We look forward to working more closely with him.”
 
After accepting the call, Lutz said, “I love the Chesapeake Conference, believe in its mission and vision, and with the Lord’s help will do my very best to aid and assist the advancement of the work in our part of the Columbia Union. The Lord is coming soon and we have much to do to get people ready.”
 
Lutz, an ordained minister, has been senior pastor of the nearly 1,800-member Spencerville church in Silver, Spring, Md.—Chesapeake Conference’s largest church—since 1996.

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