Huntingdon News

September 09, 2011
For immediate release:

Huntingdon College
News Release

Students selected to lead worship services

The Huntingdon College Campus Ministry program has announced the names of 21 Huntingdon students who have been selected to lead weekly worship services as members of the Campus Ministry Worship Team.  The following students were named:

  • Ki-Lai Austin, sophomore, accounting major; Montgomery, Alabama; drums
  • Stephen Barebo, junior, youth ministry and religion major; Shalimar, Florida; electric guitar
  • Taylor Claire Bean, sophomore, music major; Hartselle, Alabama; acoustic guitar
  • Jake Bechert, junior, accounting and business administration major, Union Grove, Alabama; vocals
  • Rhett Butler, junior, religion major; Eclectic, Alabama; bass
  • Jake Campbell, sophomore, youth ministry major; Lake Placid, Florida; drums
  • Haley Dickson, first-year student, religion major; Helena, Alabama; vocals
  • Brandy Freeman, junior, communication studies major; Mobile, Alabama; vocals
  • Desiree Gale, sophomore, biology major; Deatsville, Alabama; vocals
  • Alex Herring, sophomore, undeclared major; Opelika, Alabama; vocals
  • Josh Johnson, sophomore, religion major; Montgomery, Alabama; vocals and acoustic guitar
  • Jonathan Joseph, sophomore, music major; Auburn, Alabama; vocals
  • Jennifer Keith, first-year student, undeclared major; Talladega, Alabama; vocals
  • Sherry Leigh Lacey, junior, psychology major; Lapine, Alabama; keyboards
  • Nate Madlock, first-year student, political science major; Montgomery, Alabama; keyboards
  • Alex Parquette, sophomore, elementary education major; Montgomery, Alabama; vocals
  • Megan Petenbrink, senior, religion major; Marietta, Florida; vocals
  • Jayde Rasband, first-year student, psychology major; Maylene, Alabama; vocals
  • Harden Spencer, first-year student, religion major; Montgomery, Alabama; drums
  • Jess Todd, sophomore, biology major; Deatsville, Alabama; vocals
  • Micah Wright, first-year student, music and religion major; Madison, Alabama; drums

Huntingdon offers two weekly worship opportunities, with Chapel services held Wednesdays at 11:45 a.m. in Ligon Chapel, Flowers Hall, and Emerge services held Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. in the Cloverdale Administrative Building Auditorium, Cloverdale Campus.  Services are open to all.  In addition, communion services are held in the Jean Rodgers Chapel, Flowers Hall second floor, monthly.

Huntingdon is a coeducational liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church.  Campus Ministry programs support the College community as well as the greater Montgomery region by engaging students through community service outreach opportunities. 


Su Ofe
Associate Vice President for
Communications and Marketing
Office: (334) 833-4515
Cell: (334) 324-6591

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