Vernard Lowery to be elevated to deacon at Exodus Church

Vernard Lowery to be elevated to deacon at Exodus Church
December 10
00:00 2015
Deacon Lowery

Brother Vernard Lowery will be elevated to a deacon and serve on the Deacon Board Ministry at Exodus United Baptist Church, 2000 Wilbur St., where Pastor Alvin E. Carlisle Jr. serves as the Senior Pastor.

A service will be held to honor Lowery on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 4 p.m. Rev. Sam Hickerson of New Light Missionary Baptist Church will be the guest speaker.

Lowery is the son of Mother Audrey Lowery and the late James Lowery in Winston-Salem and has three brothers, three sisters and four children.

Lowery is a graduate of Atkins High School class of 1970. He studied Welding and Architectural Technology at Forsyth Technical Community College.

Lowery began his career at Westinghouse Electric Corporation in 1972 and retired in December 2002 after 30 years of service.

Currently, Lowery is on the Dean’s List at ITT-Tech majoring in Drafting and Design Technology and is expected to graduate in March 2016.

Lowery gave his life to the Lord at Emmanuel Baptist Church in 1994.

While there, he attended Sunday school and Bible study faithfully, and was a member of the Sunday School Department and Usher Board.

In August 2013, Lowery moved his membership from Emmanuel Baptist Church to Exodus United

Baptist Church, where he continues to be a faithful member to the ministry.

Since at Exodus, Lowery has attended Leadership class in September 2013 and received his certificate of completion in September 2014. He serves as a member of the Usher Board, Men’s Fellowship and Male Chorus.

Additionally, he attends Sunday school and Bible study “faithfully to seek the knowledge of the Lord and to give God his very best,” the church said in a statement.

For more information, contact the church at 336-650-1002.

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