Alumni and friends of Wessington Springs College/High School/Academy, and the Foothills Bible Fellowship (formerly the Free Methodist Church) will gather June 22-24 to celebrate their 125 year Christian heritage in Wessington Springs.
The school’s records and some artifacts are
maintained at Central Christian College of Kansas in McPherson. The Dunham Historical Museum and the Anne Hathaway Cottage in Wessington Springs also have school memorabilia that will be available for viewing during the weekend.
Pastor Don and April Grubb and the Foothills Bible Fellowship welcome all to attend the Saturday 7 PM “Celebration Worship Service” and the Sunday 10:30 AM worship service. An alumni choir led by Sylvia Harden Wolcott (WSCHS’61) and sermon by Rev. Thomas Ramundo (WSA’66), Superintendent, S. Michigan Conference, Free Methodist Church will be featured.
Mark Adams, Superintendent of the FMC North Central Conference will also attend. The planning committee includes April Grubb, Joan Corr, Twila Zastrow, and Susan and Gail Arnott.
Gail reports, “We’re having a lively response for our 125th Anniversary of WSFMC/Seminary and the WSC/WSCHS/WSA Reunion.”