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Lewis new pastor for Chinook and Havre Presbyterian Churches


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Havre Presbyterian member Cory Pierson, right, prepares a balloon bouquet for Maggie Lewis during a recent retreat of the Glacier Presbytery. Lewis was introduced to church leaders in the presbytery that includes the 18 churches in the western part of the state. She will serve as the new pastor for both the Havre and Chinook Presbyterian Churches. She begins her pastoral duties July 2 with an installation and ordination service scheduled for July 28.

by Steve Edwards

The new pastor recently called to serve the Chinook and Havre Presbyterian Churches is no stranger to north-central Montana.

In August 2012, Margaret "Maggie" Lewis came as the first Young Adult Volunteer - YAV - to serve in Chinook. After leaving Chinook she attended the University of Iowa for a time, then began the Master of Divinity program at the University of Dubuque, Iowa. She completed the three-year program of study in preparation for the ministry in May 2018.

Both the Chinook and Havre Presbyterian Churches were without a regular pastor. The pastor in Havre ret...

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