Albion, Holley United Methodist churches welcome new pastor
ALBION/HOLLEY – The United Methodist churches in Albion and Holley welcome Pastor Linda Glantz, who comes to the congregations from her assignment with the United Methodist churches in Dalton and Gainesville.
Her appointment to the Albion First United Methodist Church and the Disciples United Methodist Church in Holley will begin on July 1.
Pastor Linda is not new to the area. She previously lived in Holley, and owned a quilt shop there. She still has family nearby, including her mother and two adult children, Patrick and Rachael. She will reside in the Albion church parsonage on Hazard Parkway.
At the same time, the Albion and Holley churches will say farewell to Pastor Jack Laskowski. Pastor Jack has been leading the churches in worship since July 2012. He has made a positive impact and was well liked among the congregations. He and his wife, Debbie, will be missed dearly. Thechurches wishes them luck at the United Methodist churches in Spencerport and Adams Basin.
The Albion First United Methodist Church holds worship services at the Christ Episcopal Church at 26 South Main St. Services begin at 9:30 am on Sundays with a coffee hour immediately following the service.
The Disciples United Methodist Church in Holley has church at 11 a.m. on Sundays at 4410 Holley Byron Rd.