ESPCs Marriage Conference

Join us September 22-23 for a weekend of perspective and hope, encouragement and renewal, whether you've been married a lifetime, just starting out or desiring to get married as Scotty & Darlene Smith share lessons on marriage, family, community, and growing in Christ. 

 

Music leader for the conference is Wendell Kimbrough.


We will meet in the Eastern Shore Presbyterian Church sanctuary, 23050 Hwy. 98, Fairhope, AL.


Conference Cost:

$35 for couples

$18 for individual tickets

(scholarships available!)

 

Dates & Times:

Friday, September 22         6 - 9 pm  (dessert at the break)

Saturday, September 23    8:30 am -12 pm (continental breakfast)

 

Sign Up Here


For more information:

Contact Pat Davey or (251) 210-1237.


About Scotty & Darlene:

Scotty is a native of Graham, North Carolina, is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Westminster Theological Seminary and Covenant Theological Seminary.  After planting & pastoring Christ Community Church, Franklin, Tennessee, for 26 years, Scotty has most recently assumed a position on the pastoral staff of West End Community Church, as teacher in residence.  He also serves as adjunct faculty for several seminaries. 

 

Scotty and his wife of 41 years, Darlene, continue to live in Franklin, close to their two adult children, Kristin and Scott, and their one grandchild, Finn.  Scotty has authored six books, including Unveiled Hope, Objects of His Affection, Restoring Broken Things, Everyday Prayers:  365 Days to Gospel Centered Faith.  Among his hobbies, Scotty enjoys photography, fishing, cooking, and exercise.

 

Wendell Kimbrough - music leader

Wendell Kimbrough is a local songwriter, musician, Artist in Residence and Music Leader at Church of the Apostles in Fairhope, AL who believes church music should simply be good music that forms us as we sing it together.  Drawing on the sounds of American folk & soul music, Wendell writes scripturally-rich songs with singable, memorable melodies.  His music has been  embraced by a growing number of churches, young and old, large groups and small, contemporary praise bands and traditional choirs.