Pastor Harry's Page

The Rev. Harry Kyle Gindhart Jr., came to Midland Park UMC in July of 2019. Pastor Harry transferred  from the Marion District where he was ministering at Lake View and Nichols UMC. Rev. Gindhart studies involved Charleston Southern University where he received his BS Degree in 1973. Upon completion of CSU, Rev. Gindhart attended seminary at Candler where he received his Master of Divinity in 2006.

Rev. Gindhart is married to Marsha Gindhart. Marsha is a homemaker and currently holds no employment outside of the home. Rev. Gindhart and Marsha have three grown daughters who live outside of the home. They have been blessed with several grandchildren.

Prior to entering into the ministry, Rev. Gindhart’s professional career included ownership, management, and on-air positions in commercial broadcasting (TV and radio). Rev. Gindhart held a Residential Contractor’s License (SC), as well as an Unlimited General Contractor’s License (commercial). His last position prior to entering seminary was Senior Vice President of Dolphin Architects/Builders and President of Dolphin Building Systems (and Partner). Rev. Gindhart studied Architecture at Clemson University and obtained a BS degree in Accounting.

“I am committed to preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and teaching Scripture in small group settings. I am a sinner saved by the Grace of a loving and merciful God.” – The Rev. Harry Kyle Gindhart Jr.

Pastor Harry's Lenten Blessing

The Divine Shepherd

A Psalm of David.

Psalm 23

(done in 2nd person) 

The Lord is your shepherd, you shall not want.
    He makes you lie down in green pastures;
he leads you beside still waters;[a]
    he restores your soul.[b]
He leads you in right paths[c]
    for his name’s sake.

Even though you walk through the darkest valley,[d]
    you fear no evil;
for He is with you;
    His rod and His staff—
    they comfort you.

He prepares a table before you
    in the presence of your enemies;
He anoints your head with oil;
    your cup overflows.
Surely[e] goodness and mercy[f] shall follow you
    all the days of your life,
and you shall dwell in the house of the Lord
    your whole life long.[g]

Blessings to you family! – Pastor Harry

 

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