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Thursday, April 26, 2018
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Pensacola District All Stars

 
All Stars recognizes Pensacola District United Methodist Churches who meet 3 requirements in the course of a year:
 
1) pay 100% total Connectional Mission Giving,
2) have more than 50% attendance by membership,
3) have a net gain in membership.
 
 
  All Stars by Year
 
Congratulations, Honorees!!
 
 
2016
* Community Life
* Crosspoint
* Destin
* Jay
* McDavid
 
 
2017
* Annie Jones
* Christ
* Clear Springs
* Community Life
* Destin
* McDavid
 
 
2015
* Christ
* Crosspoint
* Destin
* Jay
* Mae Edwards
* McDavid
* New Hope
* St. Paul, Gulf Breeze
 
2014
* Bagdad
* Baker
* Christ
* Crosspoint (Niceville)
* Jay
* St. Paul, Gulf Breeze
 
 
2013
* Bagdad
* Baker
* Crestview First
* Mae Edwards
* McDavid
* Niceville
* Perdido Bay
 
2012
* Bagdad
* Baker
* Crestview First
* Mae Edwards
* McDavid
* Niceville
* Perdido Bay
 
2011
* Bagdad
* Baker
* Lillian
* Mae Edwards
* Niceville
* Perdido Bay
 
 
 
2010
* Annie Jones
* Clear Springs
* Crestview First
* Lillian
* Mae Edwards
* Niceville
* St. Mark, Crestview
* Woodbine
 
2009
* Clear Springs
* Crestview First
* Mae Edwards
* Niceville
* St. Mark, Crestview
* Woodbine
 
2008
* Clear Springs
* Crestview First
* Mae Edwards
* New Bethel
* Perdido Bay
* Woodbine
 
2007
* Annie Jones
* Crestview First
* Niceville First
* Woodbine
 
 
 
 2006
* Chumuckla
* Ensley
* Jay
* Niceville First
 
 
 
 
 
2005
*Bagdad
* Christ
* Chumuckla
* New Bethel
* Niceville First
* Wesley Memorial
 
 
 
2004
* Bagdad
* Chumuckla
* Elizabeth Chapel
* Ensley
* Lillian
* Niceville First
* Perdido Bay
* Wesley Memorial
 
2003
* Bagdad
* Elizabeth Chapel
* Mae Edwards
* Niceville First
* Perdido Bay
 
 
 
2002
* Cottage Hill
* Farm Hill
* Jay
* Mae Edwards
* Mt. Carmel
* Niceville First
* Perdido Bay
* Pineview
2001
* Christ
* Farm Hill
* Jay
* Mae Edwards
* Niceville First
* Perdido Bay
 
 
  
Number of Times Churches Have Been Recognized As All Stars 2001 through 2017:
 
Annie Jones - 3
Bagdad - 7
Baker - 4
Christ - 5
Chumuckla* - 3
Clear Springs - 4
Community Life* - 2
Cottage Hill - 1
Crestview FUMC - 6
Crosspoint (Niceville)* - 15
Destin - 3
Elizabeth Chapel - 2
Ensley - 1
Farm Hill - 2
Jay - 6
Lillian - 3
Mae Edwards - 10
McDavid - 5
Mt. Carmel - 1
New Bethel - 2
New Hope - 1
Perdido Bay - 8
Pineview - 1
St. Mark, Crestview* - 2
St. Paul, Gulf Breeze - 2
Wesley Memorial - 2
Woodbine - 4
 
 
This recognition and statistical reports compiled by the Pensacola District are from data submitted each January by the Churches.
 
* Historical Notes:
In 2016 Community Life became a stand-alone Church; it had been a campus of Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church.
In 2015 Niceville changed its name to Crosspoint, since it now includes campuses in Crestview as well as Niceville.
In 2011 St. Mark-Crestview merged into Niceville, which is now called Crosspoint.
In 2010 Elizabeth Chapel and Chumuckla merged to become Chumuckla Community Church.
 
The annual Pensacola District All Stars recognition was created by Mr. Donald Lehman. Mr. Lehman served the District faithfully as a member of the Pensacola District Board of Missions, Inc. for 25 years and as President of the Board for 20 of those years. During his leadership, the Pensacola District started approximately 20 new churches and helped with emergency funds to existing churches in times of crisis. On October 27, 2008, he passed the gavel of that office to Mr. Duane Keck of Trinity United Methodist Church in Fort Walton Beach. The Board continues in mission to this day.
 
 
* Each year, it is not unusual for one or two churches to be very close to achieving All Stars
but all three requirements must be met.

 

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