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Community Thanksgiving meal will honor Rev. Joe Payne

The community meal will be donations-only and everyone is asked to bring a covered dish. The service begins at 11amCT. The event is in memory of the Rev. Joseph B. Payne who served as pastor of the Eunice Church of God for a quarter of a century and gave of himself in many leadership roles in Adair County.

By Pamela Hoots

A community Thanksgiving Service will be held Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Wheet Fellowship Hall of the Columbia First Church of the Nazarene. The Thanksgiving service is to honor Rev. Joe Payne who served the community of Adair County for many years.


Reverend Payne served on many boards and committees included the Lake Cumberland Area Development District, the local Ministerial Association, the Family Resource center, founder of the Agape House, the Green River Homeplace, the Drug Court, the Adair County School Board, Chamber of Commerce, and was involved in the jail ministry.

He was pastor at the Eunice Church of God for 25 years and was also chaplain at the Westlake Cumberland Hospital.

A committee was formed a few months ago to honor his memory and to bring the community together. The committee is Reverend Billy Payne, Reverend Bobby Bowe, Billy Wheat, Pamela Hoots, Sharon Payne, Majorie Payne, Phyllis Payne, Dwight Taylor, Linda Waggener, and Ann Melton.

According to Reverend Billy Payne, "We would like everyone to come and be a part of this service and luncheon."

The service will start at 11amCT with a brief program followed by a lunch. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish for the dinner.


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Community meal to honor memory of Rev. Joseph Payne



2017-11-12 - Wheet Fellowship Hall, 1200 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from the family collection.

The Rev. Joe Payne who served the community of Adair County for many years will be honored with a community Thanksgiving meal and brief service this coming Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Wheet Fellowship Hall of the Columbia First Church of the Nazarene, 1200 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY. He served on many boards and committees including the Lake Cumberland Area Development District, the local Ministerial Association, the Family Resource center, founder of the Agape House, the Green River Homeplace, the Drug Court, the Adair County School Board, Chamber of Commerce, and was involved in the jail ministry. He was pastor at the Eunice Church of God for 25 years and was also chaplain at Westlake Cumberland Hospital.

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