Paisley Heritage Fellowship

Paisley Heritage Fellowship members provide for our church's future in their estate plans. If you'd like to learn more about becoming a fellowship member, please contact Rev. Neil Dunnavant, 478-4707.

Making the Future Possible

Each May, we recognize the Paisley Heritage Fellows. These members have included FPC in their estate plans – for instance, having FPC in their wills, designating part of their life insurance or IRAs/401(k)s, setting up a gift annuity or charitable remainder trust, etc.

Erik & Holly Albright, Howard & Margaret Arbuckle, Andy Ayers, Sid Batts, Rip & Doris Bernhardt, Paul Brackbill, Chuck & Goodie Braley, Nancy Branson, Joe Brantley, K Bringle, Margaret Brooks, Marilyn Burris, Harold & Mary Jane Bynum, Fred Carlson, Lindsay Carlson, Watts & Betsy Carr, Mott Carter, Reggie & Hope Chapman, Louann Clarke, Pat Copeland, Diana Council, Greer & Joy Ducker, Jed & Gwyn Dunn, Neil & Kate Dunnavant, Evelyn Edwards, Stella Efird, Betsy Farmer, Virginia Forrest, Julian Friday, Philip & Joe Gelzer, Chip & Kay Hagan, Gloria Hall, Jack & Betsy Harrington, Ed Harrington, Ross Harris, Betty Hilliard, Will Hobbs, Adelaide Holderness, Bynum Hunter, Anne Hurd, Hoke & Sallie Huss, Carroll & Ann Inman, Bennie Lee Inman, Dolly Jennings, Marie Kellenberger, Dan & Sandra Kerns, Doris Kiser, Jan Lawson, Gaines & Debbie Legare, Al & Ginni Lineberry, Janice Little, Smack Mack, De Maness, Dan & Bonnie McAlister, David & Jayne McDonald, Mackey McDonald, Karen McNeil, Jack Medlin, Marge Michel, Jim Morrison, Joe & Betty Mullin, Pam Murphy, Billy & Dottie B. Nutt, Anne Parham, Susan Petty, Marv & Watty Pinson, Doris Preyer, Bob Rapp, Bob & Suzanne Rhodes, Lewis & Peggy Ritchie, George & Kitty Robison, Jim & Melinda Rucker, Martha Sharpless, Flo Snider, Bill & Ann Snyder, Shirley Spears, David & Pam Sprinkle, John Stanley, Bill Stanley, Rick Steedle & Holly Chambers, Doug & Joan Stone, Bud & Jill Strickland, Tim Theissen & Martha Lubarsky-Theissen, Harrison & Martha Turner, Tom & Betty Lou Ward, Peggy Wharton, John Whisnant, John & Gay White, Jackie Wilson, Mark & Anne Yarbrough.

Future Mission Tripper

Dan McAlisterRecognize Dan McAlister?

Who knew this quiet kid would grow up to spend part of his summer vacation
serving low-income families in Johns Island, S.C.?

Dan's planned gift to FPC will nurture compassion in kids for generations to come.

 

Future Strategic Planner

David SprinkleRecognize David Sprinkle?

When he was a boy, members of his church helped him develop the faith that guides him as a leader at FPC.

Now David is planning to nurture his church family for generations to come.

 

Future Beadle and Presbyterian Women Moderator

George and Kitty RobisonRecognize George & Kitty Robison?

When they were kids, who knew that one day George would don a kilt and process down the aisle with the Paisley Bible, or that Kitty would develop new relational circles for women of the church?

As FPC leaders, George & Kitty see how things change even as our missional message remains the same. Their planned gift to FPC will help future leaders reach out to families whose lifestyles we cannot yet imagine.

Future Confirmation Mentor

Phil GeltzerRecognize Phil Gelzer?

While fashions change, what remains the same is the importance of young people’s developing strong, faith-filled relationships with mentors.

Thanks to planned gifts such as Phil’s, future FPC members will mentor middle schoolers who are not yet conceived.

 

Future Rejoice! Worshiper

Smack MackRecognize Janice "Smack" Mack?

When this little girl put on tights and a hairbow for church, who knew that one day she would attend worship with hot coffee and cool music in Mullin Life Center?

Who knew there'd even be a Mullin Life Center?

Smack’s planned gift to FPC will provide meaningful worship for generations to come.

 

Future Wholeness Advocate

Louann ClarkeRecognize Louann Clarke?

As a child, she was happy to cuddle her siblings. At FPC, her work with the Service of Wholeness and the Mental Health Ministry Team shows God’s love to her church family.

With her planned gift, Louann sends her love to future generations of FPC members – and to the people they will serve.