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New pastor comes to Kings Beach Methodist

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Patty Inis is the new pastor at Kings Beach United Methodist Church.
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The congregation of Kings Beach United Methodist Church, at 8425 Dolly Varden (entrance on Cutthroat and Bear), recently greeted a new pastor, Patty Inis.

Patty earned her Master’s degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and has served in the United Methodist Church for 20 years in Alaska and Florida.

She and her husband, Glenn, now reside in Kings Beach. They have two children and three grandkids living in both Truckee and San Diego.

Patty’s relaxed style and the lively guitar playing and voice of Glenn were enthusiastically received Sunday morning. The services at KBUMC are casual, relevant and friendly. Patty’s authentic and unpretentious messages deal with the real problems and issues that we face every day (anger, stress, parenting, adversity).

Members commented that KBUMC is a great place to ask questions and learn about Christianity; it’s not about religion, it’s about relationship.

Patty hopes to start a weekly evening service in the fall, and children’s ministry to coincide with both the Sunday and evening services. Glenn invites any musicians and singers to join him.

In addition, KBUMC will have monthly events at the church. The Inises are excited to be in Kings Beach and hope to be active in the community.

Everyone from all backgrounds is warmly invited to KBUMC Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. for live music, prayer and relevant Biblically based messages.

This article was provided on behalf of Kings Beach United Methodist Church. Visit kbumc.org to learn more.


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