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ELCA Vice President Bill Horne at St. Philip, Mt. Dora

March 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

We are delighted and privileged to have ELCA VP and friend Bill Horne speaking at St. Philip, Mt. Dora.
Sunday, March 11, 11am, “Ministry in Daily Life,” Special Guest Speaker Mr. Bill Horne, Vice-President of the ELCA, City Manager of Clearwater, FL., member of St. Paul Lutheran Church Clearwater, FL. This presentation is part of St. Philip’s Renewal/Sabbatical 2018 events. Bill will be Assisting Minister in the 9:30 service. All are invited to both the 9:30 service and the 11:00 presentation with Bill Horne.
At St. Philip Family Life Center, 1050 Boyd Dr. Mt. Dora, 32757. Refreshments Served! More info call 352-383-5402

About Bill Horne

Mr. William “Bill” Horne II was elected to serve a six-year term as ELCA Vice President at the 2016 ELCA Churchwide Assembly in New Orleans. Bill has served as congregational president in two ELCA congregations in Florida and is currently a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Clearwater, Florida. He served as a member of the Florida-Bahamas Synod Council and later as Synod Vice President. Bill served on the ELCA Church Council and other ELCA Churchwide Ministry Councils and Boards.His post military retirement career has been in public management. He was appointed by the Clearwater City Council to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer (City Manager) of the city with responsibility for all departments except the City Attorney’s Office. He is directly responsible for 1,746 employees and accountable for the annual operating and capital budget of $441 million dollars. Bill was selected as Interim City Manager in 2000 and later appointed to the position of City Manager in 2001. Bill served as a Colonel in the United States Air Force. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from the University of Tulsa, a Masters in Human Resource Management from Pepperdine University, and a Masters in Political Science from Auburn University in Montgomery.


March 11
11:00 am - 12:00 pm