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Presbyterian Kirk of the Hills

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Church Services

Sunday Services:

Morning Worship Service: 10:00 a.m.

Join us for our weekly Fellowship after every Sunday Morning Service!

 

 

Pastor Mike Yarman

Our Reverend

NOTE--- After 16 years of service as Pastor of The Kirk of the Hills the Reverend Dr. Robert Hadley retired. The Reverend Mike Yarman is currently serving as Interim Pastor until a replacement is called.    

Reverend Mike Yarman began his walk with the Lord in 1976 when he first heard the Gospel preached in Costa Mesa, California and then he moved to Memphis, TN, where he met and married his wife Linda in 1982. After having their first son Michael in 1983, he went to Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS, graduating in 1987 with a Master's of Divinity, and another son Stephen (1986). He moved to New Albany, MS where he pastored the Cleveland Street ARP Church(Associate Reformed Presbyterian) until 1990. While serving in New Albany he joined the Mississippi National Guard where he served for a year as a Chaplain and then in 1990 he applied for the full time Army Chaplaincy. He then served for the next 21 years in the Army traveling around the world and serving in Bosnia and the Iraq and Afghanistan wars before retiring in January of 2012 and moving to Edgemont, Arkansas.

He is currently involved with World Witness, the Missions Board of the ARP, and has had opportunities to visit and work with missionaries around the world.

 

What You Will Find

Scripture based services, Christian Love and fellowship and inspiring music. We invite you to join our church family.

  • The ministry of the Kirk is based on Scriptural theology through worship, the celebration of the sacraments, and the proclamation of the word.
  • Spiritual Development is encouraged with small group study, elder training, times of reflection, and community activities.

The Kirk seeks to share the Gospel, the Good News of God's love by the power of the Holy Spirit, reflecting the life, death, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We pray that you will join us as we seek to live our faith in serving the Lord.