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State Representative Andy Thompson (R-Marietta) was pleased to welcome the Rev. Homer Harden to the Ohio Statehouse to give the opening prayer during yesterday’s House session. Pastor Harden is the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in St. Clairsville, Ohio.


“Our faith leaders help hold our communities together,” said Representative Thompson. “I was honored to have Rev. Harden give the opening prayer before session.”


Pastor Harden grew up on a small farm in Southwestern Pennsylvania and is a 1976 graduate of Beth-Center High School. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy at Alderson-Broaddus College, and in 1985, he earned a Masters of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He has served as pastor for the First Presbyterian Church for the past 14 years.

 
 
 
  
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