Our satellite campus located in Clarkton, NC came about when the session of the Clarkton Presbyterian Church refused to have a vote to be dismissed from the Presbyterian Church USA. As a result about 20 people removed their membership form Clarkton as they wanted to remain faithful to God and felt called to be a part of our ECO denominational movement. They contacted us after a few weeks of searching for a way to worship within a reformed Presbyterian home. When we spoke together, I shared that a congregation through the session could place a “satellite campus" wherever there would be a need for covenant partners to worship. Each of these folks came, worshiped with us, and after prayer felt called to join with us as covenant partners. After they became covenant partners in October 2017, our session voted to open a satellite campus to help them worship closer to home. Annelle Waldren is a retired commissioned Lay Pastor and also became a covenant partner with us. She whole heartedly felt called by Jesus to lead them in worship. Through the will of the congregation, Annelle was nominated and elected as an Elder and then commissioned to be a Lay Elder so that she may administer the sacraments. (She can only do this under the authority of the session of Calabash Covenant Presbyterian Church (CCPC). This commission does not convey anything beyond the congregation of CCPC’s congregation. The satellite campus has been blessed by God and is in their growing process and thriving. Please continue in prayer for our brothers and sisters worshiping away from us.