Rev. Dr. Vaughn Stafford speaks to West Point, MS First United Methodist Church

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Guest Speaker, Vaughn Stafford
President Pro Tem of the North Alabama Provisional Conference

July 9
4:30 pm
West Point FUMC Sanctuary

Vaughn Stafford

Vaughn Stafford, President Pro Tem of the North Alabama Provisional Conference

Make plans to join us Sunday, July 9 at 5:30 pm in the West Point First United Methodist Church sanctuary to hear the Rev. Dr. Vaughn Stafford.

The Rev. Dr. Vaughn Stafford was born in Livingston, AL. He lived in Eufaula, AL and Anderson, IN until age 25. He received degrees in accounting and vocal performance from Anderson University. He received Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry Degrees from Asbury Seminary.

Vaughn began singing at Gaither Studios when he was just twelve years old and sang there until he began full-time ministry at age 25. Vaughn’s call to full-time ministry came while he was touring. His pastoral ministry has led him to serve churches in four different annual conferences in Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia over the past 27 years. He has served Clearbranch as Lead Pastor since 2013. He is passionate about people growing in a personal relationship with Jesus as Savior and Lord and creating worship experiences for people to encounter the living and transforming God.

Vaughn married his wife, Cindy, in 1997 and they have two children: Their son, William, who is in college at Jacksonville State University, and their daughter, Ellie, who is a kindergarten teacher. Ellie, and her husband Cody, have given Vaughn and Cindy two amazing grandchildren, Dak, who is 4 years old, and their granddaughter, Emmie, who is 2. Vaughn enjoys preaching, singing, fishing, golf, tennis, basketball, and traveling with his family.

Vaughn was the WCA President and Global Methodist Church Organizer for North Alabama Conference and is now the President Pro Tem of the North Alabama Provisional Conference. He has a passion for helping churches discern their faith-filled and faithful future representing Christ both now and for the generations to come. One of the most common statements you will find Vaughn saying, and seeking to embody is, “We are called to do right things, in the right ways, for the right reasons, at the right time.” He also believes “It is always the right time to do the right thing.”