Millersburg Assembly of God would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for the countless hours of service our local First Responders offer to our communities.
We would like to invite First Responders to our “Emergency Responder Appreciation Day” on Sunday, September 12 with the service starting at 10:30 AM.
If at all possible, we are asking that each Department in attendance would bring a piece of emergency equipment such as a vehicle, or other item so that both the children and adults in attendance can gain a new appreciation of what it takes to respond to a call.
If you are bringing a piece of emergency equipment, line up will begin at 9:30 AM in the church parking lot. Coffee and donuts will be available starting at 9:30 Am in the church foyer. Following the service there will be PLENTY of good food available, so you will want to be sure to come with a healthy appetite.
SPEAKER: Jason Scalzi
Jason Scalzi is a retired Police Officer and Ordained Minister with the Assemblies of God. He served 4 years active duty in the United States Marine Corps, 7 years in the NJ Army National Guard, and 6 years in the New Jersey Air National Guard.
In 2006, TSgt Scalzi was deployed to Kirkuk, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is a Chaplain and Instructor with The Police Chaplain Program, Chaplain with the Assemblies of God, and Chaplain for the New Jersey Department of Corrections.
Jason and his wife, Damaris also serve as Chaplain Coordinators with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse DART (Disaster Assistance Response Team). During the Covid-19 Pandemic, they were deployed to Italy, the Bahamas, and Lancaster, California in support of the Samaritan’s Purse Emergency Field Hospital.
Jason has served as a BGEA RRT Chaplain in Ferguson, MO, Baltimore, MD, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana during times of civil unrest. Jason has previously led two successful trips to Israel and multiple out of Country short-term Missionary Trips. In his spare time, Jason is Co-Pastor at Beit Nitzachon Messianic Congregation in South Jersey.
Jason and Damaris Scalzi have three Children, Steven, Luke, Rachel, and one granddaughter.
Join us on Sunday, September 12 as we give honor to the Everyday Heroes in our local communities!