Scholarship Opportunities

Attention: All graduating seniors and students currently enrolled or any church member pursuing post-secondary education

Your church supports your continuing education and awards several scholarships each year. You are encouraged to apply for one of those listed below.

The Loretta Thompson Pond Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1995 and is for graduating high school seniors who are members of this church. Criteria for the Pond Scholarship include service to the church and the community, involvement in church activities, academic achievement, and financial need.

Applicants need to complete both the Loretta Thompson Pond Scholarship Application Pond Application and the General Scholarship Fund Application. Two letters of reference and one essay are also required.

General Scholarship

This scholarship is available to any church member pursuing post-secondary education. Applicants need to have been accepted or are attending a college or university in order for the funds to be awarded.

Award considerations include church involvement during and after high school. Applicants for this scholarship only need to complete the General Scholarship Fund Application.

Scholarship Applications

Applications are available on this page or by calling the church office at 799-3361. The deadline varies each year so please check the most current documents for application deadlines. If you have questions after reading the application forms, direct them to the Scholarship Committee or the Church Office.

Comments from recent scholarship recipients:

“I am beyond grateful for the love and support from all of you and my church family as I further my education.”

“Thank you very much for the scholarship…Growing up in this church I have learned what it means to be a part of something bigger than myself.“

“I am so blessed to be surrounded by such a supportive and generous community.”

“Thank you to the individuals who have changed my world for the better.”

Scholarship Committee:
Barbara Powers, Walter Kimball, Nancy Hawes, Jess Proctor, and Pastor Steve Savage