The annual Noonday Holy Week services continue Tuesday in the Colvert Ministry Center of First United Methodist Church with the Lenten message delivered by David Woerz.
Woerz was elected to the Chickasaw Tribal Legislature in 2006, and served as the chairman in 2011 and 2012. Deeply committed to community service, he has held numerous positions with a variety of civic and charitable groups, including the Ardmore Tourism Authority, Shriners Hospital for Children, and the Cross Point Emmaus Community.
A third-generation member of Ardmore First United Methodist Church where he currently serves as chairman of the Mission Committee, Woerz is president of his family business, Ardmore Electric Supply, Inc., which was founded in 1947.
He and his wife, Amy, have a son, Blake, and a daughter, Lauren.
Services begin at noon and include an optional light lunch for $7. Both lunch and the service will conclude in less than an hour so those who work might be able to return in a timely manner. The public is invited. A nursery is provided.
Highlighting each of the services will be a Lenten message delivered by a different speaker each day.
The Colvert Ministry Center is located at the corner of West Broadway Street and E Street NW.