Here's a bit about our preacher: Paul N. Merideth was raised in the Middle Tennessee community of Lawrenceburg. He and his wife Amanda have two children: Emma and Thomas. Paul and Amanda were married in 1998. Paul graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN in 1998 and Amanda in 2000.
The Merideth family moved to Louisville in November 2006 from Paris, KY. Paul served as the preacher/evangelist with the congregation in Paris for four years. Prior to that he worked with the Clayton Church of Christ in Clayton, New Mexico from 1999-2002. Before that he served as an associate minister and youth minister at congregations in Tennessee. Paul has a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree, a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree, and a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree all in Biblical and Theological Studies. He is currently a Ph.D. student at Southern Seminary.
He has been involved in several special ministry activities besides preaching. He has regularly written religious newspaper articles in local newspapers, been involved in radio ministry, and participated in short term overseas campaigns in New Zealand, England, and East Africa. He has been a speaker at lectureships in Texas, Tennessee, and Kentucky and conducted gospel meetings in New Mexico, Kansas, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Here at Watterson Trail Paul is engaged in preaching, teaching, visitation, Bible studies, counseling, and youth activities.
You are invited to come and visit with us at Watterson Trail Church of Christ. Come and get to know Paul, his family, and all our church family as we labor together to glorify God in faithful worship and diligent service.
You can access some of Paul's sermon materials at his website: www.pnnmerideth.wix.com/preach
In the work here, Spencer hopes to edify and equip the families and youth of the church and also in our surrounding communities of Jeffersontown and Louisville. We hope that you will come and join us as we begin this new exciting ministry as we seek to serve God while enriching and strengthening our families and youth.