New leaders are coming to the Bryan/College Station Salvation Army.
Captains Paul and Analese Ryerson will move next month to Lawrenceville Georgia, which is northeast of Atlanta.
The Ryerson’s served in B/CS for four years.
Moving to Bryan/College Station are Lieutenants Tim and Andrea Israel. The Israel’s and their two daughters have been serving as commanders of the Salvation Army in Arlington (TX).
News release from the Bryan/College Station Salvation Army:
Moving to a new city is a way of life for Salvation Army officers and their families. As dedicated pastors and leaders, Salvation Army officers serve wherever their skills are most needed. The average assignment in any one location is 3-5 years, so when Captains Paul & Analese Ryerson of The Salvation Army in Bryan/College Station recently received a call from Salvation Army leadership saying it was time to pack up and move, it was not completely unexpected.
After four years serving here in B/CS, Captains Ryerson will make the move to Lawrenceville, GA where they will serve as the new leaders of The Salvation Army in that community. Their last day of service here in B/CS will be June 21, 2020.
“We know that God has great plans for The Salvation Army here in B/CS and are honored to have been stationed here,” said Captain Paul Ryerson. “While we look forward to what God has in store for us in Lawrenceville, we will deeply miss our friends and community partners here in B/CS. We are proud to have called Aggieland home for the last four years. This community welcomed us with open arms when we moved here, and we have enjoyed every minute. We have been blessed to work among people truly dedicated to serving others. We would particularly like to thank our Advisory Board, volunteers, and community partners for their hard work, dedication and support during our time here.”
Lieutenants Tim and Andrea Israel, along with their two daughters, will arrive in mid-June to take command of The Salvation Army Bryan/College Station. They are currently serving as the commanders of The Salvation Army in Arlington, TX. “I have been in contact with Lieutenants Israel and they are very excited to make the move to Aggieland. I believe they will do very well here,” said Ryerson. “I have already informed them to pack a lot of maroon.”