In November 1988, the Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Kerrville passed a motion that monies given to the Centennial Celebration could be used for an on-going teaching of the scripture series in our church for our congregation and the Kerrville community. The name of the Series was changed in 2007 to the Currie Enrichment Series to honor former Pastor Thomas W. Currie, III.
Participants have included noted writers, biblical scholars, ethicists, psychologists, preachers, and theologians.
The Currie Enrichment Series Centennial Cross was designed for our centennial celebration in 1988 by Mike McIntyre, at that time a member of our congregation and V.P. of Marketing at James Avery. The meaning of the symbols are:
the Celtic cross - reflective of the Presbyterian tradition;
the dove - the Holy Spirit;
the circle - eternity,
the nimbus - of the descending dove;
the clasped hands - Christian fellowship, benevolence, love, friendship, spurring one another on;
the hearts - Christian love;
the shell - the living waters of Christ, Holy Baptism.