Video link to our Holloway Memorial Chapel's Youtube Channel.

August 22nd, 2021 Service - Rev. Ray Schooler, Dr. of Ministry


Our twelve-week seasonal Sunday Worship Service Program for 2021 (June 20th through September 5th), is currently suspended until further notice do to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  


This Sunday, August 22nd, our service will be celebrated virtually with Rev. Ray Schooler, Dr. of Ministry.  


Rev. Ray was born and raised in Texas, but ministry has provided opportunities to live and serve in several different places.  He has served in local church ministry in several capacities including, Senior Pastor.  Ray has served on the American Baptist Churches (USA), and as President of the Board of International Ministries (IM).  It was in this role with IM that he discovered a passion for Global Missions. 


In 2007 he went on staff with IM as the Sr. Dir. of Donor Development and Church Relations.  In this role he travels a great deal and that has allowed him to visit all over the US and several International Countries, mostly Third World or Developing countries, where the International Ministries Missionaries are serving.


Ray has been a guest speaker at Holloway Chapel for several years and always enjoys the “Holloway Experience” and especially the fine folks who make up this unique gathering.


Ray and his wife (Gail) live in Buffalo (Lancaster), NY and have five adult sons, two daughter-in-laws and three grandchildren.  He enjoys playing golf and manages to squeeze in a few rounds in between his trips and enjoys volunteering at Roswell Park with the Spiritual Care Department.


     Ray.Schooler@InternationalMinistries.org; www.internationalministries.org  


Rev. Ray has prepared a video of his scripture reading 'First Kings, Chapter 19, Verses 1-16' and homily entitled 'Resilience in Time of Despair' for the Friends of the Holloway Memorial Chapel to view virtually in their home as we are all practicing social distancing and cannot meet in person.


​Below is a link to the video presentation on our Holloway Memorial Chapel's Youtube Channel.


Thank you so much Rev. Ray Schooler!