Wilmington Reverend Delivers Opening Prayer in the U.S. Senate
WASHINGTON – Today, the Reverend Doctor Gregory Knox Jones, Senior Pastor/Head of Staff at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Del., delivered the opening prayer in the Senate Chamber as the Senate Guest Chaplain. U.S. Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) invited Dr. Jones and his family to travel to the Capitol and for Dr. Jones to serve as the Senate Guest Chaplain.
Dr. Jones received both his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville. For biographical information on Dr. Jones, please click here.
Video links of Reverend Jones’ opening prayer and Sen. Carper’s floor speech about Reverend Jones are below. Audio is available upon request.
Caption: Sen. Carper welcomed Reverend Doctor Gregory Knox Jones, Senior Pastor at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, to the Capitol for Dr. Jones to deliver the opening prayer as the Senate Guest Chaplain on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.
HD Version – https://s3.amazonaws.com/sdmc-media.senate.gov/Carper/110513_CARPER_1_FTP.M2T
SD Version – https://s3.amazonaws.com/sdmc-media.senate.gov/Carper/110513_CARPER_1_FTP.MPG