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Supporter Spotlight | Richard Johnson and Meg Scott Johnson

Richard Johnson and his wife, Meg Scott Johnson, love Mo-Ranch so much they moved to Kerrville just to be closer to it. “Mo-Ranch is holy ground,” Richard said. “I had a spiritual experience there.” They have a long history with Mo-Ranch, both separately and as a...

Intern Spotlight | Kylie Bachert

Join us in welcoming Kylie Bachert, a senior at Schreiner University, who is interning at Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly this year in the marketing department. Bachert was born in Japan but grew up in Needville and is pursuing a degree in marketing and will graduate...

Supporter Spotlight | Bill and Betty Anne Poe

Bill and Betty Anne Poe have been coming to Mo-Ranch together for 54 years. The couple visited Mo-Ranch for the first time in the summer of 1966 to attend College Conference. They attended that conference with Linda and David Evans and Nona and Paul Debenport, who...

Restoration of the cross at Chapel on the Hill

In late April, a mighty storm hit the Texas Hill Country, sweeping through Mo-Ranch. The strong winds toppled over the iconic cross at Chapel on the Hill. A safe spot for many, the cross stood as a marker of Mo-Ranch for decades. Now, it’s time to rebuild. In...

Join us in congratulating our new program director

Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly has a new programs director. In late July, Breanna Larsen was promoted from her position as marketing and communications manager to director of programs, marketing and communications. “She will continue with all of her current...

Supporter Spotlight | Rev. Judy Skaggs

It’s been over sixty years, but Rev. Judy Skaggs still remembers being in awe of Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly when she first visited as an 11-year-old. “It was beautiful with the river and trees – very different from West Texas,” she said. Originally from Eldorado,...
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