Solomons United Methodist Christian Service Scholarship

Each year, Solomons United Methodist Church (SUMC) offers a $500 Phil and Kendra Logan Christian Service Scholarship.  This scholarship was created by the congregation to honor Pastor Phil Logan, a former pastor of SUMC, and his wife Kendra for their selfless dedication to Christian service through their ministries of teaching and nursing.
In order to be considered for the scholarship, students must be in good academic standing, have applied and been accepted into a post-secondary institution, completed and submitted all components of the application by the application deadline, and be willing to be introduced and recognized during a Sunday worship services at Solomons United Methodist Church.

 2019 Scholarship Brunch

You can support this cause by joining us for brunch this Sunday, April 7th.  Brunch includes eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, baked goods and pancakes.  Also, Pastor Phil will be preaching this Sunday at 10:00 a.m. We hope that you will join us if you can.
Otherwise, feel free to mail your tax-deductible contribution to:
Solomons United Methodist Church
Post Office Box 403
14454 Solomons Island Road, South
Solomons, MD. 20688
Or, contact our church office directly for additional information:

2018 Scholarship Recipients

There were two recipients of the Fourth Annual Phil and Kendra Logan Christian Service Scholarship:  Alex Sheranko and Allison Mills. Alex received his award of $500 on Sunday, August 26th during our worship service.  As Allison had already departed for college, she has received her $500 award by mail and will be recognized during worship at a future date.
Alex will be attending University of Maryland Baltimore Campus this fall as Physics and Computer Engineering double major. His ultimate academic goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in  particle physics. He has won numerous 
academic awards and honors while volunteering in his church as a student leader in the AWANA children’s ministry and Audio Visual technician in his church’s music ministry.
Allison currently attends Wesley College in Dover, Delaware studying environmental policy with a minor in informatics. She is an All-American student athlete, honor roll student, and volunteers many hours at her local library and education camps in an attempt to “brighten her community” and “make a positive impact on people”.