Don Boger — In Memoriam

It is with great sadnesss that Surf City Church announces the passing of its Music Director, Don Boger. The Lord called Don home early Wednesday morning. As many know, Don loved music, the choir in particular, and the Lord. Don provided significant spiritual guidance for the church over the last two decades, and his absence will be deeply felt.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at Surf City Church.


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    Jane A. Cunningham says

    My Pastor, teacher, brother and friend Pastor Don Boger represented our Jesus like no other. He taught me so much about a Love relationship with my Lord and Savior. And that God really Loves us so much! He loves us more exceedingly, abundantly, above all of what we could ever ask, or think. Pastor Don knew the Heart of God.
    He loved ministering to the youth and he loved ministering to the “victories about to happen”.
    Pastor Don, I love you and I Thank God for you for everything that you have done for me and for so many. You will be missed! But I do know one thing for sure, that you are with Mother Velma, my Mother and my very special Brother Manny up in Heaven dancing with all the deer.
    Sister Jane A. Cunningham

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    jerry warren says

    Minister Don Boger was my friend, I first met him in 1982 in Columbus, Ohio and he showed and taught me that as a musician & minister of music just how important it is to be humble, friendly and always down to earth, because we are to serve people through song & assist The Pastor in ministry. Don, was so giving and loved to laugh! What a great talent, leader & skilled administrator. My prayers go out to his wonderful blood family and to his church family related through The Blood of Christ. Until that day when Christ appears….”be still my soul”

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    Brenda Branch says

    My FRIEND. I thank God today for leading us into each other’s path. The music, the passion for Christ, the teachings, intro -ductions, etc. I am richer today for this.
    ” to whom much us given, much is required ”

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