WEST CHESTER (April 13) – The Rev. Randall Harris, Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Coatesville, recently served as Pennsylvania Senate Chaplin for the day at the invitation of state Senator Andy Dinniman.

Pictured (from left to right): The Rev. Randall Harris, Senator Dinniman, and Jeanluc Twyman, a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Coatesville.

Pictured (from left to right): The Rev. Randall Harris, Senator Dinniman, and Jeanluc Twyman, a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Coatesville.

Dinniman invited the Rev. Harris to visit the state Capitol in Harrisburg and lead the Senate invocation as a representative of the City of Coatesville and Tabernacle Baptist Church.

“I want to thank the Rev. Harris for joining me on the Senate floor and offering an inspirational prayer and a positive message to the legislature,” Dinniman said.

A Coatesville native, Harris became Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church in July 2008 and remains deeply involved in both the parish and the greater Coatesville community. Harris also serves as president of the Minister’s Alliance of Coatesville and Vicinity; Second Vice President of the Delaware, Chester and Adjoining Counties Baptist Sunday School Union; and Chaplain of the Coatesville Police Department. A Professor of the Eagle Eye Bible Ministry Institute, Harris also lectures, ministers and teaches at various conferences throughout the United States and Europe.