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Community Church Service final event Downtown Days 2009

Sharon Payne, New Life for the Nations, and others will provide music. Event's aim is to foster Christian unity.

This evening, Sunday, October 11, at 6:00pmCT there will be a Community Church service at the Columbia Baptist Church as part of Downtown Days/Old West Festival Celebration. All area churches are invited to attend. New Life for the Nations will be doing the music and Rev. Scott Ezelle, Columbia Church of the Nazerene, will be preaching. There will be special music by Sharon Payne and others. This is the fall meeting sponsored by the Adair County Ministerial Association to foster unity and support from local churches. For information call (270) 384-5306.-Gerald Reliford.



This story was posted on 2009-10-11 06:57:47
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