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Old fashioned homecoming at Plum Point, Sept. 11, 2011


By Ludora Perkins
News from Plum Point Baptist Church

Homecoming at Plum Point Baptist Church this Sunday, September 11, 2011.Plum Point Church is located at 6107 Knifley Rd., (Mile Marker 6) Columbia, KY 42728. We'll begin with Sunday School at 9:30amCT, and a short break about 10:20amCT. At 10:30amCT, we'll begin our service with the Green River Grass as special singers today.

We'll have a Plum Point "feast" at lunch time. After lunch, if anyone would like to continue with some music and/or singing, they can just go back into the auditorium and do so. They can stay as long as they desire. Make it an old-fashioned homecoming. We invite everyone to join us for a day of good Christian fellowship. The pastor, Bro. Lewis Haynes, and congregation of Plum Point Baptist Church invite all to attend. -Ludora Perkins

This story was posted on 2011-09-09 07:07:39
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