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Holy Grounds Church has new home, 107 N. Reed Street

Our church has been nomadic for the past two years. We’ve met in the Jim Blair Community Center, the Cafe on the Square, the Courthouse Annex basement, the Chamber of Commerce basement, once in the old movie theater, on LWC campus, in other local church buildings and in our homes but now we are so pleased to announce that we have our very own and permanent location on 107 Reed St. Holy Grounds Church, led by Pastor Kellis Booth, holds church gatherings on Sunday mornings at 10amCT. - Kellis Booth

This story was posted on 2014-12-13 13:12:51
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Churches of Adair Co., KY: Holy Grounds Church

2014-12-14 - 107 N Reed Street - Photo by Ed Waggener.
It was over 30 minutes until the 10amCT Sunday Morning Service would start, but Pastor Kellis Booth, left, Elder Eric Peterson, center, and Josiah Peterson were ready for this morning's service.

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