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69th Adair Co. Christian Church Convention 4 Oct 2015

Everyone is invited to attend the 69th Adair County Christian Church Convention, Sunday evening, October 4, 2015, 6:30pmCT, at Shiloh Christian Church, just off KY East 80 at 239 Shiloh Cemetery Road, Columbia, KY. The Sunday evening service will be held under "The Big Tent" set up on the church grounds. Special Music will be provided by Sharon Payne and the Second Christian Church Choir. Dr. Joel Patton, Preaching Minister of Campbellsville Christian Church, will be bring the sermon. Services take place in a relaxed atmosphere of singing, fellowship, and worship under the tent. - FRAN NEAT


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