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Come join us as we caravan down to see the first place Atlanta Braves take on the Miami Marlins. The cost is $20 per person (drops to $15 per person if we have 20 or more) and you get a postgame fireworks show to follow, celebrating Independence Day a day early!
Pack a small cooler for food and drinks, or pick up dinner inside the stadium! See Tony for more information!
Join us for a wonderful Wednesday, beginning at 5:30 with supper: Chicken Casserole, green beans, fruit, dessert!
Our regular schedule continues this week:
6:00-7:15pm Children’s Music and Missions, Youth Activities
6:30-7:15pm Adult Prayer time and study (information below)
7:15pm Adult Choir Rehearsal
Beginning this Wednesday night, a 3 week study led by Tony Vincent called “Gospel Without Borders,” which looks at the faith-based conversation around immigration reform in the United States. With Congress taking up legislation regarding immigration, this discussion will be timely and practical.
Join us for the next three weeks as we discuss this important topic! Click below for a preview of the material.
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Since January, our children ages 1st-5th grades have been working hard on the musical, “Holy Moses.” You will have two opportunities this weekend to come out and support them as they tell the story of Moses’ life:
Saturday at 7:00pm
Sunday at 10:30am