Focal Point

After much prayer and planning, we have decided to proceed with plans for this year’s workshop. Focal Point will be May 1-6.

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Join us Sunday when we meet for worship at 10am (with some distancing procedures still in place). There will also be an auditorium Bible class offered at 5pm on Sundays and 7:15pm on Wednesdays.

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