Volume 51, Number 44

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 30, 2014

Alive in the Spirit North to hold first service in new sanctuary

Alive in the Spirit North to hold first service in new sanctuaryOn Easter Sunday, April 24th, at 2 p.m., Alive in the Spirit North will celebrate their first service in their newly renovated Sanctuary. Alive in the Spirit North purchased the building which formerly housed the Twister Nightclub, in September of last year and has been in the remodeling process since that time.
After having served the Jamestown area for 24 years Pastor Dale Cox and his wife Sharon felt led to expand the ministry to include a work in the Byrdstown area. The goal of the church is to reach out to the broken, hurting, lost and dying with the love of Jesus and to encourage the body of Christ to walk in the fullness of what Jesus paid for.
Pastor and Sister Cox and the entire congregation extend and invitation to the community to come celebrate with them this Sunday at 2 p.m. Pastor Cox will be ministering along with the Alive Choir and Servant.
Please call 931-879-4971 for more information. The church is located on Hwy. 127 close to the Kentucky line.

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