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Spurlington Methodist hosting revival Oct. 23-25

From Gerard Flanagan, Pastor

Spurlington Methodist Church will be hosting revival Monday Oct. 23 through Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 7pmET/6pmCT each night at the church, located at 899 Spurlington Road in Campbellsville. The theme for this year's revival is, "Lord, Renew Our Hearts." Speakers for each night are as follows: Monday - Bro. Mark Price, pastor of Early's Chapel Church; Tuesday - Bro. Troy Elmore, pastor of Lebanon Methodist Church; and Wednesday - Bro. Gerard Flanagan, pastor of Spurlington Methodist Church. You are encouraged to bring a friend each night.

The Noblemen, a southern Gospel music group, will also perform at Spurlington Methodist Church at 6pmET/5pmCT Sunday, Oct. 22. A fellowship meal prior to the performance will begin at 5pmET/4pmCT.




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