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CHURCH:     Lawrenceburg                                                               

Located at:    228 South Military Rd., PO BOX 162, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464 , 931-762-4343, FAX 931-762-9981,

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MINISTER:  Rev. Dwight Liles,  8467 Joy Road, Mt. Pleasant, TN 38474,


TREASURER: Faye Green, 931-762-5853

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    Sunday School:    10:00 AM

    Worship Service:   11:00 AM

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Special Amenities: (Childcare, Handicapped Accessible, etc.)


Message from the Pastor:

First, on Saturday, November 5th at 6:00 p.m. we will host a contemporary praise and worship service titled "A Heart for Jesus".  Zecachriah Richardson will be singing, along with another band.  Zechariah is a local musician who writes and sings praise and worship music.  He sings at Lawrenceburg every Sunday and helps lead our music program.  I will be delivering a brief message and invitation.  All churches are invited to this opportunity to worship God.  We will have refreshments following the service.  Any of you that are able, I encourage to bring your youth and any others in your church.  Please pray for this service.
Second, on December 10th and 11th, we will be hosting an 1860s style worship service That is a Saturday and Sunday and we will begin each night at 6:00 p.m.  Our sanctuary dates to 1851 and the CP congregation was established there in 1861.  It is the oldest sanctuary in Lawrence county.  We will be dressed in period clothing, singing period songs, and offering light period refreshments following the service.  I'm working on a sermon typical of the 1860s.  We invite everyone to this service, whether you dress for the time period or not.  It is an opprtunity to reach out to the community in an interactive way and celebrate the heritage God has blessed us with.  Please pray for this service.
Thank you for allowing me to mention these special services.  I look forward to seeing you there


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