Middle Valley Church Of God Celebrates Freedom This Sunday

Friday, June 28, 2013

Middle Valley Church of God, located at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, will have a "Celebration of Our Freedoms" this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.  This Celebration will include special patriotic music, the honoring of military veterans, testimonies from veterans, and a special message by Pastor Mitch McClure. A highlight of the Celebration will be a video presentation of the Tennessee State Senate honoring a WW II veteran.

 

Pastor McClure stated, "As one who is the son of a Korean Veteran, the grandson of WW II veterans, the brother of a Vietnam veteran, and the father of an Afghanistan veteran, I am thrilled to honor our veterans.  God has allowed each of us the opportunity to live in the greatest free nation ever and we should take time to thank Him.  Our purpose on Sunday will be to honor our veterans and to thank God for HIs freedom.  We invite all veterans and others from the community to join us on Sunday."  

A meal will be served in the church Family Life Center at the conclusion of the Celebration. Please contact Pastor Mitch McClure at 843-1539 for additional information.


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