Heritage Pointe Baptist Hosts Community Wide Campfire Service And Hot Dog Roast

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Heritage Pointe Baptist will host a Community Wide Campfire Service and Hot Dog Roast, weather permitting, service. The meal will be inside in the event of inclement weather.

The event will be on Sunday, Sept. 29:

5 p.m. - Community Wide Campfire Worship Service

6 p.m. - Community Wide Hot Dog Roast by the fire

Heritage Pointe Baptist Church is at 60 Dyer Bridge Place, Ringgold, Ga. 30736. That is about one mile east of the Fort Oglethorpe Wal-Mart off Battlefield Parkway. 

Contact the church at 706 858-0976 with any questions or specific directions.

Heritage Pointe Baptist Church desires to connect with people from the Catoosa-Walker County
area by offering bold evangelism, celebrative worship, intentional discipleship, and unique community-oriented ministries.

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