Before I Die Wall Installation Scheduled For Sunday

Thursday, August 21, 2014

This Sunday, St. Marks Church - Northshore is joining the world wide movement, Before I Die.

The wall installation will be preceded by a service of sacred and secular music highlighting this theme. Following the service, the community wall is unveiled. The wall will be on site at the corner of Mississippi Avenue and Liberty until winter for the neighborhood and community to document their wishes and dreams.

For information about the service, contact minister Carl Greene at 423-280-2338.

  For information on the Before I Die movement, see www.beforeidie.cc.



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