"The Gift Of The Ordinary" Is Sermon Topic At Metropolitan Tabernacle Church On Sunday

Thursday, December 5, 2019

This Sunday Pastor Reita Ball will preach "The Gift of the Ordinary" at Metropolitan Tabernacle Church.

The public is invited to come and enjoy a cup coffee with the pastoral staff before the service starts at 10:30 a.m. The Praise and Worship will be led by Worship Pastors Adam and Olivia Aziz along with Metro Praise Band and Choir. The Children's Pastors Brian and Britti Raff and the Metro Kidz Staff are excited to host your kid's in Metro Kidz Church as they will have a exciting day planned for the kids. The Middle/High School Ministry Merge Student Ministries is lead by Youth Pastors Michael and Ashley Polk and they meet on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Officials said, "Come join one of Chattanooga's most exciting churches. We are a dynamic multicultural non-denominational church. We have a seat saved just for you this Sunday. We also have a meet and great after each service with the senior pastor and the pastoral staff."

You can also view us live on Facebook or at www.metrotab.net.


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