Metro Tab Church Offers 2 Services On Sunday

Friday, February 22, 2019

Metro Tab Church will offer two services this Sunday.

The 10:30 A.M. will be lead by Dr. Steve Ball, founder/senior pastor as he will be discussing PRO-VISION.  The evening service at 6 p.m. will be "Sunday Night Fire" is going to have Jeff Taylor as the special guest. 

Pastor Adam Aziz and Metro Praise will lead a powerful worship at both services. There will be child care at both services as our Children's Pastor Olivia Aziz and the Metro Kidz Staff would love to host kids as well in the Metro Kidz Church. The Middle/High School Ministry Merge Student Ministries is led by Youth Pastors Michael and Ashley Polkand they meet on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.  

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


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