"Who Would Have Ever Believed?" Is Topic Sunday At Middle Valley COG

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Middle Valley Church of God, 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will lead a celebration of the "Victory in Jesus Christ" this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.  The celebration will include a message, "Who Would Have Ever Believed?" by Pastor Mitch McClure.  

"This celebration is a result of the victory brought to all believers through the life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ," officials said. All are encouraged to attend this celebration." 

Pastor Mitch McClure will lead the congregation in a time of prayer at 6:30 p.m.
on Sunday.

Pastor Mitch McClure is leading an interactive Bible Study based partially on the book "Erasing America" by James S. Robbins each Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Administrative Building.  

"Middle Valley Church of God has been involved in community from the same location since 1946 and continues to partner with many local organizations.  The church also is involved in multiple ministries in Cusuna, Honduras with orphans and widows," officials said. 

All services are open to the public and everyone is welcome to participate.

If you would like additional information, contact Pastor Mitch McClure at the church office, 423-843-1539.

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