"Think Like A Warrior" Series Continues Sunday At Metro Tab Church

Friday, September 25, 2020
Metropolitan Tabernacle Church, 2101 West Shepherd in Chattanooga, invites all those in the Chattanooga and tri-state area to come and worship with them in the MTC Sanctuary this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. 

Senior Pastor Dr. Steve Ball will continue with the subject, "Think Like a Warrior." 

The Praise and Worship will be led by Worship Pastor's Adam and Olivia Aziz and Metro Praise and Band.  The Students and Young Adults Ministry Pastor Asher Greiner and staff have a "powerful summer" in store for the youth. 

Officials said, "We will have intense cleaning of high touch point areas, hand sanitizer stations.
The Coffee & Conversation area is closed. Bridge Builders will greet with smiles and air high fives. Kidz World is back open and Children's Pastor's Brian and Brittni have a great experience in store for them. The Nursery will be open. Spaced sanctuary seating will be provided, with no family fellowship moments.  Online Giving is available as well as offering boxes on the back sanctuary wall. 

"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. We will have a meet and greet after service under the big tent, with the senior pastors and the pastoral staff. You can also view us live on Facebook or at www.metrotab.net."

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