The Many Faces Of Motherhood Is Topic At Metro Tab Church

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Metropolitan Tabernacle Church invites all to this Sunday's worship service at 10:30 a.m. Senior Pastor Dr. Steve Ball will preach on "The Many Faces of Motherhood." Muffins with Mom starts at 10 a.m. 

The worship will be led by Pastor Reita Ball and Metro Praise and Band. Children's Pastor's Brian and Brittni Raff have a great experience in store for Metro Kidz Church. The nursery will be open. 

The church has cleaning of high touch point areas, hand sanitizer stations and the coffee and conversation area is closed.
There will be spaced sanctuary seating.

There is online giving, as well as offering boxes on the back sanctuary wall. 

There will be a meet and greet after the service under the big tent with the senior pastors and the pastoral staff.

The service may be viewed live on Facebook or at www.metrotab.net

The Metro Students Ministers meet every Wednesday at 7 p.m. with Pastors Larry and Chanel Montgomery leading the way.

"We are stepping into a new chapter," officials said. "We are declaring your life is filled with His strength and purpose. Don't miss your moment. We are a dynamic, multicultural, non-denominational church."

For more information call 894-3377.

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