Author Topic: Miamisburg events will have voluntary non-denominational services early Sundays  (Read 878 times)

Offline MeanStreaker

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Similar to Athens and some other locations, someone has graciously agreed to lead a voluntary non-denominational service at Miamisburg events prior to the Sunday morning start for anyone that is interested.
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WONDERFUL!!!   O0  Way to go, Meanstreaker! 

Lookin' forward to seeing you and your wife in a few weeks.

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Sounds Great,
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