Lord’s Day, May 31, 2009

This Sunday, May 31, I’ll be preaching in a couple of places, driving two hours in between two churches.

This is not new to me, since URC congregations have morning and evening services.

If you will be near these two places on Sunday, you’re invited to come and worship with us.

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