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Worship on the Square



Four thousand people, according to volunteer Andi Hammill, were expected on the square on the second Friday night of June for the Experience Worship Night. The theme was, “So Will I”, as displayed in a sea of T-shirts around the square. There were baptisms and communion, as well as musicians leading praise who rotated throughout the evening.

Families, teenagers and friends of all ages attended this event. Mayor Shane MacFarland went on-stage for an opening prayer.

For more information on the Experience Community Church, led by Pastor Corey Trimble, visit www.experiencecc.com.

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