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July 6, 2003

Tifton- Members of Traveler's Rest Missionary Baptist Church held their inaugural service in their new building Sunday.

The pastor says the old church didn't have adequate parking or enough classrooms for Sunday school, but through faith and prayer the new church will serve all their needs.

"I feel great. I feel wonderful to know that my people have what they have asked for. He said ask and you shall be given, seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be open to you, and so that's what we done," says Reverend Charles Snead.

The church held it's first wedding in the new church Saturday. Reverend Snead married his son.

Posted at 6:35 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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