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All churches invited to Bainbridge rally

May 2, 2008

Bainbridge-- Churches of all denominations will come together in Bainbridge Saturday for a unique event.   It's called a Ministry Explosion.  

Terri Jackson has worked on it for a year now. She says she wants the event to unite people in Bainbridge of every race and denomination.  "I've invited every church in this community to come. Regardless of denomination. I really truly believe denomination is just another word for segregation. We have so many churches and we really need to see more churches active," said Jackson.

The celebration starts at 11 a.m. Saturday. It will be held in Willis park in downtown Bainbridge with music, food and lots of fun.

 

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