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Fraser installed at Word of God

Pastor John Fraser was installed as the pastor of Word of God Lutheran Church in Peachtree City on Sunday, Jan. 27. Pastors Bill White, Dean, NALC (North American Lutheran Church), and Pastor Rod Stephenson of the LCMC ( Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ), along with service committee president Bill Drury and vice president Tim Ruck participated in the Rite of Installation. Pastor Larry Lystig, pastor emeritus of Word of God, presided at the Holy Communion worship service. Shown above (L-R): Bill White, NALC dean, Lord of Life Lutheran Church, Memphis, Tenn; Pastor Rod Stephenson, Reformation Lutheran Church, LCMC, Cataula; Pastor Larry Lystig, pastor emeritus, Word of God Lutheran Church, Peachtree City; Pastor John Fraser, Word of God Lutheran Church, Peachtree City; Pastor Trinia M. Peterson, A New Thing Lutheran Church, Lithonia; Pastor Justin Kollmeyer, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Fayetteville; Pastor Knox Herndon, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Fayetteville. Photo/Special.

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