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Living Proof to celebrate 10th anniversary

Members of Living Proof Church, 414 Jenkins Rd., Tyrone, have planned their 10th anniversary celebration for Sunday, May 19, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with the standard Sunday praise and worship services and children and youth programs.

The 10:45 a.m. worship service will include performances by musicians who previously attended Living Proof, speakers who were instrumental in founding and developing the church, a vision for the church’s coming years of praise and service ministry, and a few surprises.

Lunch, games and a time to enjoy friends and family will follow the service.

Church members need photos showing the life of LPC no later than April 21, to make a DVD. They also need desserts for the Sunday lunch, tents, people to help set up lunch and people to clean up.

Members are also requested to invite their friends and family to this special gathering. Hundreds of invitations have been sent to people who have touched the life of the church.

For more information, visit livingproofchurch.org or call  770-969-LOVE.

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