Court House Nazarene to hold African worship service

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Court House Nazarene church will hold an African worship service this Sunday, Feb. 10 at 10:30 a.m.

A worship team, consisting of 45 to 50 people from the Penuel Church of the Nazarene in Huber Heights, will provide a very, very energetic worship experience. This church was started in 2012 with a few refugees from the civil war in the Congo. It has attracted many more of the Congolese refugees and they have made it their home. The church is now running about 190 people with the large majority under 30-years-old. They now have people from Rawanda, Kenya and Burundi.

Pastor Desire Ntwayingabo will bring the message. In addition, there will be testimony of how the Lord has worked in their lives and church. A meal will be held for all participants immediately following the service in the fellowship hall. There will be a time of additional testimonies, questions and answers after dinner. All are welcome.

The address of the church is 990 State Route 41 SW (990 Highland Ave.), Washington Court House. Questions may be directed to or 740-335-2641.

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