I was just wondering if the name Gage Hall on the front doors are covered for any reason or is it just temporary? Your answer will surely be appreciated. Thank you. I remain Shane Gage.
Good Bible based teaching church, not so big that we had to take a golf cart from the back of a parking lot a mile away.
Come this Sunday night, MARCH 27, 2011 at 6:30 pm for:
Worship, Dance, Teaching and Personal Direct Prophecy
An experience you will not forget (receiving a personal word from God).
Prophet Samuel Rivers is clear and accurate. No generalizations that sound like a horoscope reads. A word directly for you.
Hear what the voice of the Lord would say to you.
I am a member of this church for 8 years, assuring you that this man of God is full of integrity, is accurate and reveals the heart and mind of God to individuals and groups. He is so right on, you will be amazed. Seriously.
Peace + + +
This is a GREAT place to listen to local Acoustic music! No bar noise, holds about 90 people. Sit at small tables that seat 4 people. Good refreshments. Very close to the performer -- superb interaction with the audience -- and ONLY $10!!!
I attended your Easter Drama and I was thrilled with the production. Your singers and musicians were just phenomenal. The song "Here I Am" had me sobbing all long. The Spirit of God was in the place. email@example.com
The Central Mosque of Charleston is the largest
Muslim Mosque in the tri-county area. It has
it's own web site www.charlestonmuslims.com
and its members come from virtually all over the
Imam Mohammed Melhem often lectures to Muslims
as well as non-Muslims and the members of the
Mosque are very proactive. If non-Muslims want
to learn more about Islam and not feel
intimidated in any way...they need to visit
the Central Mosque of Charleston.
The President of the Mosque is an African
American and invites all to visit the Mosque.
The Mosque has lectures, pot luck dinners,
five daily prayers, and a Sunday School.
The people who attend the Mosque are
friendly and enjoy the Friday Prayers,
which takes place on Fridays between
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