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Providence to offer Beth Moore study

Beginning March 24 for 6 weeks, Providence United Methodist Church will present Beth Moore’s “scenic bus tour” of a journey of a lifetime through the study of Deuteronomy, “The Law of Love.”

All ladies are invited to participate starting Sunday, March 24, from 5-7 p.m. in room 107 at Providence UMC. To sign up, email Lynne Scott at ldscott@bellsouth.net. Confirmation will be sent with information about purchasing a listening guide. Class does not meet March 31, Easter Sunday.

For questions and info, contact Leslie Lunsford at llunsford@provumc.com or 770-719-8800. Providence UMC is in southern Fayette County at 592 Bernhard Road between Redwine Road and Ga. Hwy 85. Visit the website at www.provumc.com.

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