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Paul Baskin headlines services at The Center, New Gate Aug. 27, 28

On Aug. 27 and 28, New Gate Church will host Paul Baskin for worship and prophetic ministry.

“Paul has been a channel for the music of the Spirit for many years, including several years as the worship leader at IHOP in Kansas City,” a spokesperson said.

Baskin will lead in worship and will also minister to individuals prophetically — and often that comes out as a song for or over that person.

New Gate Church, has partnered with Get Real Ministries for two venues for Baskin, which will allow for more people to benefit from his ministry.

On Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. Baskin and his wife Debby will be at The Center (previously Peachtree Christian Fellowship), 640 Ebenezer Church Road, Fayetteville.

Then on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. the Baskins will be at New Gate Church, 142 Cannon Road, Sharpsburg. An offering will be received at both events.

Registration is requested (no charge) at the New Gate Church web site for either or both venues, www.newgatega.org

Child care is not available, but rooms for individuals to care for an infant or toddler will be open for use.

For information, call Don Stockbridge, 678-525-2937 and visit www.paulbaskin.com.

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