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Redemption Fellowship hires new youth and young adult director

Pastor Stephan Cobbert, senior pastor at Redemption Fellowship, has announced that Raymonde Neely has been hired as the new youth and young adult director.

“Raymonde has already proven himself to be an excellent youth and young adult director,” Cobbert said. “He understands the pressures our youth face today and is able to relate to the youth and young adults on their level. We at Redemption Fellowship are very pleased to have him on our staff.”

He went on to say, “Raymonde will have oversight of the children’s ministry, and will be in charge of all activities for the youth and young adults.”

Raymonde, his wife Leslie, and their daughter, Kennedy, live in Fayetteville. Their son, Antuan, is a junior at MIT.

Redemption Fellowship is at 418 Ga. Hwy. 279, Fayetteville. For more information about programs, call 770-460-1220 or visit the website, www.redemptionfellowship.org.

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