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Gospel of John study starts at Christ the King in Sharpsburg

A Bible study exploring the Gospel of John will begin Wednesday, Nov. 9 at Christ the King Charismatic Episcopal Church in Sharpsburg.

The study will involve a chapter-by-chapter (and sometimes a verse-by-verse) approach to the book. The study will be held in the fellowship hall and begins at 7:30 p.m. each week.

The teacher for the course will be Father James Taylor, a Hogansville native and current resident of Peachtree City. Taylor has served in a number of capacities at the Cathedral of Christ the King, including licensed liturgical minister, lector, prayer minister, and teacher. He is involved in the International Order of St. Luke the Physician and assisted in helping to form a local chapter which is based at Christ the King. He frequently teaches in that program.

The study is open to the public and there is no charge. Christ the King is on Ga. Highway 34 just west of Peachtree City.

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