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NOVEMBER
2
Friday
Reformation Meeting
William Farel
Special Meeting
FRI 11/2/12
7pm
November 2012
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You are invited to attend our annual Reformation Meeting commemorating the great work of God in the sixteenth century: The Protestant Reformation. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed a document to the church door of Wittenberg, Germany outlining 95 Theses or topics of discussion in regard to issues in the Roman Catholic Church. The Lord used this means to spark a return to Biblical Christianity in Europe. Believing this movement to be a great work of God on behalf of His Church we seek to remember it by looking into the lives of one or some of the Reformers each year. This year we plan to look at the life and work of William Farel of Switzerland. Please join us if you are able.
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Salem Presbyterian Church
3790 Altamahaw Church St.
Altamahaw, NC 27202
PLEASE NOTE:
When you get directions from Google you will not get the correct spot in Altamahaw - there is some mix up with road names and numbers on their maps.
If you look at the Google map that pops up follow Route 87 to Altamahaw-Union Ridge Road. Notice where Sutton Road splits off of Altamahaw-Union Ridge Road, in that 'Y' is where our church is. At that point Sutton is actually Altamahaw Church St.
Sorry for any confusion. Please feel free to call or email if you are having problems finding us.
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After the meeting there will be refreshments and time to fellowship. Also we will have some books available for purchase on the the history and themes of the Reformation.



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