Think Facebook is exciting? You should try Facebook-style church!
You’re not on Facebook so you can hear from only one person . . .
You’re on Facebook so you can connect with and hear from many different people. You’re on Facebook so that you can freely share what’s on your heart.
So why should church be any different?
At The Salvation Army Berry Street . . . 1) you can hear from many different people (not just one) and 2) you can share what’s on your heart. Sun. 10:45 am. 225 Berry St., Nashville, 37207.
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