Letter to the editor: monthly community worship services a special experience
To the editor:
I am writing to let your readers know about one of the best things going on in our town.
This is one of the things that people in other towns tell us is remarkable about Williams, Arizona. This letter is being written on Thanksgiving morning, having participated in the Community Worship last night. Those who attended were blessed by the time spent together praising and thanking Jesus.
We have something very special here in Williams because Christians of several denominations set aside their differences to sing, pray, fellowship and share the word of God together. The host has the honor of providing great food for all to enjoy after the service. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to “try going to church again”, you might consider attending the monthly Community Worship service.
You will find that you will be welcomed at any one of these gatherings, you will be richly blessed and you will meet the friendliest people in town! Besides that, what a better way to honor Jesus’ prayer for us as written in John 17:20 23. Put a reminder on your calendar right now, locations for each of these churches can be found in the Church Directory in the newspaper.
One last thing, I don’t know everyone who attends these Community Worship services, but I do know that they love Jesus and that they love our community here in Williams, Arizona.
Steve Andros, Williams resident
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