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Richard Mourdock to speak at Sugar Grove Church

Patriots,
Richard Mourdock, Indiana State Treasurer and former candidate for Indiana Senate, will be speaking at Sugar Grove Church of God this Sunday morning, November 10th, for both services, 8:15 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.

Sunday School classes which normally meet at 9:30 have been cancelled for this week to give a greet and meet time with a continental breakfast. You would have the opportunity to speak with Richard if you so choose.

Mr. Mourdock will be speaking on THE FAITH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN.  Sugar Grove chose the month of November to invite Richard to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.  Those of you who have ever heard Mr. Mourdock speak, knows he speaks from the heart and is an awesome speaker.  Mr. Mourdock is a history buff, reading history nearly every day and he is an expert on Abraham Lincoln.

All are invited to hear Mr. Mourdock speak this Sunday.

Sugar Grove Church of God is located at 5019 E. 500 S., Churubusco, IN 46723. (Note: Sometimes GPS has a difficult time locating the church which is actually barely across the county line so is in Noble County.

These are the driving directions from Churubusco:

  • The intersection of 33 & 205 has a fifth street: Line Street.
  • Turn onto Line Street and continue until you have to turn at the T.
  • Turn LEFT at this T and at the very next road, turn RIGHT. (That road actually is a T road and you can only turn RIGHT!).
  • The church will be found at the 1st intersection.

For questions, contact Linda Zimmerman at 260-691-3963.

Church Nursery and Children’s Church (for those who want to take advantage) will be staffed during both services. Children are always welcome in the Sanctuary.

 


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