White Plains to host Ala. pastor

From Staff Reports
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White Plains United Methodist Church at St. Marks will hold its annual Family and Friends Day on Dec. 2.
“I am excited to have the pastor of my former home church to come and share with us,” said Yolanda Jones-Colton, the church’s pastor.
Christopher Todd, pastor of New Home Missionary Baptist Church in Hissop Ala., will be bringing the message.
“I promise that at the close of this worship experience you will be full spiritually, physically and emotionally,” Jones-Colton said.
The service will start at 2:30 p.m.

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