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Local churches come together for Solemn Assembly

Posted on October 27, 2020

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On Oct. 25, several area churches and pastors came together to hold a Solemn Assembly on the courthouse square in Lawrenceville. Despite the rain and cold weather, over 100 people came out to support the service which began with praise music and prayer.

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