Prospect Church Of God celebrates 40th anniversary

Posted 9/8/17

Prospect Church of God, located on Harrison Pike, will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

The Prospect Church was established in 1977, under the leadership of the Rev. Sammy …

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Prospect Church Of God celebrates 40th anniversary

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Prospect Church of God, located on Harrison Pike, will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

The Prospect Church was established in 1977, under the leadership of the Rev. Sammy Hughes. More than 100 people attended the initial ceremony.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, under the current leadership of Senior Pastor Timothy Gann, the entire church has been renovated, including the walls, carpet, pew chairs, paint, media and new sound system. A new nursery area has been added in the front of the church, and the children and youth departments have also been updated with new media equipment.

Almost all of this has been completed by the dedicated people who attend Prospect COG and others who have donated their time and finances to help accomplish this great endeavor.

Pastor Timothy Gann and his wife, Katherine, invite everyone to attend and be a part of this special service. Guest speaker will be Dr. Gene D. Rice, former secretary general of the Church of God. There will be special singing by the adult choir, youth and children. A meal will be provided following the service.

Coinciding with this memorable event is the recognition of the Ganns’ 10th anniversary at Prospect. Activities will include the congregation expressing their appreciation and honoring them through special presentations.

Pastor Gann says, “Everyone is welcome to join us in this special occasion.”

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