Hebert’s Church Holds Service

A morning worship will be held at the Sparwood Fellowship Baptist Church." Lord willing, it will be to celebrate Kienan's safe return," says Church Pastor, Ron Rutley. "In the event that the search for Kienan continues tomorrow, we want to make it so people do not need to choose between, "I really would like to be in church tomorrow" and "I really want to help with the search," he says.

A morning worship will be held at the Sparwood Fellowship Baptist Church.” Lord willing, it will be to celebrate Kienan’s safe return,” says Church Pastor, Ron Rutley. “In the event that the search for Kienan continues tomorrow, we want to make it so people do not need to choose between, “I really would like to be in church tomorrow” and “I really want to help with the search,” he says.

The schedule is as follows:

8:00 a.m. – Worship Service through scripture reading, prayer and song

9:00 a.m. – All volunteers can head over to the LDS Church for breakfast

10:00 a.m. – The search will resume

Everyone is welcome to attend.

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