Two-week old-time tent revival set to start

<I>OBSERVER FILE photo</I><BR>Worshipers sing a hymn at last year's event.

OCEAN PARK - "Outreach at the Beach 2006" begins Wednesday, July 12 and runs through Sunday, July 23 at Sheldon Park across from Ocean Park Elementary School. Services begin each night at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.

The speaker for July 12 is Pastor DeWayne from Peninsula Assembly of God. On Thursday, July 13 Pastor David from New Life Assembly of God will be the speaker. On July 14 hear Pastor Weldon from Shiloh Faith Fellowship, and on July 15th Pastor Colin from Pacific Bible Church will be the speaker. On Sunday, July 16 the morning session begins at 11 a.m.; the speakers will be Pastor DeWayne and Pastor David. That evening the Drama Group "In One A'Chord" will be ministering. Then on Monday, July 17 the speaker is Pastor Coty from Shiloh Faith Fellowship; the speaker for Tuesday, July 18 will be announced; Wednesday, July 19 the speaker is Pastor Paul from New Hope Baptist; Thursday, July 20 is a special "Kids Night" with music and ministry geared to kids; Friday, July 21 the youth rock group "Mantle" will perform; and on Saturday, July 22 there will be more music with "Crystal River Band" performing country-western gospel music. On Sunday morning, July 23 at 11 a.m. the speaker is Pastor Bill Bates from Destiny Christian Center in Centralia, and the speaker for the concluding evening session, which again starts at 6:30 p.m. is Pastor Don from Peninsula Church of the Nazarene.

Call 665-6340 for more information.

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