It's almost time my heaty brothers and sisters....

Re: It's almost time my heaty brothers and sisters....

PostBy: g13nw00d-man On: Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:57 am

birman, Where do you live/go to church in pa.
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Re: It's almost time my heaty brothers and sisters....

PostBy: blrman07 On: Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:43 am

Thanks for the inquiry g13nw00d-man.

I am the Pastor at Union Evangelical Free Church at 221 Main Street, Locustdale, Pa. 17935. Locustdale is a small patch town just west of Ashland Pa. which is right next to Centralia Pa.

We have Sunday School for all ages at 10, Morning worship at 11, informal study time at 6 PM on Sundays, Devotional and prayer time on Wednesday nights at 6:30. We tend more toward the Baptist side of the religious spectrum. I am also the facility director for the Crossfire Youth Center in Ashland Pa. at 12th and Market and for the Youth Center in Gordon Pa. The Gordon Youth meet in the basement of the Simpson United Methodist Church. You can check out our website at for more information.

PS We are in the process of setting up my old D&S stoker stove in the church basement to supplement the oil guzzling heating system. I would love to baseline the temperatures using the coal stove and only use the hot air oil furnace to top off the heat before services!!!

Pastor Larry
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