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Resurrection Sunday (Easter) at Abundant Life Community Church

Next Week
Resurrection Sunday (Easter)
Abundant Life Community Church
at 524 n. Crockett St., just off the Granbury Town Square, right next to
 the US Post Office 682-498-3031
  3-27-16 Sunday 11:00 AM

The Day Christians celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus.
He is risen, He is risen indeed!

Grand Opening First Anniversary
4-3-15 Sunday 11:00 AM

The day of ALCC’s official birth—Our Grand Opening was a year ago! Pray, believe, and invite your friends, family, and loved-ones as Abundant Life Community Church officially celebrates its First Anniversary of its Grand Opening. Food, Games, Fun, and a great time of Worship! Invite those who haven’t attended recently—those who helped us get going!
524 n. Crockett St., just off the Granbury Town Square, right next to the US Post Office 682-498-3031


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