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Music abounds at citywide Worship Night

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From page A9 | October 04, 2013 |

Several Woodland-area churches are combining for a historic Citywide Night of Worship on Sunday, Oct. 13. This night of song and worship will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Pioneer High School Theater, 1400 Pioneer Ave., and will feature 40 worship musicians and praise leaders from 12 area churches.

Oct. 13 is also National Pastors Appreciation Day, and a brief ceremony of recognition will be held in conjunction with the worship service.

Participating churches are Woodland Family Worship Center, Calvary Baptist Church, New Testament Church, Woodland Bible Church, Bayside Church, Calvary Chapel Zamora, Celebration Center Church of the Nazarene, Catedral De Fe Church, New Life Community Church, Life Pointe Church, Church on the Rock and Woodland United Fellowship.

The event is sponsored by Celebrate Recovery of Woodland, and the CR band, Non-Toxic, also will perform.

Admission is free; the event is supported in part by contributions from MusicTown Studio of Woodland.

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-based 12-step recovery group that offers weekly meetings. Thursday gatherings begin at 7 p.m. at the Woodland Family Worship Center, 386 W. Beamer St. For more information, contact Liz at 530-315-9852 or www.woodlandfamilyworship.org/celebrate-recovery.

Friday gatherings begin at 7 p.m. at Celebration Center Church of the Nazarene, 100 Woodland Ave. For more information, contact Pastor Bob at 530-662-7166 or www.ccc-celebraterecovery.com.

Saturday meetings begin at 6 p.m. at New Testament Church, 108 W. Woodland Ave. For more information, call Elaine at 530-867-0468.

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