Friends of Jesus Christ Live Worship

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Friends of Jesus Christ Live Worship

Time: 10th mo. 30, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Farmington Falls ME
Street: 168 Croswell Road
City/Town: Farmington Falls ME 04938
Website or Map: http://www.calledtoholiness.c…
Phone: 207.778.2700
Event Type: live, worship
Organized By: Friends of Jesus Christ
Latest Activity: 10th month 28, 2011

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Event Description

This is to call to your attention the live meetings for worship broadcast on the Internet by the Friends of Jesus Christ, at Farmington Falls ME.  See
http://www.calledtoholiness.com/livemeetings.php
Meetings are held at 10 am and 7 pm on Sundays, and at 7 pm on Wednesdays.

The Friends of Jesus Christ do not claim to be a "Quaker" group, but they find much of their inspiration in the witness of the early Friends.  They have pastors, but their meetings might be described as mostly unprogrammed.  The senior pastor does appear to speak at length at a later point in their meetings.

They are a "plain" fellowship in the traditional Holiness style, and have existed as a group for well over thirty years.

I regard the broadcasting of their meetings as a considerable effort, and the meetings feel like "real" meetings for worship to me.

I hope that you will have a look.

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