GREENSBURG — All for One Ministry, the local not-for-profit organized with the goal of “uniting the body of Christ through worship, service, and giving” (”because we believe that we can do so much more together than we can apart”) will be using their web-space to publicize special events for churches in Decatur County.
Much like the “Events” section of the Daily News, Executive Director for A4One Ministry, Alex Sefton will be posting church submissions on the A41 Ministry webpage as a free resource for local churches to advertise their special events.
“We want to provide an outlet for churches to advertise community events. Whether it be a youth event or a missions’ team dinner, or a church carnival - whatever the case may be - we wanted something that anyone can go to centrally and support other congregations as we continue to break down the walls between churches,” Sefton said.
Sefton continued, “We don’t want to put churches in competition with one another - so we’ll not be accepting ordinary Sunday morning worship services, but we do want it to be a ‘one-stop-shopping’ source for those interested in what’s going on in the religious community.”
To submit an event for inclusion in the A41 Community Calendar, go to www.a41ministry.org/submit-an-event.
A41 Ministry’s theWell will worship at the on January 6 at 7:00 PM New Beginnings Assembly of God, with a message from Jordan Cunnington.
A41 Ministries can be reached by calling 812-614-7690, by visiting www.a41ministry.org, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Bill Rethlake at 812-663-3111, ext. 7011 or email at email@example.com.