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To God Be the Glory

A dedication ceremony was held last Sunday morning for the Church of the Holy Spirit’s new 1,000-seat sanctuary. Rt. Rev. Terrell Glenn, Missionary Bishop of AMiA  and the rector of All Saints Church, Pawleys Island, South Carolina (center), was on hand to dedicate the new sanctuary to the glory of God. Senior pastor Quigg Lawrence (right) says he hopes the extra space will encourage new worshippers to take a seat in the congregation. “When I came to Roanoke, there was a seat for me and my family. We wanted to do that for people that are not yet churched or don’t know the Lord,” said Lawrence. In addition to the new facility, the Church of the Holy Spirit has church plants in Botetourt, Blacksburg and Lynchburg, as well as ministries in China, Cuba, and Rwanda. Also pictured above are Building Committee Chairman Doug Wright (far left), the Rev. Keith Allen, Associate Pastor of CHS, (holding plaque) and Barbara Murray, Minister of Pastoral Care. For more information, visit www.coths.org.


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