Milton Hardin, former chaplain of the Washington Redskins, will be the lead pastor during a week-long ministry event that is scheduled to begin Sunday.
Good News Gloucester, a movement born out of a group of men from all denominations and races, is scheduled to be held Sunday through next Friday, Oct. 4 at the former Page Middle School site on Route 17. The event, which will be held under a 6,000 square-foot tent, is meant to bring all of the churches together in the community as the Body of Christ, organizers said.
Gates will open each evening at 5:30 and services will begin at 7 and conclude around 8:30, according to Tim Byrd, spokesperson for the event. Evenings will include praise and worship, testimonials and presentation of the gospel.
There will also be different theme nights, where various groups will be honored. Groups will include pastors and church families; an athlete night where athletes can come wearing their jerseys and be recognized; a night to honor first responders...
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