Easter Revival planned
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San Juan Community Church has held an annual Easter Celebration for several years, beginning when Vernon Schafer was pastor. The main focus is to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus with the community.

Over the years, they have enjoyed several speakers from other churches, some with years of ministry experience and others just begining in ministry We have had many talented singers and groups from the community performing gospel music, as well as congregational hymns.

This year, Pastor Dr. Mike Farren will join us April 20, at 7 pm. Pastor Farren is an enthusiastic speaker from the First Baptist Church in Dove Creek, CO, where he has been ministering for the past seven years. The music for Wednesday will be provide by the First Baptist Chior, under the direction of Brett Martin of Dove Creek, CO.

Pastor Mike Wilcox will join us April 21 at 7 pm. Pastor Wilcox is a true country pastor. He has been minister at the First Baptist Church in Blanding since May, 2010. Music will be provided by Tim Krebs, a western gospel singer/song writer who plays the guitar.

For the Good Friday concert, they will be joined by the Mid Valley Quartet from Basalt, CO. They have enjoyed the quartet at San Juan Community Church for several years. This is a dynamic family of gospel singer song writers, with many years of experience performing.

The celebration concludes Sunday at a 7 a.m. sunrise service. Josh Baird will deliver the message.

Josh has been preaching at San Juan Community Church since May, 2010.

Music Director Ruth Stoltzfus will lead worship music.

All of the events are followed with a time of fellowship with refreshments. This is a great time to catch up with old friends or possibly get to know someone better.

Those who have attended the fellowship have enjoyed great visits and great food. They would like to invite everyone to join in.
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