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Lutheran church executive council to meet

The Executive Council of the North American Lutheran Church will meet with the Steering Committee of Lutheran Coalition for Renewal (Lutheran CORE) today through Friday at Christiana Lutheran Church in Salisbury.
The North American Lutheran Church was formed in August by former members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in response to what many interpret as the ELCAís departure from Scriptural Authority. The NALCís membership already numbers 167 congregations across the United States and Canada, including 16 in North Carolina.
At 7 tonight, the NALC Executive Council will hold an open forum in the Sanctuary of Christiana Lutheran Church – Salisbury.
The forum is open to the public.
NALC Bishop Paull Spring and Pr. John Bradosky, General Secretary, will lead the forum, presenting information to those interested in learning more about the North American Lutheran Church.
Christiana Lutheran Church is located east of Salisbury at 6190 U.S. 52. For more information, contact Pastor Carl Haynes at 704-279-4655.
More information about the North American Lutheran Church can be found at: www.thenalc.org or about Lutheran CORE (Coalition for Renewal) at www.lutherancore.org

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