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Renfroe to appear at St. John’s Oct. 1

Christian comedian Anita Renfroe will bring her “high-octane, estrogen-flavored” humor to the Faith Center of St. John’s Lutheran Church next Sunday, Oct. 1, at 4 p.m.

The event is free and all women of the community are invited. The Faith Center entrance is located on Jackson Street across from the St. John’s Child Development Center.

Renfroe’s appearance is sponsored by GIFT, the church’s newly formed women’s ministry group. GIFT events are open to all local women, ages high school and up. The last GIFT gathering was an evening social Aug. 30 at Cauble Creek Vineyard with “special guest” Katie Luther.

“Anita has appeared at women’s retreat and conferences, as well as on morning television shows,” says Lauren Stephenson, GIFT ministry coordinator. “This event is for the entire community. We’d love to have women from all over Salisbury to join us. This is your invitation.”

At the event, Stephenson will talk about upcoming GIFT events, and a love offering will be taken to support this ministry.

Renfroe gained attention with some “mom-isms” set to the William Tell Overture. She later released “Dadsense” — basically “ask your mom.” In her concerts, she also discusses fat pants, grocery store confusion, and all the funny stuff in the Bible. You can learn more about her at anitarefroe.com.

To attend this event, please RSVP by emailing GIFT@stjohns-salisbury.org.

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